Sunday Service

2020 Spiritual Vision

Bridges That Last

Cosmic Connections


Rev Dr. Raymont Anderson


Teporah Bilezikian


Heather Jones, RScP

Bridges That Last

Science of Mind Point of View

“Think of the world’s oldest bridges. What makes them last through the test of time? A good foundation, the right materials, an engineer inspired to build something that will last for centuries. The same can be said for building lasting, heart-felt and healthy relationships. Building bridges that last is the process of creating sustainable, collaborative community partnerships. Building a bridge for a world that works for everyone.”

We believe in the unity of all life, and that the highest God and the innermost God is one God. We believe that God is personal to all who feel this indwelling presence (Holmes, 1927, “Declaration of Principles” first published in Science of Mind Magazine).

Supporting Quotes

There is but one Presence in the universe. Since It is in and through everything, It must be in and through you. This Presence manifests Itself in and through all forms, all people, all conditions. This Presence is Life Itself. Its nature is love and givingness (Holmes, This Thing Called You, 1948, p. 114.3).

“How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!” (Psalms 133:1, Christian Bible, NIV)

Call to Action

We are here together by Divine Appointment. We are here together in right and perfect timing. We recognize the unity that is expressed so beautifully by each unique and individual trait that makes up our wholeness. It is from this place of honoring one another and delighting in our variances that we can come together to create a world that supports the highest good of all beings. Let us stand together on this foundation of mutual and unconditional positive regard. Let us stand together and, from this place, begin to realize the splendor of life that fulfills the greatest needs and desires of everyone.

Weekly Affirmation

“I am an important part of the whole in a world that works for everyone. Who I am, makes a difference.”

Event details

  • Sunday | October 25, 2020
  • 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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