March 8, 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the creation of the Salt Lake Center for Spiritual Living, known then as the First Church of Religious Science.
We would love to honor the anniversary with a big party like we did for our 40thanniversary but in our current situation that is not yet possible.
In honor of our anniversary, Rev. Donald Graves will offer our message on Sunday, March 7th.
We then hope by mid-summer to be able to have a celebration weekend with workshops and a big party.
If you would like to volunteer to serve on the committee to plan that celebration, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rob Eckman has graciously volunteered to head up that committee.
January 30 - April 4, 2021
The Season for Nonviolence begins with the anniversary of the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi on January 30, and ends on the April 4 anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
During the Season we will we promote the awareness that all life has infinite value.
If you would like to participate in creating the spirit of Nonviolence in our world, sign up here to receive a daily email containing a quote either from Dr. King or from Mahatma Gandhi, together with an affirmation for the day. (We will be sending the quotes and affirmations only to those who sign up to receive them.)
Join us every Saturday during the Season, 10 am MST, for an hour of meditation and conversation. We will meet on Zoom to share our experience of the week's events and the Nonviolence approach to these experiences. Click here to join the call. Meeting ID is 851 4052 1261.
Carry the Light Within
Prayer Chanting Meditation Candlelight
Click here to watch: https://youtu.be/VLqKaQoWxjQ
Taizé is a deeply spiritual experience which for eighty years has brought together people from all cultures and denominations. It is a sign of hope in a divided world and it has brought new life to churches throughout the world.
Prayer and silence are at the heart of the Taizé experience. People from every corner of the globe are encouraged to live this sacred experience in a spirit of joy, simplicity, and reconciliation.
In these challenging times Taize’ can bring peace and equanimity to the world.
When: Third Wednesday of every month, from 6:00 to 7:00 PM.
Meeting ID 861 6209 5084
Why: At these evening sessions we will catch up with each other, share with each other about our life experiences, and then discuss the topic from the previous Sunday service.
As long as the pandemic is present in our lives and we can't get together in person, we will continue to meet virtually. We hope you will join us.
When: -Ongoing- Every 2nd Tuesday at Noon
Where: Join us on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86144990821Meeting
ID: 861 4499 0821
What: During 2021 we will study the world's major religions, beginning in January with an overview of ancient religions of Egypt, Greece and the Netherlands. We will use a book, "12 Major World Religions: The Beliefs, Rituals, and Traditions of Humanity's Most Influential Faiths" by Jason Boyett. No need to buy the book (unless you want to).
Who: Wizards and Crones is a monthly meeting for all who want to connect with other spiritual seekers. Led by Rev. Myrna Hirst
More Info: email@example.com
Allow these five beautifully created Wintertime Reflections mandala coloring sheets by Rev. Laura Hallett, creator of the CSL’s Sacred Mandala Coloring Book, inspire and ignite the joy-filled spirit and energy of the winter season within you.
Each mandala is blank on the back for creating with markers, paint or other media. The 8.5” x 11” pages make it easy to display or share on social media.
You can download the new Wintertime Mandalas HERE.
Feel free to print, share and take a photo of your creation for social media. #CSLCares #WeAreCSL #CSLTeens
We are very excited to announce and showcase our new clothing options on the CSL Shop! These new items are available NOW!
Our New Arrivals include:
Did you miss out on getting your CSL Classic Hoodie? We have more in stock...get yours today!
Vision: The SLCSL Education Team envisions a world grounded in peace and harmoniously working together.
Mission: The SLCSL Education Team provides safe and structured learning opportunities that apply spiritual practices, as taught in the Science of Mind, to real-world examples. This includes: