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New Thought Center for Spiritual Living is a spiritual community and way of life that honors all paths to God. We provide spiritual tools for personal transformation and help make the world a better place.

As an Open and Affirming Community and member of the Community of Welcoming Congregations, we extend a warm welcome to all people in search of a spiritual community where they are embraced, affirmed and accepted for who they are and inspired and supported in growing into their highest potential.

Our service on Sunday, November 2, 2014

Sunday Services: 9:00 and 11:00 am
"Get a Better Mirror"



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Rev. David Alexander, Rev. Barbara Wuest

Addison Knote

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Addison Knote is a Junior at Wilsonville High School in Wilsonville, Oregon. Her favorite classes are English, Psychology & Spanish and she challenges herself with Advanced Placement courses.

A natural babysitter, Addison has been recently hired by NTCSL to provide childcare during the Sunday 9am service and Wednesday 7pm services. She has additional babysitting jobs regularly.

Addison was very active in the youth activities at Mile Hi Church, including co-creating the Children’s Choir and Youth Choirs. Since moving to Oregon in 2013, she has jumped into the NTCSL Teen Group and has been to Teen Summer Camp in California twice.

In her “spare time” she enjoys rock climbing, traveling & running.


New Thought CSL Teens

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Under the loving guidance of Teen Director, Amanda Bywaters, and Music Director, David York, our teens shine with music they're prepared especially for Sunday morning services. With high energy and radiant joy, their youthful enthusiasm is infectious and inspiring.


It is a joy to be within a community of passion and revelation.

– David W.

I am a devoted servant of God and celebrate with all in this Beloved Community our committment to practicing inclusivity -- All are welcome here

– Loretta R.

Since joining this spiritual community four years ago, I no longer think of myself as a chronically ill person. I am well in mind, body, and spirit.

– Wendy T.

My spiritual journey has been enhanced beyond measure by NTCSL. Every aspect of my life has expanded and been enhanced during these last few years. I welcome everyone to our community.

– Linda C.
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