We are a group creating face-to-face spiritual community in Loudoun County, meeting in Leesburg, and affiliated with Centers for Spiritual Living.
Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg provides spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and help create a world that works for everyone. We do this by teaching spiritual principles, tools and practices in a contemporary way, making them easy to access and apply while building a community dedicated to love, acceptance and transformation in the world. If you are in search of a spiritual community where you are respected and accepted for who you are and want the inspiration and support to grow to your highest potential, please accept our invitation to visit us soon!
Mission: Our Vision Statement: To awaken our inherent Oneness with Divine Source, our planet and each other and then act knowing that Oneness matters. Our Values: To be a place of love, generosity, authenticity, respect, gratitude, joy, curiosity, beauty, integrity and clear communication. What We Do: As a spiritual community, we provide opportunities to deep our spiritual practice, experience empowering education, encourage engaged action and cultivate inspired leadership.
From Mike Dooley’s new book.. by way of Anita Morjani
Just a little reminder. 💙💙💙
(From Mike Dooley’s new book.)
[03/03/19] Today’s Service 3/3/19 Cancelled due to Snow!
Spent a wonderful day yesterday with this powerful group of Leaders at our Annual Leadership Council Retreat for Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg. I'm so blessed to be working with them in this amazing community. 2019 is going to be our best year yet! Come join us!
[01/12/19] Service tomorrow is cancelled due to weather.
Check out our 1/6 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "The Thing Itself"
Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg's cover photo
Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg's cover photo
Check out our 10/28 talk by Charlene Banks, RScP. "Receiving is as Important as Giving"
Check out our 10/21 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "Getting, Transforming, and Giving - Being in the Flow"
Check out our 10/14 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "Substance and Supply - The Law of Opulence"
Check out our 10/7 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "God's Bounty - The Field of Love"
Check out our 9/30 talk by Rev. Sherrie Quander. "Loose the Consciousness"
Check out our 9/23 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "Treatment is not Well-Wishing"
Check out our 9/16 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "Make Each Treatment Complete"
Check out our 9/9 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "Divine Ideas"
Check out our 9/2 talk by Charlene Banks, RScP. "Treatment and Feeling"
Check out our 8/26 talk by Rev. Sherrie Quander. "Simple Acceptance"
Check out our 8/19 talk by Charlene Banks, RScP. "Affirmations and Denials"
Check out our 8/5 talk by Jim Cash. "Revelations in the Field"
Check out our 7/29 talk by Charlene Banks, RScP. "You Are a Spiritual Broadcasting Station"
Check out our 7/22 talk by Nina Gibson. "Spirit of Adventure"
Check out our 7/15 talk by Charlene Banks, RScP. "The Consciousness That Heals"
Check out our 7/8 talk by Rev. Sherrie Quander. "Our Healer"
Check out our 7/1 talk by Ashley Cash. "Healing as a Revelation"
Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg
Great resource from Jen on music and meditation. Check out her weekly feature in the Front Royal Examiner.
Mindful Mondays – Music to set the tone.
Are you new at meditation? Playing a little background music for beginners can really help set the tone of the environment. There are often loud sounds all around us and interruptions. If a silent meditation is just not an easy option for you and your mind feels too busy..here are a few music choices to consider from two of my favorite mindful friends. Plan on getting to know both Joanna and Sunday a little better in upcoming Mindful Monday features!
JoAnna Mccue-Martin, Playful Explorations
JoAnna does a lot of work with children in the field of mindfulness here in Front Royal. She recommends trying Kira Willey! Here is a great sample of one of her songs for children. (More about JoAnna in the following weeks)
Just Be - https://youtu.be/-Gj76Ma8zLU
Summer classes are offered by Playful Explorations. Check out these options if you or your child would like to continue on this mindful path: https://www.facebook.com/259497247408442/posts/1943194585705358
Rev. Sunday Coté, Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg Sunday Coté
Rev. Sunday Coté is the Senior Minister at the Center for Spiritual Living in Leesburg. She leads amazing workshops and classes teaching the Science of Mind and more. In her services and classes she loves to use music by Todd Norian and Kent Rautenstaus. (More to come in the following weeks)
Todd Norian - Bija and Celestial Abode
Kent Rautenstaus - Luminaire. He is the music director at Mile Hi Church in Denver.
Below is a link to a meditation Rev. Sunday hosts in Berryville. Check it out!
Jennifer Avery, Jenspirations LLC
Check out our 6/3 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "God Knows"
Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg's cover photo
Check out our 4/15 talk by Nina Gibson. "Yes! You Are Valuable!"
Check out our 4/8 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "The Individual and The Universal"
Check out our 4/1 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "The Lord is My Shepherd"
Karen shared this wonderful resource and event with us. With spring comes an upswing with ticks. It's a good time to brush up on awareness of Lyme disease and co-infections.
