CSL Redding

Sunday Services: 9:00 and 10:30 AM
1905 Hartnell Avenue, Redding, CA 96002
Phone: 530-221-4849
Fax: 530-221-4840
Office Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Closed Fridays


About Us

SanctuaryThe Center for Spiritual Living, Redding, was founded in 1978, is a nonprofit organization, a member and affiliate spiritual community of Centers for Spiritual Living, formerly known as Religious Science International (Centers for Spiritual Living). On July 30, 2008, Religious Science International changed its name to International Centers for Spiritual Living at its 2008 Congressional Meeting. Later on, International Centers for Spritual Living integrated with its sister organization, United Centers for Spiritual Living and they are now Centers for Spiritual Living.In addition to the Sanctuary, the Center is currently home to the Awareness Bookstore, LightSource Village (children's cottage), Meditation Pavilion, Social Hall, a Labyrinth and administrative offices.

The Center's Vision: We inspire and empower people to live spiritually fulfilling lives.

The Center's Mission: We are a welcoming and inclusive spiritual community, teaching and living the universal principles of Science of Mind®, to be the change we know is possible for the world.

We hold two weekly Sunday services at the Center, a quieter, contemplative service at 9:00 AM and a more uptempo, musical service at 10:30 AM, as well as many classes, spiritual and social activities, seminars and other special events throughout the year. In addition, our ministers perform weddings, baby-naming or christening ceremonies, memorials/funerals and other life-passage celebrations by arrangement. You can find details about these events here on our website, or you may call our office at 530-221-4849 for more information. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, closed Fridays.

The Center hosts some interfaith events and practices, offers educational programs for all ages, provides space weekly for the facilitation of local community groups including AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) group meetings, a Buddhist meditation group and more.

The Center has sponsored and hosted inspirational speakers and presenters such as Reverend Mary Manin Morrissey, Father Leo Booth, Joan Borysenko, Ph.D., Karen Drucker, Kathy Zavada, the Peace Walker, the Buddhist Monks from Dharamsala, India, Mellon-Thomas Benedict and many more.

This Center is a member of, and a participant in, the Shasta County Interfaith Forum (SCIF).

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