Sunday Program

Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles

  May 2018

    Meditation: 10:30 – 10:45 AM

    May 06   Ken Hergenroeder, Practitioner
    May 13   Karen Tarleton Holland, Practitioner
    May 20   Ken Hergenroeder, Practitioner
    May 27   Rev. Pam MacGregor


Building Your Spiritual Muscles: Courage, Compassion, and Commitment

When it comes to building your spiritual muscles, have you noticed how Spirit and its Universal Laws are your ultimate personal trainers? Working together, they form the perfect inner workout routine! It is my joy to invite you to join us each Sunday throughout May when our theme will be “Building Your Spiritual Muscles: Courage, Compassion, and Commitment.”

Richest blessings,
Rev. Pam


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Sunday Topics: 11:00 AM

May 06   Flexing Your Spiritual Muscles – Rev. Pam
First, we build and strengthen our spiritual muscles through focus, discipline, and conscious choice, and then we flex them as we stand before the mirror of circumstances that arise in all aspects of our lives. There’s no shortage of opportunities, so let’s explore how to demonstrate the greatest benefits from our spiritual practices.

May 13   Wise Are They Who Remain Teachable – Happy Mother’s Day! – Rev. Pam
The renowned Zen monk and teacher, Suzuki Roshi reminds us, “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few.” A “beginner” is one who remains open, teachable, and humble no matter how many years they have been on the spiritual path or what their spiritual credentials may be. Let’s learn to keep an open, flexible, and receptive mind to Spirit’s infinite possibilities.

May 20   No One Gives to Us But Ourselves – Rev. Pam
This is the wisdom of self-responsibility, of no escape, no bypassing or denial, which takes tremendous courage and spiritual maturity. When we practice this form of self-reliance, we become empowered and take spiritual freedom into our own hands, even as we surrender the ego to Spirit through our spiritual practices.

May 27   Genuine Self-Knowing VS False Complaining – Rev. Pam
“This above all else,” says Polonius in Hamlet, “to thine own self be true.” Being true to yourself begins with knowing who you are in the Mind of Spirit. It is about accepting yourself—your strengths, passions, and compassionately acknowledging the areas in which you have yet to grow. What an exhilarating way to live, evolve, and serve in the world free of false complaints.

Order of Service

1. OPENING SONG – Congregation

2. MUSIC – The Sunday Morning Band

3. COMMUNITY SONG – Congregation

4. WELCOME – Rev. Pam

5. GUEST RECOGNITION – Rev. Pam & Congregation

“Whoever you are, wherever you’ve been, whatever brought you through our doors today, welcome home. We’ve been waiting for you.”


7. PEACE AFFIRMATION – Rev PAM & Congregation

“I believe in the power of the presence of God, working through me, the governments and peoples of the world, awakening our minds and hearts to bring forth Peace and make perfect our understanding.”

8. THE MESSAGE – Rev. Pam


“Divine Love consecrates my gift. It goes forth to heal, to prosper, to support and to bless. It is evidence of my Absolute Conviction that God is the Source and Substance of my supply. I joyfully release my gift knowing that it returns to me multiplied abundantly.” And so it is!

10. MUSIC – The Sunday Morning Band


12. PEACE SONG – Congregation

Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me. Let there be peace on earth, the peace that was meant to be. With Love as the Power, United all are we. Let us walk with each other in perfect harmony. Let peace begin with me and this is the moment now. With every step I take, let this be my solemn vow; to take each moment and live each moment in peace eternally. Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me.