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Dedicated to a sacred teaching that proclaims a loving and universal God, whose healing presence is always right where we are. We honor all spiritual walks that do not judge others or declare there is only one right way to experience the Divine.

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Valuing the Gift

            When an unexpected situation arises, such as “required time at home” during the current Covid-19 lockout, having not anticipated this opportunity, it may take some focusing to step away from the predictions and warnings and develop a new daily routine.  For instance, it took me four days of noodling around the house to realize I could do some annual spring garden tasks.  It turns out that looking out the office window and knowing that behind the vanity fence, the composting system is cleaned up and ready for the coming year is quite satisfying.  Addressing the pile of ironing and the shoes needing a good shine also bring a smile of gratification.  Guiding my 12-year-old grandson through him first attempt at making a German chocolate cake, the product of which delighted the entire household, entertained us both.

            Addressing the practical issues of a household does please one’s sense of order and accomplishment; however, in a time of anxiety, perhaps bordering on fear, we are best served by including in our daily routine some meditative time and or the reading of uplifting materials.  Jokes in the New Yorker; the book on quantum physics that seemed interesting in the bookstore, but daunting on the coffee table; the well-worn texts of New Thought writers, such as Emmett Fox, Gregg Braden, and Neville Goddard may call for a reread; myths and fairytales that Jung and Edinger remind us have thoughtful messages that apply to our daily living, all will feed our heart and brain.

            Viewing this time of enforced isolation as an opportunity not a _________ invites Truth to unfold in our hearts and minds.  Affirmative statements such as “Today’s gift to me is ______.” opens doors, unfolds realizations, reminds us of important to us individually: memories, ideas, dreams.  Giving thanks for the opportunities that each day brings will manifest surprising and heartwarming gifts. Namaste  (I bow to the Divine in You.)

Betsy Morgan

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Our Mission

Elevating spiritual consciousness through education, prayer, meditation and compassionate service – in our center, our community and beyond; empowered by love and ever conscious of our Oneness in God.

What Is


The teaching of Divine Science is just as true today as it was over a hundred years ago when the founders had their realization of the Omnipresence of God and healing. It is a practical teaching that can be practiced and applied to everyday living to improve our relationship with God within our self, with others, and in the world around us.


Is Divine Science Christian?

Yes, but not in the way you might be used to. We believe Jesus was an extraordinary example of what we can all achieve, as he himself taught. But we do not believe he was sacrificed for our sins, or that he was “God’s only son”. We are all God’s children.

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Education is the first goal of our mission. We believe that the first step to living a spiritually fulfilled life is understanding spiritual principles, and how they help us get from where we are to where we want to be. Through our liberating classes and workshops, you can follow a proven path to spiritual freedom and happiness.

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