The San Francisco Center for Spiritual Living
|Centers for Spiritual Living|
|Associations||Affiliated New Thought Network, International New Thought Alliance|
|Merger of||United Centers for Spiritual Living and International Centers for Spiritual Living, 2011|
|Members||Matthew Green (Emeritus), Beth Anderson (Emeritus), Betty Burr, Gabriella Schultz, John Steiner|
The San Francisco Center for Spiritual Living (SFCSL) is located in the West Portal neighborhood in San Francisco, CA. It was founded in 1955 and was formerly known as the Church of Religious Science. SFCSL is a non-denominational church based on the teachings of Ernest Holmes’ book Science of Mind published 1926.
San Francisco Center for Spiritual Living has been under the Spiritual Leadership of Reverend Muata Rasuli for over the past 20 years. The Director of Music, John Steiner, has been serving the SFCSL Community for the the last 25 years. In addition, there is a group of C.O.R.E Practitioners that support the Center and Rev. Muata Rasuli. The C.O.R.E. Practitioners are Matthew Green (Emeritus), Beth Anderson (Emeritus), Betty Burr, and Gabriella Schultz.
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