CSL Granada Hills – Welcome Home

Center for Spiritual Living Granada Hills

The Center for Spiritual Living Granada Hills’ mission is to celebrate the divinity in everyone.

Our Center for Spiritual Living in Granada Hills offers a warm welcome to all people in search of a spiritual community where they are embraced, affirmed and accepted for who they are, as well as inspired and supported to grow into their highest potential.

Welcome from Rev. Michael McMorrow   

I’m so grateful you are taking the time to visit Center for Spiritual Living Granada Hills.

The experience of Religious Science is much more than a church experience; it is a way of life – one that our founder, Dr. Ernest Holmes, intended to be used by all religions, creeds, ethnic backgrounds and walks of life. As we say every Sunday, “We honor all who are on their spiritual pathway who practice their beliefs in faith and love.” We offer opportunities for personal growth and insight, so that each person who shares our adventure is equipped to handle life’s challenges from a place of strength and confidence.

in addition to our Wednesday and Sunday services, we also offer on-going classes and workshops supporting the Truth that we are whole, perfect, and complete just as we are. There is nothing we need to heal; there is only some greater Truth to be revealed.

I welcome your visit to our “Center with a Heart” on Sunday or Wednesday, as well as Monday through Thursday from 9:00 to 5:00. My door is always open.

Sunday Services

Early Service                                      9:00am
Meditation                                        10:00am
Second Service                                 10:30am
Youth Services                                  10:30am

    Wednesday Evening Service:

Get Real and Heal Meditation~ 7:00pm
with Rev. Mike McMorrow

Recurring Monthly Meetings:

Animal Kinship-                            2nd Saturday at 1:00 pm
Healing Support Group-             2nd Sunday at 1:00 pm
Abraham Hicks Study Group-    3rd Sunday at 2:00 pm
Bereavement Support Group-   4th Sunday at 1:00 pm
Course in Miracles-                      Saturdays at 9:30 am


Live stream with us Sundays at 10:30 AM:
Watch here.

View previous archived services on our YouTube Channel.


Upcoming Events & Classes

Please sign up for all events in Sparks’ Fellowship Hall
Or call / email our office to register

Activity: Dia de los Muertos (Youth Group)
Sunday, Oct. 21 & Oct. 28. 10:30 am

Our youth group will be making puppets & paper flowers  and learning about the holiday, its meaning and the importance of respecting ancestry, for our Dia de los Muertos celebration.
Open to the community. Drop-ins welcome. Please arrive on time.
Cost: None
Facilitator: Diana Contreras

Activity: Family Movie Night- Pixar’s Coco
Saturday, Oct. 27. 6:00 pm

Bring the kids and join us for a screening of Pixar’s Coco in honor of Dia de los Muertos. We will have traditional snacks of pan dulce and hot chocolate too.
Open to the community. Drop-ins welcome. Please arrive on time.
Cost: None
Facilitator: Diana Contreras

Activity: Samhain- Celtic Remembrance Ceremony
Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 7:00 pm

Join us as we honor the traditional meaning of Halloween, as we honor those who have passed.
Light refreshments will be served following the service.
Open to the community. Drop-ins welcome. Please arrive on time.
Cost: None
Facilitator: Rev. Jeannie Hoffman

Dia de los Muertos Procession & Ofrenda Ritual
Friday, Nov. 2. 5:00 pm- 8:00 pm

All are welcome to join this free community wide event. All ages welcome.
Community Procession, Ofrenda Ritual, Music and Puppet Show followed by Pan Dulce & Hot Chocolate.
Dia de los Muertos attire suggested. Bring candles, etc. and offering for the altar.
5:00 pm– Meet at Granada Hills Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park (corner of Zelzah Ave. & Chatsworth St.)
5:30 pm– Procession starts (0.3 miles down Chatsworth St. to the Center for Spiritual Living Granada Hills)
6:00 pm- Ofrenda ritual, music program and children’s puppet show
7:00 pm- Pan dulce, hot chocolate and socializing.

