Our service on Sunday, June 25, 2017

"Aligning Your Values With Your Actions" at 9:00 and 11:00 am


Rev. Dr. David Alexander

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Community Spiritual Leader
Link to contact Link to http://www.newthoughthistory.org Link to http://www.revdavidalexander.com

David Alexander is a life-long student of spiritual principles, having been born and raised in the New Thought tradition. Called to the ministry at age thirteen, Rev. David has made the study and application of universal spiritual principles his life devotion. Rev. David became a Licensed Religious Science Practitioner in 1999, received his ministerial license in 2004 and was ordained in 2006, and affiliated with United Centers for Spiritual Living in 2007. Rev. David serves on the Board of Directors for the Community of Welcoming Congregations. Rev. David writes the monthly column "Philosophy in Action" for Science of Mind magazine. Rev. David has a deep passion for New Thought history and manages the site www.newthoughthistory.org In April of 2009 Rev. David was inducted into the Martin Luther King Jr. Board of Preachers of Morehouse College. As one of the youngest and most dynamic ministers in the New Thought movement, his messages are inspiring, humorous and relevant to today's world. Rev. David serves as the co-founding and Senior Minister of New Thought Center for Spiritual Living (2004-Present). In 2012 Rev. David was elected to the first Leadership Council of the newly formed Centers for Spiritual Living organization and is currently the Chairman of the Council. Rev. David also serves as director of Strategic Alliances for Centers for Spiritual Living and on the governing board of the Association for Global New Thought with Dr. Michael Beckwith. Rev. David received an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree from Centers for Spiritual Living in October 2014.


April Krubel

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April Krubel is a vocalist/actor who began performing at the age of 13. She honed her talents in musical theater most notably playing Laurie in “Oklahoma”. She was a soloist in numerous choirs, acted in non-musical theater productions, studied and performed classical voice competitions winning 6th in the state of Oregon, received numerous soloist awards and sang for two cover bands in the early 90’s. She began attending NTCSL in October 2013 and joined the choir immediately thereafter to fill a void she thought would forever be empty. She has a deep love and passion for music and the opportunity for Spirit to use her as a vessel in music ministry is something she is thankful for every day.

She frequently lends her voice as back-up for other musical artists at Wednesday and Sunday services, as well as performing as a featured soloist. She is the mother of three (Brooke, Ian & Storm) and is married to NTCSL congregant, James Krubel. In her spare time she loves to travel, write music, work on her book, spend time with friends/family and give of herself to others.


I love my spiritual home!

– Diane S.

This community is where I come to celebrate Divine Source within me and looking back at me through everyone I meet.

– Pamela P.

Enjoying my spiritual community.

– Ellena F.

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

– Chuck W.
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