Our service on Wednesday, March 1, 2017

A New Order of Healing:
"Biology of Belief" at 7:00 pm

Learn how our bodies reflect our mental states and faith. Your health goes beyond genetics into epigenetics and is a product of belief and choice.


Rev. Larry King

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Senior Minister, Portland Center for Spiritual Living

Rev. Larry King has been the senior minister at the Portland Center for Spiritual Living in Northeast Portland since 2008. He is a third-generation Oregonian, with an MBA from the University of Oregon and an MCS from Holmes Institute. His hobbies include ballroom dancing, novel writing and science fiction in all forms. You can follow his weekly spiritual podcasts at www.cslportland.org/podcasts


Mark Olmstead

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Mark sees music as the key element for inspiring change in the world.

After spending many years creating a successful home-based business, becoming a natural health enthusiast, and learning sustainable living practices, Mark is turning his focus today to sharing the insights he has gleaned over the years through his music. Mark spent several years busking through Australia and New Zealand - after which he released 2 albums: ''The Soul Reason' and 'One Peace at a Time'. He has recently co-authored the e-book 'Re-defining Destiny by Rediscovering America' which educates on the subject of personal sovereignty and reclaiming the rights protected under the original constitution. Both his music and e-book are available at www.worldpeaceplan.com.

Mark is currently working on publishing his children's book 'The True Sunbeam' as well as recording his latest inspirational music. Mark believes that language is a powerful tool in creating reality. He sees music as the language which transcends not only the boundaries of culture, religion and beliefs but our very physiology as well. Through his recent work with 432hz based tuning, his music is reaching new levels as the medium through which to inspire his human family to create the peace they wish to see - One Peace at a Time... by recognizing their own divinity.

Sharon Eng

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Musician, Workshop Leader and Facilitator

Sharon Eng has held principal viola positions in many parts of the world, among them: Jakarta Chamber Orchestra, New York City Symphony, and the Polish Sinfonietta in Poznan, with whom she toured China on two occasions. For 14 years, Dr. Eng directed the Middle and High School strings programs at Jakarta International School, conducting her orchestras to rave reviews in Bangkok, Budapest, London, Rome, Shanghai, Singapore and Vienna. Sharon holds BMus and MMus degrees in viola performance from the Juilliard School, is an active chamber recitalist in the United States and abroad, teaches violin/viola at Multnomah Arts Center and plays with the Raphael Spiro Quartet (www.raphaelspirostringquartet.org). She has been on the faculty of the International Music Institute and Festival at Mount St. Mary's University at Emmitsburg, Maryland since 2002 (www.imif.us).

Gary Skye

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Wednesday Night Music Director
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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.


NTCSL - a community learning together what it takes to have a more fulfilling life.

– Ray J.

I love this community because I am with people who know my inherent perfection and I know the same for them.

– Kevin 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.

The music ministry here rocks!

– Jami L
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