CSL Redding

Sunday Services 9:00 & 10:30 AM
1905 Hartnell Avenue
Redding, CA 96002
Phone: 530-221-4849
Fax: 530-221-4840


The Center for Spiritual Living, Redding

Swami Beyondananda

Visit our Events page to learn more about our special guest, SWAMI BEYONDANANDA (aka Steve Bhaerman), who is presenting a comedy performance and workshop as well as speaking at our Sunday services the weekend of May 30th and 31st!


It's been five years since the Center for Spiritual Living, Redding, has had a Photographic Directory done, so the time has come for a new directory! Sign-up at the back of the Sanctuary or call Cynthia Bellah at 530-262-8562, to participate!


Welcome Home!

SanctuaryThe Center for Spiritual Living in Redding, California, provides spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and help make the world a better place.

The Center for Spiritual Living, Redding, is a spiritual community and way of life that honors all paths to God and helps people to discover a personal relationship with God. When God is the focus of our spirituality, then other areas of our lives fall into place — we are happier, we can do more for others, be better stewards of the Earth and bring peace and harmony to the world.

We extend a warm welcome to all people in search of a spiritual community where they are embraced, respected, accepted for who they are, inspired and supported to grow to their highest potential.

No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome here.

Are you feeling alone, lost, empty or disconnected? Are you in crisis? Are you lacking fulfillment, looking for answers, healing and a spiritual home?

At the Center for Spiritual Living, Redding, you will find a like-minded community, a spiritual home, where you can discover peace of mind, healing, inspiration and live with a personal relationship with God. We look forward to meeting you in person!

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Video of Most Recent Sunday Service

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Minister's Message for May 2015

"I have come that you may have life and have it abundantly." John 10:10

"It is no use to desire a thing, unless you expect to get it, either in part or in full. Desire without expectation is idle wishing or dreaming." Raymond Holliwell, Working with the Law

Rev. David Robinson

We did not come into this world to suffer or just get by. Ernest Holmes reminds us, right at the beginning of The Science of Mind textbook that "...bondage is not God ordained." Prosperity teacher Edwene Gaines says, "This is the party planet! And you can count on me to do my part."

In Religious Science we talk about the concept of "mental equivalents" which is how big our idea of our Good is. "As we bring ourselves to a greater vision than the range of our present concepts, we can then induce a greater concept and thereby demonstrate more in our experience."

How are you doing on expanding your mental equivalent? Are you stretching beyond your everyday "normal" to embrace something new? And then, are you practicing the expectation of receiving that result? It is so easy to get sucked into the day to day routine and operate at "normal' or "status quo" without ever taking the time to stretch out.

As we watch Nature grow and expand this month, with Spring in full blossom, heading rapidly into summer, let us take time to expand our minds and our lives. Do something to expand out of your normal routine. Take a class. Read a book in a genre you wouldn't normally. Turn off the TV for a day. Clean or redecorate a room. I've just signed up for a 6 month program to expand my consciousness. Kick out the old winter cobwebs!

This month, we have several mind expanding opportunities. Saturday, May 9th, Wall Street Journal honored financial planner (and CSL Practitioner) Karen Ramsey will truly expand your mind with her "Caring for Your Soul in Matters of Money" workshop. And, at the end of the month, Swami Beyondananda will expand our minds and hearts with his cosmic humor.

Expand your experience of how good your life can be!

Blessings,

Rev. David Robinson

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Visitors and newcomers are always welcome!

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