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About 

Who We Are  •  What We Believe  •  Our Vision

Our Vision

Spiritual Life Center is a loving, vibrant family that welcomes home all people and accepts everyone — no  exceptions.
 
Weaving ancient spiritual traditions with emerging wisdom, we cultivate a spiritual deepening with The Divine, each other, and the planet.

Our Mission

Spiritual Life Center's mission as an Interfaith Unity Community is to:
 
"Transform Lives to Make a Positive Difference in the World as We Love, Serve and Remember."
Love

Love God, ourselves, each other and our planet.

 

Serve

The love of God is expressed through service to others and by

preparing conscious leaders who will inspire our future generations.

 

Remember

We are one with God. All life is sacred. Each person is empowered to fulfill his

or her divine purpose while living passionately, loving generously, and serving joyfully.

Diversity Inclusion Statement

Our Diversity & Inclusion Statement

Written by Donna Balliet Norris with
Contributions by Linda Paoli and Carol Manson
Adopted by Spiritual Life Center’s Board of Trustees on June 22, 2023

At Spiritual Life Center we commit to a climate of purposeful inclusion, an environment where all feel safe, valued, cared for and given an opportunity to form meaningful connections with each other.

 

We believe that God’s love extends to all people and all people are of sacred worth. We celebrate the diversity of humanity and see our differences as gifts that enrich our mission and help us to grow.

 

People of every race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical appearance, religious and cultural background, economic status, ability and disability are valued, invited, and fully included.

 

Through our words and actions, we stand against all forms of oppression and respect the dignity of every human being.

 

Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on the journey of faith, there is a place for you here at Spiritual Life Center.  Your soul is welcome here!

Our Unity Principles

1. God is absolute good and everywhere present.

2. People are inherently good.

3. Our thoughts create our experiences.

4. Prayer and meditation are how we connect with God.

5. We must take action.

 
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