Embracing the Divine, HCCL honors all spiritual paths and traditions.
We are a FORCE for Good in our community, our world, and beyond.
Bookstore Director Needed!
Do you love reading Science of Mind magazine and the latest metaphysical books?
Are you passionate about sharing this enthusiasm with the community?
Volunteer to administer the HCCL bookstore!
Once you establish your process, the time commitment is about 4 hours a month.
This group has been meeting weekly since September 2014. It provides a way to check in with others, set intentions, and share how your week has gone. The group provides a safe place for you to share honestly and without judgement. The meeting opens with a guided meditation, and closes with spiritual mind treatment.
Join now if you are experiencing loneliness and isolation from COVID restrictions or other causes. You are so welcome.
We meet via Zoom from 12:30 - 2 p.m. on Wednesdays. To join, send an email to Rev. Jean at email@example.com.
Rabbi Ed Stafman and Janice Getz will be joining us from the Jewish community.
Rev. Orlinda Worthington
When faced with difficulties, the first reaction for many is fight, flight or freeze… or a combination of all three. We explore an overlooked approach that can open us to spiritual resources, healing, and falling into beauty and grace with faith.
Rev. Jean Sweet
I was privileged to attend the 8th Parliament of World Religions virtually. There was a consistent call out to all faith leaders to help the indigenous peoples of the world protect the earth and its caretakers. Rev. Jean will share what she learned and the steps we can all take to make a difference right now.
Rev. Dr. Charles Geddes
Honoring the potency of the human Spirit as it aligns to its Divine Origin, this month's theme calls to my heart to share abut the potency of Spiritual Mind Treatment (Affirmative Prayer). As we recognize Originating Cause, Spirit as Pure Intelligence, and the remembrance: I AM That, we are empowered and we are strengthened. Ernest Holmes brought the realization that prayer is a way of life that aligns us to the Divine. It is important also to note that the indigenous, aboriginal tribes knew this long ago.
We gratefully announce that HCCL is operating in the black. We will continue to prosper, thanks to our shared vision: the thriving of our spiritual community.
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Thank you for your help, and may you have an abundant and fulfilling New Year in 2021.
Let's RENEW our enthusiasm for and commitment to this worthy community cause! Please bring food or a check on Sunday. If you are attending in person, or send a check to Helena Food Share, 1616 Lewis St, Helena, MT 59601.
Please mention your affiliation with the Helena Church of Conscious Living when you send your donation. We would like them to know that we are a church group supporting our local community.
Visit their web site to join their virtual food drive or donate directly.
HCCL will host Family Promise families at First Christian Church on Monday October 11 and Tuesday October 12.
We need volunteers to provide one meal for 4 to 6 adults to be delivered to the Day Center on Monday or Tuesday. This activity does not require Family Promise training. We need one person to spend one of the nights at First Christian Church. Covid precautions are in effect.
Thank you to all who have already volunteered for this rotation. Thank you to all who have donated to purchase groceries for the families.
Call Catherine Metsch 933-5743
As we have been sheltering in place, we have had many reminders about how precious our earth is. The hope is that you are buried in recyclable material now. Keep it up! There's always enough room and time to sort everything out. More importantly, we've had time to consider how much plastic we use and how unnecessary much of it is.
Rev. Jean is still saving bottle caps to fuel her big vision. Which ones? Any bottle cap you would throw in the trash, such as vitamin bottle caps, water bottle caps, prescription bottle caps, milk carton caps, you get the idea. Please collect them in a cardboard box and bring the full box to Rev. Jean.
PLEASE DO NOT bring the caps in a plastic bag, as we are eliminating the use of plastic.
Take a moment to thank Dianne Nickman, our "Recycle Queen," who takes our plastic, glass, paper, and cardboard to the transfer station every month.
Right now we know that HCCL is supported in every way; mentally, emotionally, financially, physically, and spiritually. As there is no lack within the Mind of God, we accept the abundance and goodness that vibrates in all possible universes. We gratefully accept that our income doubles or better in this moment.
The path forward may sometimes be unclear.
And it may be messy.
But the shared heart is calling,
and we have an opportunity to make lasting shifts toward love and justice in our world.
Love and joy come to you,
And to you your family, too,
And God bless you, and send you
A Happy New Year,
And God send you a Happy New Year.
Your HCCL Board
President: Dr. Deb Jacobsen, 431-3173
Vice-President: Rosie Donahoe, 459-4408
Secretary: Debbie Blossom, 449-3376
Treasurer: Chris Vaughn, 475-5996
Diane Nickman, 442-8323
Sharon Schell, 495-8823
Mitzi Grover, 459-3320