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Change is More Than Two Dimes and a Nickel


Change is More Than Two Dimes and a Nickel

Neal Klassen


“Change your thinking, change your life.

— Ernest Holmes

We all go to church or seek spiritual teachings for different reasons, but one of the main reasons is the desire to change: to change ourselves and to change the world. This Sunday, Neal Klassen talks about the process of change on both macro and micro levels.

Join Neal and the rest of the Sunday Six on July 18, 2021 at 10:30am on Facebook Live.


This Week’s Science of Mind Theme

Free Your Mind and the Rest Will Follow

Many of us have been drawn to Science of Mind and New Thought with the hope of manifesting conditions and material objects in our lives. What if affirmative prayer has always been for the purpose of freeing us from our own limited ideas and beliefs? Let treatment be the go-to tool to break the “chains of unbelief”.

Prayer is for our awareness to shift and become aware of what is actually true. We use it so we can shift what is happening in our own minds. Prayer is for us to free ourselves from wrong thinking.

When we pray for the purpose of allowing the divine wisdom within us to rise into our consciousness and guide our steps, we more fully realize our purpose as emanations of the One.


Prayers for Kelowna

We are sending out prayers for the families of those who have died in the tragic crane collapse on the Brooklyn building construction site in downtown Kelowna this past Monday. Also in our prayers are the 100 staff who were on site that day.

We send healing thoughts to the neighbouring residents, workers and business owners who witnessed the accident; the evacuees; and those whose emotional and mental health has been impacted by the shock of the incident happening so close to home.

People have been displaying empathy and respect by placing high visibility vests around the city.

There will be a public vigil at 9pm on Friday night (July 16) in the vicinity of the construction site near Bernard Avenue and St. Paul Street.

High visibility vests have been hung outside the Safeway on Bernard Avenue. (Photo by Annie Zalezsak)
High visibility vests have been hung outside the Safeway on Bernard Avenue. (Photo: Annie Zalezsak)


Everyone is invited to join CSLK community members Joanne Dallman and Laura Green on Zoom on the second and fourth Sundays of the month for a time of fellowship and connection right after our Sunday service.

The next Zoom call is on July 25th. See event details.

Meeting ID: 829 8904 5903 Passcode: fellowship


The Drop In: Coffee and Connection

Coffee and Connection is every other Thursday, and the next one is on July 22 from 10am to 11am. Join Dr. Deborah Gordon and friends for an opportunity to chat with members of our CSLK community, about whatever is on your mind!

Meeting ID: 84822529807

Passcode: connection


Practitioner of the Week

If you are looking for one-to-one prayer treatment support for ANYTHING that might be going on for you, (including inviting more good into your life), contact our designated Practitioner of the Week directly via email with your prayer request. This week is Rev. Gwen Smith at This is a powerful service from our dedicated Practitioners. Thank you!


CSLK’s Weekly Happenings

Sunday Meditation is on the first and third Sunday of each month. The next meditation is on July 18th, from 9:45am to 10:05am.

Meeting ID: 824 2377 7379

Password: meditation


Our Sunday Celebrations are at 10:30am on Facebook Live. Visit our page at and scroll down until you see the video. (The replay can be watched later on YouTube.)


Our children's VIBE program is on hiatus.


We are so Grateful for your Support!

We’re thankful for the many ways we are able to accept donations:

  1. On our website via PayPal or credit card.

  2. Through Interac money transfers sent to

  3. By CAFT automatic transfers directly from the bank.

  4. Cheques can be mailed to: Suite 131, 101-1865 Dilworth Drive, Kelowna, BC V1Y 9T1.

For more information, please contact our treasurer, Derek Hinchliffe.



You will walk out of your self-imposed prison only to discover that the door was never really locked and the windows were not actually barred. You were bound merely by chains of unbelief.

— Ernest Holmes


Copyright © 2021, Centre for Spiritual Living Kelowna. All rights reserved.

Vol. 30. Issue 29 | Editor: Annie Zalezsak

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