Rev. Dr. Kenn Gordon, Spiritual Leader for Centers for Spiritual Living, was formerly the senior co-pastor of the Centre for Spiritual Living in Kelowna, British Columbia. As Spiritual Leader, Dr. Kenn is the public face of Centers for Spiritual Living, and travels worldwide to support the teaching of Science of Mind.®
Message from Dr. Kenn Gordon:
I am so glad you’re reading these words because I know it means some part of you is ready to embark on a powerful, life-transforming journey to discover who you truly are.
Centers for Spiritual Living promotes a way of life that honors all paths to Spirit. We welcome people of all ethnicities, religions, lifestyle orientations and social backgrounds. This is a place of dignity and love that communicates and celebrates the positive aspects of humankind and the world around us.
We are devoted to exploring the universal journey of self-empowerment, and believe in awakening humanity to its spiritual magnificence in order to create a world that works for everyone. Our centers and programs provide a blend of personal experience with ancient and contemporary teachings from many spiritual traditions. As a teaching philosophy, we provide spiritual tools to transform your personal life and make the world a better place.
It’s different here.
We know that as we think, so we become. As a result, at our very root we are a visionary organization and we encourage personal initiative and growth knowing that this serves as a catalyst for change and transformation.
We’re not here to judge.
If you’re looking for answers, feeling alone, frustrated, unfulfilled and empty, we are here for you. We also have a strong committed leadership team that joins us in lovingly welcoming you to our spiritual home.
We hope you’ll allow us to support you wherever you are on your path with all that is available through our dynamic and growing spiritual communities.
Rev. Dr. John Waterhouse, President of Centers for Spiritual Living, is the senior co-minister at the Center for Spiritual Living in Asheville, North Carolina. As President, Dr. John coordinates the services and communications between our centers and ministries and the rest of the global organization.
Message from Dr. John Waterhouse:
Welcome to Centers for Spiritual Living! We are an organization with over 450 spiritual communities in 30 countries. Our powerful ministers, practitioners, and leaders are here to provide you with communities of like-minded people where you can explore your own personal growth.
Based on the teachings of Ernest Holmes and Science of Mind, our spiritual communities offer classes, Sunday services, and events that will enrich your life and deepen your spirituality. We also publish two magazines and a variety of books that can help you live more fully. I urge you to explore the many spiritual resources available to you on this site.
|Director of Communications, Rev. Dr. Judy Morley
The Director of Communications oversees the Departments of Publishing, Conferences and Events, Marketing, and Websites. To contact staff members within any of these departments, click here.
|Director of Member Support and Education, Rev. Gregory Toole
The Director of Member Support and Education oversees the Departments of Education, Holmes Institute, Licensing and Credentialing, Youth Ministries, and the World Ministry of Prayer. To contact staff members within any of these departments, click here.
|Director of Operations, Steve Burton
The Director of Operations oversees the Departments of Finance, Human Resources and Administrative Services, IT, and Development. To contact staff members within any of these departments, click here.
|Leadership Council Minister, Rev. David Alexander
Rev. David became a Licensed Religious Science Practitioner in 1999, received his ministerial license in 2004 and was ordained in 2006, and affiliated with United Centers for Spiritual Living in 2007. He is the Spiritual Leader for New Thought Center for Spiritual Living, Lake Oswego, OR.
“My vision for CSL is that we thrive as a movement of inspiration and transformation. I envision this new chapter unfolding with a continued emphasis on excellence and empowerment.”
|Leadership Council Minister, Rev. Patrick Cameron
In 2002 he accepted the position of Spiritual Director of the Centre for Spiritual Living in Edmonton.
“To give birth to greater consciousness by making the Centers for Spiritual Living the world leader and premier teacher of ‘new thought’ philosophy.”
|Leadership Council Minister, Chair, Dr. Heather Clark
Dr. Heather Clark, a transformational leader who serves as Spiritual Director of the Center in San Juan Capistrano, California. She has been a minister since 1992.
“I am passionate about integration of our two organizations and believe that the healing that accompanies integration will bless everyone involved. The consciousness of unity is an attracting agent which will fuel the rapid expansion of our work in the world.”
|Leadership Council Practitioner, Vice-Chair, Deborah Gauvreau, RScP
Living in Cape Coral, Florida, Deborah is a practitioner and, her husband, Rev. Emile is the Spiritual Director of the Center for Spiritual Living Cape Coral.
“I see a world where – in our Oneness with God, heaven on earth is revealed. The Science of Mind teaching and philosophy are available to everyone.”
Leadership Council Practitioner, Tracy Brown, RScP
Tracy is a nationally recognized expert and author who works with corporate and nonprofit clients on leadership development, diversity strategy and employee engagement.
She has designed and delivered classes for CSL Dallas, for other spiritual communities, for Holmes Institute and for Asilomar. She produces and co-hosts “Say Yes to Spirit” on BlogTalkRadio and isa frequent guest host on “The Inner View.”
Tracy is a member of Center for Spiritual Living Dallas.
“Grounded in love and guided by Spirit, the Leadership Council makes strategic decisions with conscious awareness that we live in a multiethnic, multigenerational, multicultural world. We hold each other accountable for managing the delicate balancing act between Love, Leadership and Legacy. We communicate openly and often. We walk our talk.”
|Leadership Council Practitioner, Becky Moore. RScP
Becky currently has fiscal & logistical responsibilities managing an innovative teacher training program on the CSULA campus.
Becky lives in Lakewood with the love of her life Rev. Shawn Kindorf and their two little yorkies Elway & Aikman. As a practitioner Becky and Rev. Shawn serve at Harmony Center for Spiritual Living in Whittier, CA.
“I bring a peaceful presence, along with rich and deep history to the organization. We walk the talk, by living and being the Principles of SOM. We are on purpose and joyfully let our lights shine so bright that the world recognizes Itself.”
|Leadership Council Laity, Treasurer, Walter Drew
Walter has served in leadership at both the local and national levels. After serving for four years on the board of the Santa Fe Center for Spiritual Living, he was elected to the C.O.R.E. Council of UCSL.
“My vision for the Centers for Spiritual Living is that as we each step into our own spiritual magnificence, we demonstrate a mental equivalent for all humanity to step into its spiritual magnificence.”
|Leadership Council Laity, Eileen Flanigan
Eileen is currently serving on the Board of Trustee at Mile Hi Church in Denver and was honored to serve on the first four years of the Core Council for UCSL. Professionally, Eileen is a management and organizational development consultant specializing in training, leadership development, coaching, and process improvement and reengineering.
“As the leadership stays connected to Spirit, individually and collectively, the greatest idea will unfold. Our responsibility is to stay in the recognition that we truly are one mind and one heart and yet there are many ways the future can manifest. Flexibility, acceptance, persistence and ease will open the door to an organization, community and global influence beyond our dreams.”
|Leadership Council Laity, Secretary, Geoffrey Sindon
Geoff is a lay member of the Center for Spiritual Living, Westlake Village, and have been actively involved in New Thought for the last 10 years. He has practiced civil law in Southern California for 35 years, have served as ICSL's Parliamentarian for the last 5 years, and have served on ICSL's Board of Directors since December, 2010.