Sunday Celebration Service
Meditation at 10:00am
Services at 10:30am
Sunday Nov 19 – Eugenie Holden, RScP
Sunday Nov 26 – Rev. Willa Barber Johnson
Sunday Dec 3 – Dr. Evelyn Wesley, RScP
Sunday Dec 10 – Champion Fleming, RScP
Sunday Dec 17 – Rai Jordan, RScP
Sunday Dec 24 – Rev. Elouise Oliver
Sunday Dec 31 – James Jeffley
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The East Bay Church of Religious Science is dedicated to the spiritual transformation of the entire planet
We are committed to being a point of empowerment allowing Spirit to direct every thought, word, deed, and action for personal transformation. A member of the Centers for Spiritual Living, our purpose is to make available the knowledge and practice of the Science of Mind to all people by fostering their spiritual, cultural and general well being, and to provide facilities for public worship, education and fellowship.
Our Guiding Principles
We believe that the universe is spiritual and has intelligence, purpose, beauty, and order. Our beliefs are in harmony with all the world’s great spiritual teachings, and we honor all paths to God. Whether we call it God, Spirit, Energy, or Universal Intelligence, we are ever conscious that all people, places, and things emanate from this Universal Intelligence that is within us and all around us.
At East Bay, we teach people how to have a personal relationship with God. When we are deeply connected with Spirit, other areas of our lives fall into place — we can do more for others, be better stewards of the Earth, and bring more peace and harmony to the world.
We practice a New Thought philosophy that incorporates affirmative prayer, meditation, healing, visioning, and other spiritual tools to help you lead a spiritual life, think positively, and love deeply. As a member of our community, you’ll find the spiritual tools to transform your personal life and make the world a more peaceful, harmonious, and prosperous place.
Our teachings incorporate the ancient wisdom of all the spiritual traditions through the ages. People of all spiritual paths Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, New Thought and others are welcome in our communities.
Member of the Centers for Spiritual Living
East Bay Church is a member of the Centers for Spiritual Living, dedicated to helping individuals discover the spiritual tools and an inner Power to transform lives and make the world a better place.
We teach the Science of Mind, which offers a practical spiritual teaching that draws on the wisdom of the ages and New Thought principles, in order to promote awakening and personal growth. Whatever your lifestyle or spiritual path, you are welcomed. Our spiritual communities are ready to embrace, love, and accept you as you are. Everyone is included on the path to God! Our PURPOSE is to awaken humanity to its spiritual magnificence. Our VISION is a world that works for everyone.Our MISSION is to provide spiritual tools for personal and global transformation.
If you are looking for a warm, dynamic, loving community of like-minded people, we encourage you to Visit the East Bay Church and claim the life your soul is seeking. Learn more about the Centers for Spiritual Living at www.csl.org.
10:00am located behind the stage in the sanctuary.
10:00am in the Rev. Elouise Bldg.
Spanish Language Services
Every 3th Sunday
Meditation at 12:30pm
Service at 12:45pm
Followed by a potluck
6:15 to 6:30pm Meditation
6:30 to 7:30pm Service
Followed by a community potluck