About Us

About Our Spiritual Community

 

We are a New Thought Center that follows the teaching of Ernest Holmes, our founder.  We see everyone as an expression of the One God.  We are not separate from God / Spirit. Whatever name we give to the Power in the Universe is more significant than we are; we are One with It.  There is nothing to be healed, only Truth to be revealed, and that Truth is that God lives within each of us and expresses in infinitely diverse ways through each of us.  God is not out in heaven, apart from us – God is in us and all around us.  Nothing can separate us from God.  There is no such thing as sin, only missing the mark.  Making a mistake does not define our life; we live in the eternal NOW moment.  The past does not bind us.  We live in the present and have a positive expectancy of our future.

The Center of Spiritual Living Parker has been in the Parker community since January 2003.  Services are held at Cimarron Middle School each Sunday at 10 a.m. The messages and musical presentations are uplifting and life-affirming. Children enjoy their lessons of empowerment in our Youth Ministry Learning Center. We all have fun each week as we strengthen our spiritual connection to God and learn to be a positive presence in the world.

Our Leaders
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A lifelong Buckeye, Rev Stephani L. Stewart recently made a giant leap of faith and moved herself and her family to Colorado. She first entered a Center for Spiritual Living in 2009 and has been in one class or another ever since. She wanted to be a chaplain, but Spirit had other plans and she answered the call to ministry in 2016, licensing in early 2020. Now the senior minister at Center for Spiritual Living Parker in Parker, CO, Rev Stephani is devoted to pastoral care, and the spread of Science of Mind teachings into the world. It is her personal mission to be a place of safety for people to grow and become more spiritually mature. She and her wife Kimberly have been married for five years, and they recently welcomed Rev Stephani’s mother, Beverly, into their home. They have three furry children, and three grown human children.
Rev. Stephani Stewart
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