Center for Spiritual Living holds a celebration service every Sunday at 10:00am. For those wanting some centering first, there is a meditation led by a spiritual practitioner at 9:45am.
This service is a place and a time where people get to connect with others on a similar spiritual journey to their own, and to share this journey. During the service you will experience uplifting and heart opening music, an inspirational message, affirmative prayer and many opportunities to participate in song and affirmation if you choose. When we return in person, after the service you are invited to join us for socializing and refreshments where you may also learn more about upcoming activities, such as classes, workshops, and social events.
As we grow, we will offer a youth program for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade each week during service.
The Center for Spiritual Living, Yolo is a loving, and deeply spiritual community founded in 1995 as the Yolo County Church of Religious Science. We have been Continuously providing Sunday services since its inception.
What We Believe
The Science of Mind is built on the theory that there is One Infinite Mind which of necessity includes all that is, whether it be the intelligence in man, the life in the animal, or the invisible Presence which is God.
Our vision is to create an environment for all to realize the power of spiritual connection. Our mission is to provide a sanctuary for all to be lifted and inspired to embody spiritual principles and live their inherent greatness.
February Affirmation 2024
to support me.
CSLY Theme for February: Divine Discomfort
Life is full of uncomfortability. Birth itself is a shift from warm, nurturing safety to cold, terrifying chaos, and it is our very first experience of Divine Discomfort. Life is a complicated, magnificent, and nuanced glory and living it is bound to be uncomfortable. This Black History Month we’re exploring lessons learned from being uncomfortable and how putting down the need to be comfortable allows space for transformation. We consider the universal pain of exclusion and oppression and open ourselves to the pull of our vision of a world that works for everyone. We end the month recognizing that being uncomfortable is the least of our concerns, because we have love work to do.