June Theme – Embracing Self-Care!
The Need for Self-Care! – Rev. Elzia Sekou
Sunday, June 4, 2023, 10:00 a.m. MDT – In-person and Online Service
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
There are two parking lots just south of the building, separated by an apartment building. Look for signs that say “Grant Avenue Community Center Parking.” Enter the building on the south side.
Join us online via Facebook Live or our YouTube Channel.
Street Fair Notice
¡Viva! Streets Denver (June 4, 2023)
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, Guest Musician for June
We are so excited to have our Bob Sima for Sunday music for the month of June
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.