Upcoming Events

An Easter Experience for the Whole Family

Awaken to a Joyous Easter Sunday!

Together, we will celebrate an awareness of Light, Love, and Christ Consciousness through a beautiful and uplifting metaphysical perspective of the Easter Story. Dr. Heather will present her powerful message of The Science of Christ illustrated with inspiring music by the Jewel Tones Choir and our center’s band. Children and teens are welcome to join their parents in the sanctuary, or share in a special Easter message in Youth Church followed by an egg hunt! Everyone is Welcome!

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Collective Meditation for Peace

Be an instrument of Peace

peacegarden4To be the peace we wish to see in the world, the Center for Spiritual Living Capistrano Valley is offering group meditation sessions during the season for nonviolence, which started on January 30th and continues until April 4th.

Through meditation and contemplation we know that peace consciousness expands. We are ready and willing to be the light of peace in the world and hope that you will join us.


Collective Meditations for Peace schedule:

Mondays, 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. with Dr. Heather Clark

Tuesdays, 6:15 to 6:45 p.m. with Kathy Storey, RScP and Toni Sparks, RScp

Thursdays, 10 to 10:30 a.m. with Rev. Pattie Mercado

Everyone and anyone is welcome. For more information contact Rev. Pattie Mercado

To learn more about the Collective Meditation for Peace read Dr. Heather’s blog, “Heart of Peace”. 

Click here to learn more about the Centers for Spiritual Living Peace Initiative, Heart of Peace. 

Music and Mythology: Purpose and Action

Wednesday, March 22 at 7PM

Anton Mizerak and Laura Berryhill present a talk with integrated music at the weekly Wednesday’s Wisdom Service

Anton Mizerak anAnton&Laurad Laura Berryhill live in Mount Shasta. Since 2010 they
have toured extensively as a duo, performing to acclaim at over 450 venues
throughout the Western states and performing at their own venue on Mount
Shasta for hundreds of spiritual pilgrims.

Our talk features stories from three mythological traditions – Native
American, Celtic and Tibetan Buddhist.  Through these stories we examine
three different types of transformation and some various stages that
present in most transformative experiences.

Anton Mizerak studied History of Religions from the phenomonological
approach, receiving an MA from UCLA.  Laura Berryhill holds an MA in Music

History from the University of Oregon.  The two of them have given
hundreds of transformation healing music events throughout the western
states and at their own performance venue in Mount Shasta for the past
four years.

Coming Home – Awakening to Spirit

A support meeting designed for the new and long-term persons in sobriety to ‘reawaken’ our connection to Spirit, or our Higher Power. All are invited, even those who have never had problems with drugs or alcohol, as we can all benefit from the experiences and support of others in our community.

The format of this meeting will be general discussions of the problems we face in life, finding sobriety day-by-day and awakening our consciousness to help improve our lives.

Meeting will consist of meditation and sharing, then learning how gratitude can benefit us, and how to surrender problems to awaken to gratitude. We will learn how to connect with all of our relations for healing.

Facilitated by Gene & Joyce Fournier Stone.

This is a non-smoking facility and meeting.


Join us at 8 a.m. on Fridays  at The Center for Spiritual Living Capistrano Valley

1201 Puerta Del Sol, San Clemente, CA 92673



Current and Upcoming Classes

Class: “From Whence We Came”

Join Rev. Michael Heinlee for this ten-week class exploring the history of New Thought. If you like history, then From Whence We Came is a course you will find most interesting. You won’t have to memorize dates or place names. The history is one of ideas, which converged in American culture to become what we now know as Religious Science and the larger New Thought movement. These ideas originally arose before recorded history, but were rediscovered in the 19th century by some notable people whose works are read and discussed in this course. These great luminaries of New Thought were the first to frame them in words and make them accessible to the general public.

Class Title: From Whence We Came

Class Day and Time:  Tuesday evening, 7:00 p.m.

Class Duration: 10 weeks; March 21 – June 6  (no class April 18 or May 30)

Class Location: Center for Spiritual Living Capistrano Valley

Class Facilitator: Rev. Michael Heinle 

Class Tuition: check with the instructor

Class Materials: Science of Mind, Ernest Holmes; Emerson’s Essays, Ralph Waldo Emerson; The Edinburgh Lectures, Thomas Troward, Scientific Christian Mental,

We are excited to welcome Rev. Michael Heinlee, Assistant Minister at the Seal Beach Center for Spiritual Living as a guest teacher!

Rev. Michael Heinlee, Guest Teacher



Treat Yourself to Life
Join Reverend Judee Chapman for this powerful eight-week class based on Raymond Charles Barker’s book “Treat Yourself to Life”.

book cover imageStudents experience the joy of harnessing the Power for Good in the Universe by learning to use affirmative prayer effectively and with purpose. Positive, practical tools are given to change unwanted patterns and bring greater good into the basic areas of living: Health, Prosperity, Relationships, and Creative Expression.

Class Title: Treat Yourself to Life

Class Day and Time:  Monday evening, 6:30 p.m.

Class Duration: 8 weeks; March 6 – April 24

Class Location: Center for Spiritual Living Capistrano Valley

Class Facilitator: Rev. Judee Chapman

Class Tuition: Credit: $200.00 or No Credit: Love offering

Class Materials: Book: “Treat Yourself to Life”, by Raymond Charles Barker



The next Practitioner Training is scheduled to begin in September 2017 with the one-year course: The Inner Journey. This class will be facilitated by Rev. Dr. Heather Clark

Events Calendar

Theme for 2017: Values Based Spiritual Living “We stand together in a shared commitment and devotion to our spiritual principles, practices, and values.” For the Sunday Service Topic and Guest Musician click on the event title.

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