Upcoming Sunday Speakers

We have resumed in-person services. We are also streaming our services via Zoom for those of you who feel more comfortable participating from home.

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February 12, 11 a.m.
Jamie Ramsey will speak on Love. Jamie currently works in various nursing homes in Western NC as a Clinical Psychologist, previously having worked and lived on various reservations for Indian Health Service over 5 years with her beautiful, growing family. An avid traveler, she has lived in Europe, Canada, and various states — connecting with the spirits of the land, ancestors, and sacred sites. Jamie has been involved in interfaith groups, loving to learn about religions and other cultures with a spiritualist background, and she feels the strongest passion for pagan/indigenous ways. She was particularly fortunate to learn from Native Elders, to better help their People. Constantly seeking spiritual growth, she is also a Second Degree Cabot Witch/Priestess.

February 19, 11 a.m.
Melody Cooper is originally from New York City, and now lives near Asheville. She began studying piano at age 7 and has had professional training for piano, harp, and voice. She has a diverse background in all styles of music, with 40 years of experience singing jazz. She was formerly music director at Unity of the Keys.

February 26, 11 a.m.
Kim May is a Science of Mind Practitioner, Author, Speaker, Personal Fitness Trainer, and Workshop Facilitator. She has worked as a Personal Fitness Trainer for over 30 years, incorporating a mind, body, and spirit approach to her work. Kim started studying Dr. Ernest Holmes in 1988, as well as Native American Spirituality. Both have influenced her tremendously. In 2010, she was introduced to Ester and Jerry Hicks and the Abraham material, finding immediate resonance there. Today Kim teaches through public speaking, facilitating workshops and personal training. Her main focus is personal empowerment and tools for the self. Her passion is to assist herself and others toward vibrant living through love, choice, and awareness.

Our Vision

The Spiritual Light Center is a peaceful and joyful fellowship of individuals, centered in love, dedicated to the God within, and honoring the many paths to truth.

Our Mission

We are developing our highest selves by continuous sharing of spiritual ideas, in an environment of unconditional love and respect for others.