First Time Visitors
Welcome Home to the Center for Spiritual Living, Lewis Clark Valley!
We are a spiritual community where you gain spiritual tools to live the life of your dreams and to make the world a better place. Everyone is welcome here – young, old, single, families, people from all styles of life and interests. This is the place for us all. This is the place where we can gather to remember that in God all things are possible, to celebrate the growing awareness of goodness in our lives, and to care for each other as friends and companions. This is the place.
What Can I Expect?
The Center for Spiritual Living Lewis Clark Valley is a small, but growing group of people from all backgrounds and ages. Many live in the Valley, others travel over an hour to be here. Our chairs are comfy and filled with people wearing anything from shorts or jeans to suits and ties to beautiful handmade clothing.
Our service is intended to be engaging with heart opening music, inspiring readings and talk, and community time. Some people clap, sing or move to the music, others just quietly enjoy the service. There’s no right or wrong way to be here.
What About Children?
Children are welcome to attend our Sunday service. We also have a wonderful program designed for children and young teens. Ask a greeter to guide you to the children’s area.
Where Do I Park?
Parking is available on both sides of our building and is easy to see from the street. If the lots are full, there is plenty of room on the street.
Center for Spiritual Living Welcomes You!
We represent one of the largest demographics in the United States. Many people answer the question, “What is your religious affiliation?” by saying, “I’m spiritual, but not religious.”
The Center for Spiritual Living is a community for people who long to know that Infinite Presence, known by so many names in so many traditions, in an intimate, empowering way and to have their everyday lives work in a way that they can’t manipulate or make happen in and of themselves.
We don’t have a lot of rules and dogma. We allow ourselves to be inspired by many different traditions. We embrace and honor our brothers and sisters who worship the Divine in different ways. We believe the Infinite One is greater than any path – including this one – and yet, all paths lead to that One.
If you consider yourself spiritual, but not religious, if you like books & people like The Secret, Louise Hay, Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Don Miguel Ruiz’s Four Agreements, Marianne Williamson, you’d probably love to hang out with us.