Come Home to Something New in Sarasota
Oct 31, 2019 11:45AM
People in Sarasota have been ready for a new spiritual community, one filled with energy and deeply rooted in peace, love, and Science of Mind. The Center for Spiritual Living Cultural Coast answers this call, and has been meeting Sunday mornings since April at 11 a.m. The Sarasota Garden Club offers the perfect setting for these sometimes meditative, sometimes rocking, yet always heartfelt spiritual gatherings led by Reverend Theresa Fieberts and her husband, Spiritual Practitioner and Music Director Bob Fieberts.
CSLCC exudes authenticity, inclusivity—the feeling of coming home. Rev. Fieberts first discovered the Science of Mind teaching in 1992, when she walked into the Center for Positive Living, a Sarasota New Thought Center no longer in operation. That day changed the course of her life, and she is now committed to helping others find personal empowerment and inspiration for individual and collective spiritually motivated action and expression.
Rev. Fieberts states, “This is a time for us to come together, to actively create a world that works for everyone and everything.” To sanctify and celebrate their charter, the Spiritual Director, Board of Trustees, Spiritual Practitioners and members of CSLCC will hold a “Saying Yes! to Life” installation celebration on November 22. The music will be provided by Motown bassist-turned New Thought artist Eddie Watkins Jr., Sarasota’s sacred steel band The Bird Tribe, Faerie Elaine Silver and Howlin’ Bob Fieberts. A live painting by famed local artist Truman Adams will be auctioned during the event, along with other items and services.
Location: 1131 Blvd. of the Arts, Sarasota. For more information, call 941-376-0177 or visit CSLCulturalCoast.org.