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Creating a World that Works for Everyone

At CSL Kelowna, we believe that by contributing to the greater good, we all benefit.

As a self-sustaining non-profit, we believe that as we give, so we receive. This is an active principle in our community, which means that collectively we give back in various ways to those within the City of Kelowna, and beyond.

Community Service

Social Justice Initiatives

  • BC Thanksgiving Food Drive, gathering and sorting food for the Kelowna Food Bank

  • Kelowna Pride Society’s annual festival – Christmas fundraiser for Briton School which serves children in the Mukuru Kwa Njega slum in Nairobi, Kenya

  • Talks underway to establish Interfaith Kelowna, a collective focused on addressing and bringing to light faith-based issues and concerns in the city

Holding Hands

Health and Healing

  • Member of the Kelowna General Hospital Spiritual Advisory Team since 2011

    • providing spiritual services for those experiencing mental health challenges

    • providing spiritual support to hospital patients

    • advising and supporting KGH Spiritual Health Practitioner

  • Instrumental in the 2017 establishment of KGH’s multi-faith sacred space

Flowers Candles Funeral

Death and Dying

  • Volunteer training for Central Okanagan Hospice Association

  • 10+ years conducting Hospice’s monthly Celebration of Life events

  • End of life support for anyone nearing end of life and their families, offering presence, prayer and support

  • Co-creator of the city’s annual Walk of Memories, which honours loved ones and supports people on their healing journey with grief

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CSL Kelowna Extends its Reach to Africa

In 2022, our community entered a partnership by making a monthly financial contribution to Centre for Spiritual Living Kenya, a thriving Centre in the heart of Africa where a growing number of people are eager to learn Science of Mind principles and apply them to their lives.

As we come together as one with new friends across the globe, we remember that we really are one global community!

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