Here you will find videos of Sunday messages in case you missed a service or want to hear one again. You may also share them.

Love Is the First Element (02/13/22)

The Founder of Centers for Spiritual Living, Dr. Ernest Holmes, resonated with the mystic Sri Aurobindo’s teaching that the

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If You Thought It, You Can Unthink It (02/06/22)

Let’s look together at how our attitudes can be shifted to bring more peace and blessings into our lives.

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“Thinking” Makes It So (01/30/22)

Creative Law reflects back to us more of what we already dwell upon. And our brains support us to

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Creative Law Always Says “Yes”(01/23/22)

One of the wonderful things about the creative process is the neutral, dependable consistency of Creative Law.

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It is always New, we are always Creating and it is never Too Late (01/16/22)

The metaphysical New Thought tradition is established in universal truths (principles / laws of life) and deepened by knowledge,

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The Creative Intelligence Moves (01/02/22)

What is “God”? How can we really answer that question? We know that cultures worldwide for millennia have identified

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Welcoming a New Dawn (12/26/21)

As we come to the end of 2021, let’s consider what we want to carry forward and what we

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Embracing the Sacred Turning of the Year (12/19/21)

As the fourth Sunday of Advent our theme for the day is Love. The turning of the season and

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What Are We Becoming? (12/12/21)

We're built to be farmers. Let me explain that statement. Our minds are constantly planting the seeds of our

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Surrender Is Transformative Action (12/05/21)

When we look at the process of human life it seems pretty clear that one constant in life is

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Gratitude Beyond Gifts (11/28/21)

This is a Sunday of convergences. Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and the first Sunday of Advent are all important aspects of

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Celebrating the Triumphant Journey (11/21/21)

Each life contains daily successes which we generally overlook unless they’re unusual or really huge. Our daily “wins” don’t

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