We are a loving Spiritual Sanctuary where everyone is welcome. We celebrate the abundance of life through study, inspiration, gratitude, and service. With open hearts and minds we participate in self-transformation for a world that works for everyone.
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8-14-2016 – How to Train Your Dragon – Rev. Joshua Reeves
What We Offer:
Two Sunday services: 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Both services include the same Sunday message and music. We also have a Wednesday Evening Service at 6:30 p.m.
Youth church for elementary ages at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Middle school ages at 11:00 a.m. only.
Outreach activities to help those in need in our community
Weddings, memorials, and other ceremonies with ministerial and coordinative support.
Licensed Spiritual Practitioners available for prayer support
The Seal Beach Spirit Singers Choir
What’s Going On At SBCSL?
August 28, 2016
Your Unguarded Treasure
Rev. Joshua Reeves
Music: Sunny Daye and Alan Busteed
August 31, 2016 6:30 pm
Wednesday Evening Spiritual Practices Service
Aug 31 Rev Donna Baranyay
Allowing My Light to Shine, the Power of Story
Upcoming Events and Classes:
August 28, 2016 12:30 pm
In September Practitioner Studies will begin. If you believe you have taken the required number of prerequisite classes or have questions please contact Rev. Josh. firstname.lastname@example.org or 562-598-3325.
August 30, 2016 6:30 pm
This 7-week course explores the topic of spiritual richness and spiritual principles of giving and receiving. This class also addresses the student’s personal relationship with money and success and how to improve it.
Youth Church News
What’s going on in Youth Church this July?
The exploration of Spirituality. What is Spirituality? There are many ways of describing or defining spirituality, and they aren’t really that different. The essence of spirituality can be anchored in one simple concept. Spirituality is an acknowledgement of the inner cosmos, resulting in a deep connection to inseparable oneness. Eric Butterworth said, “The one thing a fish can never find is water, and the one thing man can never find is God.” Spirituality can be described as the way in which a fish might go about acknowledging water, and the way in which man might go about acknowledging God. During the month of July we will be exploring the different ways we can acknowledge the awe of the Universe, while deepening our individual definitions of Spirituality.
-April McAllister, RScP
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Latest Blog Posts From Rev. Joshua Reeves
My theme for August messages is “Overcoming the Dragons Within.” Dragons in folklore are often creatures that protect great treasures. The hero slays the dragon, or lures it to sleep, or perhaps even... Read More