The Center for Spiritual Living Denver is a growing community-based Center led by our Senior Minister, Rev. Elzia Sekou, our Licensed Practitioner Core and an active Board of Trustees.
CSL Denver is an intimate group of spiritual seekers that meets in the heart of the Historic Grant Avenue neighborhood. We honor people from all walks of life and embrace all Spiritual paths. Whatever your lifestyle or journey, our spiritual communities are ready to embrace, love, and accept you as you are. We are a diverse group that honors all paths to God where everyone is welcome. We look forward to getting to know you. The Center for Spiritual Living Denver is a community of joyful loving people who gather often to share in each other’s spiritual well-being.
To Our Beloved CSL Denver Community,
Starting January 1, 2023, we are so excited to announce that after 2-1/2 years of meeting online, in addition to losing our previous location, we will be meeting every Sunday at our new home, The Historic Grant Avenue building. We will meet in-person at 10:00 a.m. MT every Sunday, as well as recording the services on Facebook Live and our YouTube Channel. You can watch in-person, real-time online or recording any time.
The new location is the Historic Grant Avenue building, 216 South Grant Street, Denver, CO 80209. There is a parking lot on the south of the building along with the entrance and street parking.
Thank you ALL so much for your loving support, financial and otherwise.
We look forward to seeing everyone in-person every Sunday starting in January 2023.
Rev. Elzia and the CSL Denver Practitioners
Please join CSL Denver this Sunday, June 4, as Rev. Elzia shares his thoughts on “The Need for Self-Care.” Our theme for the month of June is “Embracing Self-Care.”
To live your life to the fullest, self-care must be embraced in daily practice to help you remember who you are. To know who you are, you must be aware of the unlimited possibilities that can be unlocked when you harness the potential of your Real beingness. Through self-awareness of the mind, body, and spirit you realize that you are a perfect entity and that you have all that you need for unlimited success and unconditional love.
Your commitment to self-care affects not just your life but also the lives of all the people and places you surround yourself with as you are here not just for you but for the whole.
Self-care is not self-indulgence; it is self-preservation. – Audre Lorde, A Burst of Light and Other Essays
If you’re coming to Sunday service at Center for Spiritual Living Denver, please note that Broadway will be closed Sunday morning – please see below.
From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., a 3.5-mile street closure will provide a safe space for all to walk, bike, roll and scoot separately from motorized vehicles. The street closure will include Broadway from 20th Street to Alameda. In addition, Taste of Colorado at ¡Viva! Streets will take place in Civic Center Park and along 14th Street between Broadway and Bannock. Similar to past years, there will be live music, food trucks, marketplace vendors, a beer garden, kid’s activities and sponsor activities.
If you’re coming to Sunday service from the west or side of town, take Alameda to Grant Street.
Bob Sima is a musician, mystic, teacher, and is to music what Wayne Dyer and Eckhart Tolle are to books and Rumi is to poetry. He has been called “Eckhart Tolle with a guitar.” He is a troubadour, a guide, and a musical mystic offering the soundtrack to your inner work.
As a songwriter, Bob Sima has won a laundry list of awards in multiple genres and music markets – yet his music is genre-less. He’s more influenced by Gandhi than Dylan, and he’s more at ease sharing the stage with Marianne Williamson than Sting. His music has graced such varied stages as the Kennedy Center and Turning Point Recovery Center.
He is a prolific songwriter with a catalog of nine albums and is becoming a world-wide messenger through his music.
Bob and his wife, Shannon Plummer, founded “Where the Light Gets in Ministries,” a 501(c)3, whose mission is to provide personal growth programs to reach under served populations and youth.
You can purchase Bob’s music at www.wherethelightgetsin.us and on Facebook at Where the Light Gets In.
We are too! We are a diverse group of spiritual seekers in Denver’s inner city. We believe in spirituality not religion, and we know that each person is an individual expression of the divine.
We honor all paths to God and everyone is welcome whatever their religious tradition. We’d love to welcome you to the Center for Spiritual Living Denver.
We believe that every person finds their own way to their own idea of what “God” means for them—call it Love, Universal Mind, God, Spirit, Yahweh, or Mother Father God. Whatever we choose to name It we know that It is expressing Itself as you and me, and we know it lives and thrives within each of us.
With a dynamic message, inspiring music, and deep prayer our 10:00 a.m. Sunday celebration will open your mind, fill your heart, and feed your soul. Sunday mornings at the Center for Spiritual Living Denver are designed to be a weekly sanctuary for your busy life. Our messages provide a clear roadmap for this journey called life by illuminating spiritual principles and teaching practical tools for everyday living.
The Center for Spiritual Living Denver is a community of joyful loving people who gather often to share in each other’s spiritual well-being. In addition to the Sunday service we have many groups and activities. The Sunday Soul Salon meets on the first Sunday of the month for a free-wheeling conversation on anything spiritual. Our Self-Care group focuses on learning to love ourselves. Men’s and Women’s Ministries offer monthly get-togethers. We host concerts and workshops regularly, and, of course, there are potlucks and pancakes galore.
We know that we connect to the very spirit of God Itself when we pray. In truth, we believe that life itself is an unceasing prayer—an intimate personal connection with Spirit. We pray during our services and we offer one-on-one prayer connections with trained spiritual practitioners immediately after.
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Sunday Celebration Service
10:00 AM Service Every Sunday
You Are Welcome Here.
Historic Grant Avenue Building
216 South Grant Street
Denver, Co 80209
(No mail to this address, please)
P. O. Box 300416
Denver, CO 80203
Senior Minister: Rev. Elzia Sekou
Licensed Spiritual Practitioners are available for prayer directly after the service.
Join us for coffee, snacks, and fellowship after the service!
Free Parking is available in the parking lot and on the street.
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We honor people from all walks of life and embrace all Spiritual paths. Whatever your lifestyle or journey, our spiritual communities are ready to embrace, love and accept you as you are.