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.
Early Service 9:00am
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:
View previous archived services on our YouTube Channel.
Upcoming Events & Classes
Please sign up for all events in Sparks Fellowship Hall or call to register
Gratitude Mindfulness Meditation
Daily (Monday- Thursday) 12:30 pm- 1:00 pm All November
A daily practice of gratitude can help shift the way you look at the world around you in a more positive way.
Join us for a quick lunchtime Gratitude Mindfulness Meditation through the whole month of November, to help refocus your thoughts & energy when you need it most. All are welcome.
Daily: Monday- Thursday from 12:30 pm- 1:00 pm
Spiritual Practice with Rabbi Ahud Sela & Rev. Mike McMorrow
Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 7:00 pm
Spiritual Practice is a disciplined, ongoing dedication to particular contemplative forms with the intention of cultivating certain heart/mind/awareness states and bringing the inner life and the outside world into greater alignment -to blur the distinction between the inner and the outer. Spiritual Practice help us live a more awake and responsive life by cultivating greater attention and mindfulness. Join Rev. Mike and Rabbi Sela for discussion and application.
Cost: Please bring a canned good to donate to Ramat Zion Synagogue’s food pantry
Treatment & Meditation: Spiritual Practices for Daily Living
(10) Mondays, Nov. 27- Feb. 5, at 7:00 pm
Join Rev. Nancy Woods and Andrea Recht to focus on developing lifetime habits of Meditation and Spiritual Mind Treatment. Spiritual Mind Treatment for oneself is reviewed and strengthened, and then students advance to treating for others. Define your path, refine your practice, develop your inner guidance skills, and connect within daily, with Spiritual Practices.
10 weeks of the “here and now “tools of a spiritually conscious being
* Awaken to a deeper practice of Science of Mind and Spirit principles.
* Find a way of practice…meditation…that works for you.
* Ignite the dynamic use of Spiritual Mind Treatment.
* Commune consciously and daily with the Power and Presence.
* Establish a lifelong, healthy habit of spiritual nourishment.
* Be filled with SPIRIT and participate fully in LIFE…awake and aware.
Tuition: $245 plus book
Metaphorical Approach to the Bible
(8) Tuesdays, Nov. 28- Jan. 23, at 7:00 pm
How are the stories of the Bible actually the stories of our own Soul’s journeys and, through exploration, can we apply some of the wisdom of these scriptures to our daily lives?
This class explores the Bible as a story and as a myth. Drawing from sources as diverse as Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Aesop, Joseph Campbell, and Jelaluddin Rumi, this course looks at the many life stories in the Bible where we play every character. Students will learn powerful and effective tools for translation and interpretation of these stories.
Tuition: $195 plus book.
Sangha: Spiritual Cinema
Wednesdays, Dec. 6 & 13 9:30 am- 12:30 pm
Sangha is a friendly community practicing awareness together to bring about and maintain understanding, acceptance, harmony and love. For this session of 3 classes, we join together to view inspirational, compelling, uplifting stories about courage, love, family, and truth seeking, followed by lively discussion.
All cinemas begin at 9:30 am and end at 12:30 pm. Bring lunch to share (enough for two.)
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 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.