NEW THOUGHT CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING
Inclusive. Progressive. Compassionate.
are here to support you!
The role of the practitioner is to know the Truth for you, in the midst of your current situation. Practitioners firmly believe that “With God, all things are possible.” Talk to a Practitioner if you are in need of inspiration, a celebration of a major event in your life, and/or healing in any area: financial, relational, health, or career. You are God’s wondrous gift. Let a Practitioner remind you of that!
Licensed Spiritual Practitioners (RScP) contribute to the spiritual welfare of our community by continually affirming the Oneness of all Life. Practitioners are committed to living a spirit-based life cultivated by the daily practices of: meditation, compassionate service, and affirmative prayer.
Practitioners are available for prayer after service on Sundays. You can recognize when a practitioner is in service to the community by the white stole they wear around their necks.
Practitioners never charge for prayer, but they are available during the week for private, individual guidance on a fee basis. The fee is charged for the practitioner’s time, training, skill and professional knowledge of Science of Mind principles. Your interaction with the practitioner is based on integrity, trust and strict confidentiality.
After Service Prayer
Practitioners are available for one-to-one prayer after service both in-person and online.
In-person, Practitioners will move to the front of the Sanctuary. Please wait quietly for an usher to guide you to a Practitioner.
Online prayer is available by in a private Zoom room.
Caring Corner Food Pantry
We have a large selection of food and non-food essentials
Mary Kinghorn, our Facilities Manager, will be there to assist. Please wear a mask and practice safe social distancing guidelines. Mary will have some bags and boxes available, and it is suggested each person bring their own as well.
If you would like to donate, our Caring Corner is looking for non-perishable items including peanut butter, pasta, pasta sauce, rice, and toilet paper. Donations can be placed anytime in the bin at the 10th Street entrance or in the bin in the lobby during regular hours.
For questions or more information, please contact Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org