Join Charlene Banks, RScP, on Thursday evenings from 7-10 pm (April 5 - May 24), in our latest 8 week on-line class The Power of Your Word as we deepen our understand and practice of prayer. You’ll learn why life-affirming prayer is answered and how it is answered. You’ll learn how to pray effectively and become aware of how you limit and interrupt your own prayers.
When you complete this class, you’ll have new prayer tools to work with.
Prerequisite is either the Foundations or Beyond Limits Class. Participants will need to purchase the books How to Use the Science of Mind and Can We Talk to God by Ernest Holmes and a 3-ring binder for the class. Tuition is $245 per student.
Contact: Rev. Sunday Coté
The Practitioner Council of the CSL Home Office has recently constructed a website for the highly successful PrayerMatch Program. Please go to http://cslprayermatch.org/and check it out!
How to Apply: PrayerMatch participants will complete an initial survey/application and will then be paired with a prayer partner based on their responses. Participants will have the flexibility to tailor their prayer partnerships to meet each of their own individual needs during the program. Participants can chat via email, talk on the phone, meet in person, or Skype/FaceTime/Google Hangout, it is all up to you!
Who can Apply: CSL Practitioners, Ministers and Members
Statement on #MarchForOurLives from #CentersforSpiritualLiving:
Dr. Kenn Grodon and the Spiritually Motivated Social Engagement Committee are proud to share the statement below on the March for Our Lives, which was written by the CSL Teen Leadership, Gavin Jornigan, Aisha Ferguson, Imani Shamsuddin, Fern Sandoval, Clara Cohen, and Jade Delgado:
As youth of Centers for Spiritual Living, we stood in silence with the youth of the nation for 17 minutes last week and we will march arm in arm together this Saturday. We paid attention when Emma Gonzalez, a student at the Florida high school--where 17 people were left dead after a mass shooting--called BS on our lawmakers, elected leaders, and the NRA at a rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. We paid attention because we saw that Emma, like many of her classmates and other students around the country, knows how the Law of Mind works. Emma said,
“To politicians who sit in their gilded houses funded by the NRA telling us that nothing can be done to protect us, we call BS… They say tougher guns laws do not decrease gun violence. We call BS. They say a good guy with a gun stops a bad guy with a gun. We call BS. They say guns are just tools like knives and are as dangerous as cars. We call BS. They say that no laws could have been able to prevent the 100s of senseless tragedies that have occurred and that we are too young to understand how the government works. We call BS.”
Link to full Emma Gonzalez Speech
Emma understood what we at Centers for Spiritual Living know and teach--that outside conditions have no power over us, that it is done as we believe, that if we want change, we have to call BS on those outside conditions. She understood that we need to plant a new thought, a new idea; that new thought has power and will bring change. At this moment in history, we are calling BS on old thoughts and demanding new thoughts and new actions.
We know, believe and demand that every single person in this country be safe from all gun violence.
We know, believe and demand that the youth in our communities, our friends, should not feel afraid when attending school.
We know, believe and demand that people of color be protected and better served in areas where firearm violence and death are routine.
We know, believe and demand that it is so, and we call BS on any so called political reality that has kept it from happening so far.
It is done as WE believe; it is done now. And so it is.
Blessings to You All,
Dr. Kenn Gordon
Spiritually Motivated Social Engagement Committee
CSL Teen Leadership
Emma Gonzalez, a student at the Parkland, Florida high school where 17 people were left dead after a mass shooting, calls out President Trump and the NRA by ...
Check out our 3/11 talk by Rev. Sunday Coté. "Your Impersonal Self"
Check out our 3/4 talk by Charlene Banks. "Your Personal Self"
Centers for Spiritual Living
"All the power of the universe is with you. Feel it, know it, and then act as though it were true." - Ernest Holmes #ernestholmes #centersforspiritualliving #scienceofmind #dailyinspiration
Muslim Community Center of Leesburg serves Muslims in Leesburg and Loudoun County. We are currently fundraising to build our community center.
Welcome to Free Life Church. We believe that true freedom is only found in a relationship with God and He is the ultimate source of faith, hope and love.
Helping those in the Leesburg ward come together!
The Leesburg Church of Christ is a body of believers in Leesburg, Virginia who seek to do God's will in the Leesburg area and around the world by demonstrating the love of God in our world today.
Pastores Judith y Santos Cruz. Nueva Generacion de Adoradores.
The Little Church with a BIG heart
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church is located in Leesburg, and is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Curch in America. All are welcome!
Leesburg Community Church has been an integral part of Leesburg and Loudoun County, VA since 1881. We are a growing, evangelical congregation with a passion for serving each other and the surrounding community in the name of Christ Jesus.
Congregation Sha'are Shalom (Gates of Peace) is a young and rapidly growing Conservative synagogue, located at 19357 Evergreen Mills Road, Leesburg, VA
A community in Christ, welcoming, serving, and uplifting all, joining generations to reveal God’s love. You belong!