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Wednesday Evening Service - 7 pm in-person at the Center

Wednesday, March 15

7:00 pm - 7:45 pm PDT

Rev. Russ explores today's reading from The Science of Mind in a Year.

First, some background:

The Science of Mind in a Year follows the daily selected readings from the "Science of Mind" textbook, teaching, and philosophy, written by Ernest Holmes. The book includes an outline for daily readings compiled by Rev. Edward Viljoen to guide readers through the complete text in a year. This powerful teaching has been a tool for my growth and spiritual transformation, leading me to a joyful, happy, and prosperous life. May you know the blessing of your own journey with every choice you make.

Tonight here is music meditation, baked bread, snacks, community, and engagement.  Rev. Russ has prepared a worksheet to help us explore THE WORKING OF THE LAW!  It sounds ominous to some, but once understood, becomes an adventure of inner learning.

Join us in the sanctuary at the Center from 7 to 7:45 pm for a mid-week spiritual boost. Enjoy music, prayer, spiritual practice, a message, and more. In-person only. The service is not broadcast or recorded.


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