Granada Hills Spiritual Living Center Open for Wedding Ceremonies
06/04/2014

The Center for Spiritual Living in Granada Hills, California, announces its sanctuary is available for weddings, memorials and all other ceremonies.

Online PR News – 04-June-2014 – Granda Hills, Californai – The Center for Spiritual Living in Granada Hills, California, announces its sanctuary is available for wedding ceremonies. The Center launched a new website, http://weddingsgranadahills.com/index.html, to publicize its wedding services, including Non-Denominational, Interfaith, Religious, Multi-Cultural, and Civil ceremonies. The Center provides renewal of vows, commitment services, same sex marriage ceremonies, as well as Blessings, Memorials, Rite of Passage, and Re-commitment Ceremonies.

According to Reverend Mike McMorrow, the Center’s Spiritual Director, “The Center for Spiritual Living is an inclusive community that embraces every ethnic, cultural and religious tradition in wedding ceremonies. We personalize each ceremony, providing a touching and healing experience that honors the couple’s love and commitment to reveal a true feeling of oneness.” Couples can choose from seven different ministers who officiate weddings, and the center offers wedding planning services as well as audio visual, sound and a reception room with a full kitchen.

The Center for Spiritual Living Granada Hills was founded in 1963 and bought its building on Chatsworth Street near White Oak Avenue in the 1970s. Attendance at services has been increasing in recent years, and the Center now has hundreds of members. It offers a variety of programs including a youth ministry, tweens and teens groups, spirituality and prosperity classes, an animal kinship group, a bereavement group, and more. Services take place at 9:00 and 10:30 AM on Sunday, with a meditation at 10:00 AM. There is also a Wednesday night Practicing the Presence service and meditation at 7:00 PM.

One of more than 450 Centers for Spiritual Living throughout the country, the center teaches spiritual principles, such as cause and effect and the law of attraction, initially introduced by mystics thousands of years ago and recently proven by science and physics. This New Thought tradition dates to the 1880s and has its roots in the Transcendentalist Movement of the 1830s. New Thought has a respected and enduring legacy that includes luminaries such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walt Whitman and Ernest Holmes. Modern-day writers and philosophers who echo the New Thought ideas include: Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Louise Hay and Eckhart Tolle, among many others. For more information, contact the Center at 818-363-8136 or by email at admin@cslgh.org, or visit the website at www.cslgh.org.