Facilitator: Rev. Michael McMorrow & Diana Contreras



Class: Building a Healing Consciousness
(8) Mondays, Sept. 10- Oct. 29, 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm

In this 8 week interactive & personally relevant course, you’ll gain a greater understanding of your place in the Spiritual System and the part that consciousness plays in demonstrating greater good.
On a practical basis, this course offers the opportunity to set an intention for concrete demonstration of good, and to study the tools for achieving this demonstration. Emphasis is given to use of the Law of Mental Equivalents, Spiritual Mind Treatment and the qualities of living a spiritual life.
Open to the community. No late adds
Cost: $260 (Payment plans available.)
Facilitators: Rev. Jessica Fish & Rev. Kathy Lyons
Class is closed

Class: Exploring Roots with Rev. Mike
(10) Tuesdays, Sept. 18- Nov. 27, 7:00 pm- 9:00 pm

The roots of Science of Mind run deep and wide, through the religions, philosophies, literature, legends and science of humankind. They are Universal Truths, Universal Principles, which were encountered, recognized, synthesized and structured into “a philosophy, a faith a way of life.”

This 10 week course will enhance your understanding of the historical roots in America of Ernest Holmes’ philosophy with specific emphasis given to the works of Thomas Troward, Emma Curtis Hopkins and Ralph Waldo Emmerson.

Open to the community. No late adds
Cost: $260 (payment arrangements available)
Facilitator: Rev. Michael McMorrow, Spiritual Director

There is a cost for this course. Open to the community. No drop-ins after first class.
Class is closed

Activity: Sangha- Coming to Our Senses
(6) Wednesdays, Sept. 19- Oct. 24, 9:30 am- 12:00 pm

Join us for this 6 week self-discovery workshop and learn to use your senses, including intuition and imagination, to change your process for perceiving and experiencing your life.

Open to the Community. No late adds. Please arrive on time.
Cost: $20 per class.
Facilitator: Rev. Jeannie Hoffman
Class is closed


More to come, in the meantime, check out some of the Center’s regular activities.

Get Real and Heal Meditation Hour
Every Wednesday at 7:00 pm

 Meditation fosters a blissful state of being and provides mental clarity. Incorporate a regular meditation practice into your life and connect to the beauty and tranquility that surrounds you. On some occasions we will host guest speakers.  Open to all skill levels. This is not a physical activity. Drop-ins welcome.
All are welcome. Love Donations accepted

Animal Kinship
Second Saturday of the Month at 1:00 pm

Whether your precious companion is recently adopted or a long-time family member, celebrate the love with other like-minded friends. If you have concerns, need help through a health challenge, or if you are grieving, you will find support here.
All are welcome. Love Donations accepted

Healing Support Group
Second Sunday of the Month at 1:00 pm

An atmosphere of unconditional love- a sacred, safe and confidential space- for those in personal crisis to process their emotional, physical and spiritual issues.
All are welcome. Love Donations accepted

Abraham Hick’s (Law of Attraction) Study Group
Third Sunday of the Month at 2:00 pm

We create a safe, sacred, confidential space for those who intend to study the teachings of Abraham-Hicks and the Law of Attraction. We do this through watching videos and listening to audio recordings and discussing them.
All are welcome. Love Donations accepted

Bereavement Group
Fourth Sunday of the Month at 1:00 pm

If you’re grieving the loss of a loved one, whether recently or in the distant past, please join us. You are not alone. We are here to support you. We provide a safe and loving environment open to all in need of support during the grieving process.
All are welcome. Love Donations accepted

Sign-up in person or by phone for classes. Space is limited.

Contact the Center at 818-363-8136 for more information.



Planning a Wedding or Life Celebration? 

The Sanctuary

The Center for Spiritual Living Granada Hills is a venue for wedding services, baptisms and memorials, including Non-Denominational, Interfaith, Religious, Multi-Cultural, and Civil ceremonies. We can accommodate 125 guests, and we have a reception room, a full kitchen, and dressing rooms.

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