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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.

Join us in person on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month starting at 10:00 am Mountain Standard time at 216 S. Grant St., Denver, CO 80209, as well as still being online. 

We are online only the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays on Facebook Live and our YouTube Channel.  You can watch in real-time or recording any time.

Sunday Service Schedule

December 2022

December 4, 2022        Meet in-person and online
December 11, 2022      Online only
December 18, 2022      Meet in-person and online
December 25, 2022      Online only (Christmas Service)


To Our Beloved CSL Denver Community,

We are so excited that after 2-1/2 years of meeting online, as well as losing our previous location, we have found a new home for our Center, and plan on meeting in-person at 10:00 am on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of every month.  We are online only the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays on Facebook Live and our YouTube Channel.  You can watch in real-time 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 on the 1st and 3rd Sundays.

Welcome Home!

Rev. Elzia and the CSL Denver Practitioners


December Theme – The Everyday Wonder of Community!

December 4, 2022, 10:00 am MST – In-person and Online Service

A Place to Belong! – Rev. Elzia Sekou

December 4, 2022, 10:00 am MST – In-person at 216 S. Grant St., Denver, CO 80209 and Online Service

Please join CSL Denver this Sunday, December 4, as Rev. Elzia shares his thoughts on the idea that we all want to belong, and it is through this desire to belong that community occurs.  Our opportunity lies in consciously creating a community through our active individual gifts.

Being in community, creating an inviting space where not only the individual but the community flourishes, assists in creating a world that works for everyone.  When you choose to embody “belonging,” you acknowledge your unique gifts and prepare yourself to share them in service to a bigger idea.  You’re also prepared to see and acknowledge the gifts of those around you.  In other words – your actions set into motion – the conscious creation of community.

Soul yearns for attachment, for variety in personality, for intimacy and particularity. So it is these qualities in community that the soul seeks out, and not like mindedness and uniformity.  ‑ Thomas Moore, Care of the Soul

December 11, 2022, 10:00 am MST – Online Service

The Oneness of Community! – Rev. Mark Gilbert

December 11, 2022, 10:00 am MST – Online Service Only

Please join CSL Denver this Sunday, December 11, as our good friend Rev. Mark Gilbert shares his thoughts on the Oneness of Community.

Who we acknowledge as being part of our community is a vital part of creating community.  When we see people in our community as “outside” or fail to see them at all, we limit the possibilities for our greater whole.  Whatever the perceived “difference,” there is value in making genuine connections with all people.

Science of Mind calls for us to recognize wholeness – Spirit Itself – expressing through all things.  If it is here, it is to be known.  If there is no separation, then the only real separation is my ego self-creating that illusion.  Science of Mind is the compassionate practical application of seeking to see that wholeness through all experiences, including expressions of humanity itself.

We are all different.  There is no such thing as a standard or run-of-the-mill human being, but we share the same human spirit.  – Stephen Hawking

December 18, 2022, 10:00 am MT – In-person & Online Service

The Sacred Symphony of Community! – Rev. Elzia Sekou

December 18, 2022, 10:00 a.m. MST – In-person at 216 S. Grant St., Denver, CO 80209 and Online Service

Please join CSL Denver this Sunday, December 18, as Rev. Elzia shares his thoughts on the Sacred Symphony of Community.

With a voice, comes song. With an instrument, comes music. Yet it takes an orchestra to create a symphony.  How do we begin to work together, so that we can create a larger container that demonstrates a world that works for everyone?  This begins at the individual level, but it can also be expressed at the collective level by the way we choose to be in community together.

How do we get the high view of life?  We all know what it’s like when things work together.  It’s like listening to a symphony – the greater whole does not exist without each instrument playing its part.  Elevating our thoughts away from our individual selves and into a space where we can see the greater whole, creates space for the symphony of humanity itself to truly express.

A society is a link of relationships among people and institutions, so that we can live together.  But it only works if we have a culture – which implies that we share meaning; i.e., significance, purpose, and value. Otherwise it falls apart.  – David Bohm, On Dialogue

December 25, 2022, 10:00 a.m. MDT – Online Service

Community Lights the Way! – Rev. Elzia Sekou and CSL Denver Practitioners

December 25, 2022, 10:00 a.m. MST – Online Service Only

We have a special service for you this Christmas Sunday.  Please join CSL Denver this Sunday, December 25, as Rev. Elzia Sekou and CSL Denver Practitioners Bill Carlton, Tim Hancock, Teresa Cardenas and Alice Nutter share a special Holiday meditation with you. 

We cannot work towards a “world that works for everyone” without inclusivity.  We are being called to live in a loving community with one another, recognizing each other as the gifts we are and celebrating the glory of the luminosity of life itself.

There will be some meditation with questions to help release 2022 and set our intentions for 2023.

Are You a Spiritual Seeker?

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.

Inspiring Sunday Services

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.

A Joyful Loving Community

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.

Prayer Is the Heart of Who We Are

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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Our Vision

We joyfully and lovingly express the power of wholeness!

Center for Spiritual Living Denver

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Historic Grant Avenue Building
216 South Grant Street
Denver, Co 80209
(No mail to this address, please)

Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 300416
Denver, CO 80203

Tel: 720-295-0112

Email: info@csldenver.org


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

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.