Thanks to NTCSL I have access to all of the spiritual tools I need to live my very best life!"
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 Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Wednesday Night Inspiration--7:00 to 8:00 pm
"A Turtle Day in Louisiana"
Come and learn how the Turtle can teach us how to live life - what to do, what not to do.
This topic is both educational and entertaining and you WILL walk away with "home-play" and a few new tools for your spiritual toolkit.
Rev. Larrye is the founding minister of the Southeastern Louisiana Center for Spiritual Living. She is a recent graduate of the Holmes Institute.
The core of the Max Ribner Band came together in 2009, when Berklee College of Music graduate Max arrived in Portland, drawn by its arts scene and natural beauty. He quickly found himself at the center of a vibrant funk/jazz scene, and built a solid reputation as a top-notch flugelhorn player and musician, aided by performances with local heavyweights Esperanza Spalding, Medicine For the People, and Patrick Lamb to name a few. He also began forming the musical collective that would one day become his band, pulling together musicians from all corners of the city: vocalists Matthew Flowers (Shy Girls) and Saeeda Wright, bassist Michael Dougherty, guitarist/producer Joe Hall, singer/songwriter Chris Lay, and Max’s own virtuoso brother on piano/keyboards, Tim Ribner. Deeply rooted in peace, compassion and healing, the band’s message and music is full of inspiration and passion – to see them live is to go on a spiritual journey.
Gary Skye has studied piano at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Eastman School of Music, Stanford University, University of Southern California, and most recently, Portland State University where he earned his master’s degree in piano performance. Gary’s work as a church musician began at Santa Rosa Center for Spiritual Living where he also attended as a child. He’s served as a pianist, organist, and vocalist in various churches including San Jose CSL and Whole Life CSL. Gary has worked as a staff accompanist and vocal coach for many organizations and academic institutions, including Sonoma State University, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan. In addition to his service through the music ministry at New Thought CSL, Gary maintains an active teaching studio of piano and vocal students and is a prolific composer of spiritual songs and chants.