Center for Spiritual Living - Boise
June 10, 2018
MINISTER'S MESSAGE

Join Rev. Jackie this week as we begin our June series on "Joyful Living!

Also, o n June 16, we have the opportunity to stand together for equality and justice for our LGBTQ
community as we join together and march in the Boise Pride Parade. Please join us at 9:30 a.m. in front of the Capital Building and stand for the end to discrimination in all forms for our LGBTQ brothers and sisters!

Rev. Jackie Holland, Community Spiritual Leader
This Week's Musical Guest

Blaze and Kelly
These two talented singers and musicians are "fun and entertaining, soulful and real who communicate warmth and joy to their audience every time". (Dr. Viento, BSU). Voted Boise's "Most Busiest Band" by Boise Weekly, singer/songwriter, Niccole Blaze and her bassist, Mo Kelly, draw an audience with their compelling lyrics and angelic harmonies that audiences say "open your heart and tear it apart at the same time."

Join us this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. for a very special service with the dynamic duo: Blaze & Kelly!
Last Sunday At CSL
Email: prayers@cslboise.org
Call: 208-375-0791
In Person: Fill out a prayer request in church.
Our prayer team of Practitioners and Ministers will continue to pray on your request every day for 30 days.
This Week's Volunteers
We couldn't do it without you!
BOOKSTORE
Director: Deborah Whitman, RScP
Sharyn McCamish
Linda Butler

GREETERS
March McKinlay
Margie Strong
Chuck Bommarito
Jane Torres
HOSPITALITY
Set Up: Sharon Rost & Homer Wong
Servers: Alex McKinlay
Clean Up: Margie Strong
YOUTH CHURCH
Director: Lisa Compton, RScP
Nursery: Diana Anderson
Children: To Be Announced
Pre-Teens: Stephanie Porter
Teens: Shelly Durkin
BOARD MEMBER OF THE DAY
Patty Kugler
CSL HOUSE BAND
Director: Rex Miller
Phil Bowden
Paul Kreider
George Hadden
CONGREGATIONAL SINGERS
Pamela DuBois
Kimberley Ubhoff
TECHNOLOGY
Maria Blank
Mickey McKinlay
COMMUNICATIONS
Director: Donna Sheedy, RScP
E-Blast: Cheri Low
Social Media: Kerri Wade, Cheri Low
& Kim DeWit
Photographer: Cheryl Hudon
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Patty Kugler
PRACTITIONER OF THE DAY
Deborah Whitman, RScP
...and all of the unnamed volunteers who work behind the scenes
THANK YOU!
CENTER FOR SPIRITUAL LIVING - BOISE
Call the Church for details
A Course in Miracles
Noon - Sundays
Drumming Circle
Every 3rd Friday at 7pm
Support Our Musicians!
Our talented musicians play at a variety of venues through out the Treasure Valley during the week.  

To find out more, click on the link to the Musician's Websites
Prayer of the Week
In the faces of men and women I see God and in my own face in the glass; I find letters from God dropped in the street, and every one is signed by God’s name.

  ~Walt Whitman
The Enlightened Heart

As I enjoy the beautiful sun-filled morning while listening to the joyful song of the early bird, I absolutely see, feel, and hear God! The blooming flowers, the cat’s meow, the airplane overhead and the water tinkling over the rocks, all remind me that God is everywhere present in all, through all and as all.

I feel peace as I reflect on the fact that I am one with all of creation. Even greater joy for me is to know that WE ARE ALL ONE WITH LIFE and we can never be separated from Spirit. No matter how far we sometimes “stray” from this Truth, God is always with us in our every thought, word and deed.

As we move throughout our day, we celebrate our connection with each other, with nature and all of life. I accept for all of us the joy of seeing God in every face. I declare that right now, our hearts are open as the Divine Essence is gently reminding us that we are loved unconditionally. With every breath we draw, God is giving us more love! Together, as One, we create a Loving world for all. 

In gratitude I give thanks for the Truth of this prayer as I know the Power and Presence responds joyfully. With complete faith and conviction, I release my word into the Law knowing it is already done.
 
And So It Is!
Deborah Whitman, RScP
Center for Spiritual Living Boise

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Reverend Jackie Holland, Senior Minister