Memorial Celebration for Raymond Braziel — November 4th

Raymond Braziel

Raymond Braziel, our dear friend and oldest SLC member passed on to his new life in Spirit on Sunday, October 21st. He will be so missed! A memorial will follow the November 4th Sunday service, with refreshments in the Fellowship Hall afterward.

Upcoming Sunday Speakers

October 28, 11 a.m. Pot Luck after the service.
Rev. Dr. Katherine R.B. Greysen was ordained a Science of Mind minister this past November. She received her Ph.D. in 2007 and left academic administration to teach Communication Studies at Haywood Community College. She's a great speaker and will share on "Is This Internal or External Interference?"

November 4, 11 a.m.
Memorial Celebration for Raymond Braziel after the service. Rev. Randy Doster is an ordained minister with United Metaphysical Churches, a spiritual healer and an intuitive counselor. He and his partner Mark own the Meditation Center in Sylva. Randy will speak on "God is Light, You are Light."

November 11, 11 a.m.
Corey James is from Los Angeles where he spent 1½ years in an ashram studying Indian scriptures and gaining spiritual wisdom. He is an artist currently living in Highlands and owns Corey James Gallery. He'll speak on "Hindu Spirituality: Bagavad Gita & Vaishnava." Let's welcome him to SLC!

November 18, 11 a.m.
Kim May has worked as a personal fitness trainer for over 30 years. She has studied Earnest Holmes and Native American spirituality since 1988. She is a dynamic speaker who will share on "High Vibrations — Redirecting Our Energy to Uplift & Create our Lives Deliberately."

November 25, 11 a.m. Thanksgiving pot Luck after the service.
Bill Groves was ordained a Catholic priest in 1980. In 1990 he left the priesthood to become a licensed addictions counselor. Bill moved to Franklin in 2012 and has happily been our Office Manager ever since. He'll speak on "The Creator, Creation, & Spirituality." Read his article "The Creator & Spirituality" in our October newsletter.

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 seek to develop our highest selves by continuous sharing of spiritual ideas, in an environment of unconditional love and respect for others.