As the Coronavirus situation continues to unfold, and in keeping with Federal and State requests concerning public gatherings and safe personal space, CSL Denver will continue to provide online live Sunday services through the end of April. Based on new information we receive from Federal and State agencies recommendations for post-April, the Board will determine what to do.
Our primary concern is always for the well-being of our community and we hope that this will reassure you and provide clear guidance on how we intend to handle this challenge.
So, we move forward with every Sunday service affirming the health and well-being of our congregation and the world. Declaring that divine right action and guidance is provided for all. And so it is.
See you on Facebook and YouTube on Sunday!
Rev. Elzia Sekou and the Center for Spiritual Living Denver Board
June Theme: Mindfulness for Mavericks!
Rev. Elzia Sekou
Sunday, June 7, 2020 at 10:00 am - Online Service
Only when we put our very best into our spiritual work will it satisfy us. … The spark which burns at the center of our own soul is caught from the living and eternal flame of the Spirit.
– Dr. Ernest Holmes
Rev. Elzia shares his thoughts on the importance of going within while using spiritual practices that help us to process, shift, and evolve in order to grow and expand our consciousness.
Everything That Happens to Me Comes Down to Me!
Facilitated by Rumi Engineer, RScP
Sunday, June 7, 2020 at 11:30 am – 1:30 pm - Online by Zoom
What if there is a way to clean out such “junk" from our subconscious when it raises its head in our consciousness? One way is through the Hawaiian practice of Ho'oponopono which teaches that everything that happens to me is my responsibility. No one can clean up the memories that are buried in my subconscious but ME.
Self examination and reflective practice are valuable processes for revealing unconscious and dismantling false beliefs…
– Ernest Holmes