Sunday Celebration Service for Children
11:00 am to 12 noon
CSL classes for children and youth provide a very loving and caring environment for children, while they make discoveries about themselves and Divine Spirit within.
We provide a very loving environment for your children, tweens and teens can make discoveries about themselves and the Universe within all things. Ultimately, YFM is about learning, sharing, and experiencing the joy!
The YFM Program is located in the lower level of the church, which also houses shares fellowship hall. There is a separate room for children 3-9 and a tween room. Children meet as a whole group and will be separated into age appropriate groups.
See our new Y&F blog on the Blog page featuring our newest curriculum.
Mission and Vision Statement
The Youth and Family Ministry (YFM) at Center for Spiritual Living is dedicated to the spiritual unfoldment of our world’s most precious resource our children. Our mission is to provide a positive, loving environment for our children and youth to make discoveries about themselves and come to know Divine Spirit is within all things and beings.
The YFM team is committed to creating and providing an extraordinary family experience for those who attend CSL. We view our ministry as people who care for our young and honor our elders. We are intentionally inclusive of all families and welcome those who may or may not be parents to participate in our diverse programs. Ultimately, YFM is about learning, sharing and having lots of fun!
We are so grateful that you have chosen to become part of our church family! Please feel free to contact Reverend Dr. Frances Lorenz with any questions, concerns, or feedback email or call the church at (253) 383-3151.
CSL Sunday School provides children and youth with the spiritual tools they need to live joyful, successful lives.
Sunday mornings in the classrooms at the Center for Spiritual Living include a curriculum that integrates prayer, meditation, virtues training, and the Science of Mind principles. Children and tweens are encouraged to search for their individual understanding of Spirit through books, music, crafts, movement expression, and class discussion, and to find ways to practice the Science of Mind principles in their own lives.