Classes & Workshops

 

Summer 2018

 

Exploring Roots with Rev Kathleen Sibley
May 29 to July 31,Tuesdays 5:30 to 8:30PM, (10 weeks)

Cost $245, early bird price $225 + Cost of Books
Prerequisite: Foundations

This course provides the student with an understanding of the historical roots in America of Ernest Holmes’ philosophy. Specific emphasis is given to the works of Thomas Troward, Emma Curtis Hopkins, and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Required Books: Emerson’s Essays, The Edinburgh and Dore Lectures on Mental Science by Troward, Scientific Christian Mental Practice by Hopkins and the Science of Mind Text and a Journal

 

Fall 2018

 

Power of Your Word
Taught by Dave Sharer, RScP & Sue Sharer, RScP
Sept. 4 - Oct. 23, 2018 (8 week class)

Tuesdays from 5:30 - 8:30PM
Cost $205; Early Bird Price $185 by Aug. 28
Prerequisite: Foundations Class

This is an amazing course on the power of Spiritual Mind Treatment. Each week is a thoughtful approach to the deeper understandings of prayer: How does the nature of God and man create prayer, the impact of creative law and beliefs, what to pray for, affirmative treatment, and the state of continuous prayer, with experiential exercises to give these ideas a reality for the student.

Required Books by Ernest Holmes: How to Use Science of Mind, & Can We Talk to God?

 

Bible History and Scholarship
Taught by Hazel Bowman, RScP
Sept. 6 - Oct. 25, 2018 (8 week class)

Thursday evenings from from 5:30 - 8:30 PM
Cost $205; Early Bird Price $185 by Aug. 28
No pre-requisite class required

This class examines the history and the many misconceptions of the most published book of all time, with special attention to the fallacies of fundamentalist interpretation.
The course looks at the most recent advances in Bible scholarship, including the discovery of the Nag Hammadi text (Gnostic in origin) and the Dead Sea Scrolls. The class is an excellent background course for the New Thought student who wants to know more about the Bible.”

Required Books: a modern Bible and the Science of Mind Textbook by Ernest Holmes & Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism by John Spong

 

The Paradox of Oneness
Taught by Rev Charli Tupper
Oct. 13 – Nov. 3 (4 week class)

Saturdays from 10 AM - Noon
Gratefully offered on a love donation basis  
New Thought teaches us there is One: One Presence, One Power active as the universe and as my life.  Within this One there are multiple expressions that may appear to be opposites, and yet, all are true.  In this class, we will discover the ways in which owning these paradoxes heals the false beliefs that blind us to the Truth of who we are, and the reason we are here.