The CSLC invites all people, wherever they are on their spiritual path, to attend a variety of interfaith programs aimed at building and strengthening one’s relationship with God. CSLC’s Director, Rev. Kathleen Cullen believes, “the most important thing in the world is a person’s relationship with God.” Whether you attend church regularly, occasionally, or not at all, the CSLC may be for you. Upcoming offerings include: meditation, yoga, tai chi, prayer forms, folk sing along, stress management/relief, discussion on the spiritual dimensions of
In a recent program entitled the “Epiphany Walk of Light” participants moved between five different stations reading and reflecting on contemplative questions. In the candlelit room, a Tibetan chime signaled the move to a new station. Participants were then given the opportunity to share their experiences, if they desired to do so. On December 30 participants ushered in the New Year during a program called, “Guided Reflection on the Old – Prayer for the New”. Participants sat in a candlelit room and were asked to jot down thoughts about the year that had passed, and about hopes and dreams for the year to come. Most recently, Chris Vlangas of Riverflow Studio, Hooksett led a relaxing evening of yoga. The gentle stretching and soft music focused on balancing the mind, body and spirit.
The Community Spiritual Life Center programs are free of charge and are held on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 – 8:30 at 7 North Mast Street, across from Sully’s Superette, in Goffstown. If you would like more information on the CSLC and its programs please call 497-2003 or email at email@example.com.
Community Spiritual Life Center Programs for March
The Center's Tuesday evening programs, held at 7 North Mast Street, cover all aspects of body, mind, and spirit. See Calendar at right. There are four general core program themes offered each month:
Special Events: In addition, throughout the year, we host special events such as retreats and quiet days. (Let us know if you'd like to be notified about these.) During the summer recess, occasional programs are offered as participation indicates. These may include a walking group, stargazing, and more.
The Center is open to ideas for programmatic offerings that remain true to its mission: To provide opportunities for all who seek to go deeper in their spiritual journey and to be more open to the power of the Spirit. Use our contact form to make suggestions for topics, speakers and special events.