Men's Group

Saturday, January 13, 2018 - 9:00am - 11:00am

Meets the second Saturday of each month.

The Men’s group welcomes all who are looking to engage in a conversation about what it means to be an expression of the divine masculine in our spiritual community and in the larger communities that we participate in daily.  In the spirit of shared leadership everyone is invited to participate by taking a turn facilitating a meeting.  Facilitators choose the subject of the conversation and prepare any materials, music, and meditations.


Kip Knote, LSP

Photo of Kip Knote, LSP
Licensed Spiritual Practitioner
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Kip began his spiritual quest in the mountains and prairies of Montana and began a life of service to others when he joined the Marines after high school in 1986. In 1994 he married his high school sweetheart Arlene Anderson and shortly thereafter, they started their family. Life soon found him and his young family in Littleton, Colorado, where he was fortunate enough to attend Mile Hi Church and take classes for ten years. Kip was very active in the Youth Ministry where he taught various age groups, accompanied youth groups on several excursions, and facilitated the construction of a cardboard city called Dome Zone (where his structural/civil engineering background came in handy) at the annual Rainbow Day Camp for over 200 children. Wanting to dive deeper into the principles of Science of Mind, Kip began Practitioner training in 2011 and completed just prior to moving to Oregon in August 2013. Kip was installed as a Practitioner at New Thought CSL that same month. He has again immersed himself into the Youth Ministry as a teacher & spiritual leader. Kip additionally facilitates “Becoming a Love and Logic Parent” workshops at NTCSL and other facilities in the area. Passionate about leadership and youth, Kip is clear that his path is to provide leadership by being the best example he can be. He is available to spiritual travelers of all ages who are interested in Practitioner sessions, prayer support, or guided meditations.


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 heart overflows with gratitude, love, and joy as I remember the countless magical moments I have shared with my spiritual family.

– Chuck W.

Thanks for creating my spiritual home.

– Molly K.

It's important to me that our community both "reaches in" and "reaches out"--deepening our direct spiritual experience of Oneness so that connection with and service to the wider world come easily

– Holly W.
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