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Service 11:00 AM

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Facing the Fear

Sunday, September 6th 

Joe Kovach RScP

"A Question of Faith"

Facebook Live

Sunday, September 13th

Elisha Christopher RScP

"Skepticism, Doubt and Faith, Oh Wow!"

Facebook Live

Sunday, September 20th

Rev. Kathleen Sibley

"Do You Have Faith or Are You Had By Faith?"

Facebook Live

Sunday, September 27th

Rev. Kathleen Sibley

"Just Do It"

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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.

COVID-19 Pandemic Response - In Person Services Cancelled

Click here to read the full letter from Rev. Laura and the Core Council

September Newsletter

“I live in the faith that there is a Presence and Power 

greater than I am that nurtures and supports me 

in ways I could 

not even imagine.”

- Ernest Holmes​


Facing the Fear

The topic for all Centers for Spiritual Living in September is “Facing the Fear.” On the four consecutive Sundays we will be discussing: “A Question of Faith”, “Skepticism, Doubt and Faith, Oh Wow”, “Do You Have Faith or Are You Had By Faith?”, and “Just Do It.”

In these perilous times of uncertainty and fear, many of us struggle, feeling isolated and alone. The question of faith is even more difficult to grasp when we have been sheltering in place for so long. We haven't been able to see our friends and family for several weeks, or even months, and our spiritual home/refuge has been closed. This may be the most difficult and challenging period of time we've ever experienced. Yet, at the same time, some of us have used this quiet time for reflection and introspection. People I have spoken with have been meditating more and catching up on the reading they've wanted to do for years. As for myself, I'm somewhere in-between. Like many of you, I have some medical issues that are worrisome and the fear I feel for loved ones being exposed is troubling. Sadly, I have been more affixed to television news than catching up with my reading, and my meditation practice has suffered. On a positive note though, I have also taken more time to just breath, sleep in and try to take better care of myself. I’m also extremely grateful for having a partner for over 48 years that loves and supports me and all my quirkiness and "bad" behavior.

What gives me faith and solace, however, are the teachings of Science of Mind; knowing that the Divine Source lives in us and through us and that we are never alone. The one constant in our lives is that One, and we are co-creators with That-Which-Is. Everyday gives us an opportunity to start afresh with intention and integrity to say “what is mine to do.” We have the freedom to discover our purpose and listen to the Voice that excites us and gives us joy to be the hands and heart of that Voice.

I know that there is only Love and that Love fills me with faith; faith in the Divine and in all of humankind, for we are all of the same Mind. Ernest Holmes said, “If you are filled with faith, refill yourself with faith, for faith always overcomes fear.” Buddha said, “Love is what we are all born with, fear is what we learn.”

So I know that there is only the One Power, one mighty presence that creates all, and that I am one with this Power of Love and Light expressing the highest good for myself and the world.

I am willing to accept the responsibility of making loving choices in my life. I know that my actions, thoughts and feelings are guided by the One. I know that this power is in each sentient being. I have the faith and knowing that only good and blessings will come out of these strange and difficult times. I let go of my fear and uncertainty; I let go and I let God. With great gratitude I release this, I let it be, and so it is...

Gwen Hadley

CSLSG Core Council Treasurer

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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