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Plan for returning to IN-PERSON services at Center for the Creative Arts in Yorklyn:  June (tentative -  depending on CDC and government guidelines).  We will continue to live stream even after our return. Stay tuned. 

- Rev. Dr. Kathleen Johnson, Spiritual Director

Thank you for your support during these difficult times.


Are you looking for a spiritual community in the Delaware, New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania area that is rich in spiritual experience and also very practical? Look no longer. The principles and practices that we teach are grounded in the spiritual wisdom of the ages and in the latest findings in the field of consciousness known as New Thought Ancient Wisdom and Science of Mind (teachings of Dr. Ernest Holmes). This is an intelligent, heart-centered spirituality that changes peoples lives. We are an inviting, healthy, diverse, inclusive, caring spiritual community, a sanctuary of healing, igniting and inspiring personal transformation and global evolution of human consciousness. We are part of a large worldwide spiritual movement that affirms the Oneness of Life…that God is all there is… that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. We are inherently whole, good, and have the necessary creative potential and giftedness to realize our personal and collective dreams.

If you are inspired by the teachings of Jesus, Buddha, and Rumi, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thomas Troward, or Emma Curtis Hopkins….or of modern day mystics such as Rev. Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Abraham-Hicks, Byron Katie, Deepak Chopra, and Louise Hay, you will feel at home here.

"We are All in this Together"

Racism in the United States – A message from the Centers for Spiritual Living

Centers for Spiritual Living calls for it to end!
We are grieving lives that ought not to have been lost. George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, are the most recent in a list of countless unarmed African-American and Black people who have been murdered for the color of their skin over the past 400 years in the US. Too many generations have suffered and it has never been, and is not now, acceptable.
We denounce racism in all its forms: the starkness of unapologetic, intentional racism; the racism of silence in the face of injustice; the systemic racism inherent in our education, justice, income and opportunity inequity; and the racism that lies hidden in our individual hearts and minds.

We envision a world where personal responsibility joins with social conscience in every area of the political, corporate, academic, and social sectors. We value a community-wide climate of safety that arises from compassion, justice, mutual respect, and kindness. Therefore, we join our founder, Dr. Ernest Holmes, who, echoing the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., said “You and I should form the habit of taking definite time each day to contemplate and affirm peace with justice—for there is no peace possible without justice. But faith without works is dead. We should not only pray, we should act, each contributing the best [they have] to the common purpose, each willing to make any sacrifice necessary…[for] there can be no individual self-preservation without the preservation of all . . .”*

We call upon ourselves and the faith communities in the US to take action that shows we have heard the cry of suffering, and we own our responsibility for it. Whether that action is prayer, donations to organizations that promote racial justice, rigorous self-education, or active engagement, let not this moment in history pass unattended. May the actions we take be steeped in peace and respect for the sacredness of each life, knowing that whatever we do, individually and collectively, must be Divinely directed from a higher consciousness. When we apply our proven spiritual principles through rigorous practices and compassionate action, the desired results cannot fail to demonstrate.

* Quote From Ernest Holmes’ Spiritual Armament, found in The Essential Ernest Holmes edited by Jesse Jennings
Resource: https://medium.com/equality-includes-you/what-white-people-can-do-for-racial-justice-f2d18b0e0234

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