Spiritual Life Center has a wide variety of small groups that have been created by congregants, just like yourself. These groups invite like-minded people to meet and establish a greater connection.
A Course In Miracles
Mondays at 6:30 - 8 p.m.
If you want more peace in our life, consider attending this weekly text study group facilitated by Sally Scion. You do not need your own book to attend. We have extras to share. Join the group in Mighty Networks.
Co-Dependency Discussion Group
Tuesdays at 1 - 2:30 p.m.
Weekly in-depth conversation on how co-dependency affects our lives in-person at SLC with Wanda McGuire.
Thursdays at 10 - 11:30 a.m.
With Rev. Deborah Phillips.
Unity Prayer Service
Thursdays at 11:45 - Noon
With Rev. Deborah Phillips.
The Urantia Book Discussion Group
Wednesdays at 4 p.m.
This group began meeting in January of this year. Because this book is a difficult read, we started with the fourth part - the Life and Teaching of Jesus which is more accessible as most readers have familiarity with this subject. When we have completed this part, we will begin reading from the beginning. Potential participants should not be put off because this appears to be a difficult read. Every effort is made to make the material understandable.
Power of Silence Meditation
Thursdays at 6 - 7 p.m.
Are you looking for a way to know the Truth of your being more deeply? Is it hard to get into the practice of being in the Silence by yourself? I invite you to come together with your Spiritual Community in a practice of Silence. We meet weekly to take a deep dive into the Silence together.
We begin with a short meditation to lead us into the Silence. We sit in the Silence together for 45 minutes. In the Silence, our minds and our bodies relax, and we are present for what arises. It is your opportunity to pay attention to our inner nature, the Truth that we are. This time in the Silence is a gift you give to yourself.
This time not only nourishes our spiritual being. Studies show that a committed practice of Silence not only has spiritual benefits, but it also nourishes our physical and emotional wellbeing. Silence helps new brain cells in the hippocampus to grow. These are responsible for the formation of emotions. Silence helps activate the brain, and helps the transfer of information from the short-term memory to long-term memory. Silence is a natural anti-stress remedy. It is vital for our brains, and just what we need to regenerate our tired brains and bodies. It’s what brings our Body, Mind, and Spirit into alignment.
But, here’s the deal: we have to do it! Come join us in the Silence. Drop-ins welcome. Love Offering.
Raising Our Social Consciousness Book Club
Fridays at 10 - 11:30 a.m. via Zoom
Raising Our Social Consciousness Book Club seeks to explore the experiences of different populations in the United States. The group is facilitated in a way to ensure emotional safety for all participants while learning about new and sometimes challenging material.
Lavender Lights LGBTQIA+ Allies Community
Meetings Coming Again Soon
We reach out to LGBT individuals who are searching for connection and friendship through fellowship, social activities and community outreach.
Women of Spirit
First Saturdays at 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Join us to celebrate our sisterhood, make new friends, laugh, play, and grow together. Women of Spirit meets each month on-site or by Zoom depending on the monthly program.
Men of Spirit
Third Saturdays at 9. - 10 a.m. via Zoom
Join us to share practical ways to apply spiritual principles that we face in today's world. Men of Spirit meets each month by Zoom and is facilitated by Rick Mercer and Paul Sanchez.
Meets Regularly for Special Events
Interfaith Explorers builds bridges by providing interfaith education and by supporting events of different faith traditions in the greater Sacramento region. Explore Interfaith traditions to expand your understanding of universal spirituality and our oneness.