908 North 1400 West
St. George, UT 84770
Sunday Meditation  10:30 AM
Sunday Service 11:00 AM

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Meditation 10:30 AM

Service 11:00 AM

 July Theme: 

Advocate for Freedom of Thought

Sunday, July 7th
Rev. Laura Hallett

Sunday, July 14th
Kelly Kapsar, RScP
"Moving Beyond Our Story"

Sunday, July 21st
Rev. Laura Hallett
"Living in Choice"

Sunday, July 28th
Rev. Laura Hallett
"Living an Empowered Life" 


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The vitality of Spirit is Self-existent, Self-Propelling. As I become conscious of my Oneness with Good, I am filled with enthusiasm and a sense of energy and vitality.
~ Ernest Holmes ~

Ernest Shurtleff Holmes was an American New Thought writer, teacher, and leader.  He was the author of The Science of Mind and numerous other metaphysical books.  The principles he taught as "Science of Mind" have inspired and influenced many generations of metaphysical students and teachers.

July 2019 Newsletter

"O Spirit of Life, control my every action and thought.
Compel me to follow Thy Light that
I too may be free and complete"

- Science of Mind, Meditations: page 678

Greetings, Beloveds!

Summertime is in full swing in Southern Utah and here at Centers for Spiritual Living we are halfway through our year-long exploration of the 2019 CSL theme of “Spirituality in Action.” Our theme for July is Advocate for Freedom of Thought – Creativity.

The Dalai Lama wrote, “In order to exercise creativity, freedom of thought is essential.” One of our most fundamental human rights is freedom of thought. Freedom of thought leads to freedom of expression, the freedom to have certain beliefs, and the freedom to express those beliefs in the way that you choose. These are basic rights that many countries were founded upon and the rights that many people are still struggling to have. Creativity is but one way we express these thoughts, ideas, and beliefs.

Creativity has been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember. I am constantly dabbling in one form of creative expression or another. I write and draw on a daily basis as part of my spiritual practice. Recently, I’ve begun to explore photography and pottery as well. Creativity allows me to see and think about things in a new way. And creativity lets me feel connected to Spirit in the most amazing ways.

Everyone is creative in some way or form. Creativity is not just about art. Creativity is evident in the ways people manage their businesses and households. Creativity is necessary to raise children and to nurture loved ones.

We’re bursting forth in lots of creative ways here at CSL St. George, starting with our beautiful facility. Thanks to Calista Ames, Gwen Hadley, and Marina Anderson for the newly painted walls and columns that really make our space pop. And special thanks for everyone who sponsored chairs for the sanctuary. It looks and feels so peaceful and welcoming…a true sanctuary.

Be sure to include CSLSG in your weekly plans, whether by attending in person, or virtually on our YouTube channel or Facebook Live video streams. There's so much good going on you don't want to miss a second of it! See you at the Center.

Peace and Richest Blessings,
Rev. Laura

Center for Spiritual Living St. George (CSLSG) is an open, loving and inclusive community that supports thinking creatively and living a deeply spiritual life. We are an official chapter of Centers for Spiritual Living. Located among the beautiful red rocks, warm sunshine and blue skies of southern Utah, we welcome all paths to spirituality. Come celebrate life with us!

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