Welcome to the Center for Spiritual Living!
We know that coming to a new place for the first time can be a little intimidating. You may have some questions about what to expect when you come and spend a morning with us, so visit our Contact Us page.
Please know that wherever you are on your spiritual path, you are welcome here. We look forward to welcoming you and making your first visit with us a rewarding and comfortable one!
Where is the Center for Spiritual Living Greater Baltimore?
Our Sunday Celebrations are held at the Lutherville Music School conveniently located just north of the Baltimore Beltway at 1313 York Road, Lutherville, MD. 21093
Parking next door at the Heaver Bldg., at the Columbia Bank side with direct access to our meeting space.
What Time is the Gathering?
Our meditation starts at 10:00am and the Gathering starts at 10:30am. Each Gathering lasts about one hour. There are other activities and gatherings throughout the month. Information is available on Sundays, on this website, and on Facebook.
What can I expect at a Celebration Gathering?
At the Center for Spiritual Living Greater Baltimore we are not interested in telling you what to believe, rather we aim to provide spiritual tools and resources for you to explore and experience your own spirituality. We honor the truth found in all faith traditions. Our messages are designed to help you apply universal spiritual principles to your daily living.
Our Sunday Services include wonderful and eclectic music with opportunities to sing inspirational songs; a powerful meditation; life enhancing messages that will uplift and encourage you; and affirmative prayer.
Where should I Park?
We park in the Columbia Bank Parking lot, which has direct access to our location. Please look for the sandwich board signs.
What should I Wear? Is there a Dress Code?
You don't need to worry about what to wear. Wear what you like and what you feel most comfortable in. Some like to dress in their "Sunday best," others go more casual. Sometimes we have themed days (Hawai’ian, Western, Halloween) and invite you to come dressed in the these if you choose. We care more about you than what you are wearing.