Our Youth Program

What A Treat To Be Youthful!



“The child in you, like all children, loves to laugh, to be around people who can laugh at themselves and life. Children instinctively know that the more laughter we have in our lives, the better.” 

῀Dr. Wayne Dyer

October will be an extra special month filled with laugher as we celebrate our youth as expressions of one God. Dr. Wayne Dyer also said, “Most people are searching for happiness outside of themselves. That’s a fundamental mistake. Happiness is something that you are, and it comes from the way you think.” There are no mistakes made when we allow our youth to live life authentically and with a clear insight as to who they truly are. We find it easier to see the Truth in all things after we discover the Truth from within. 

As we celebrate our Spiritual Truth, we allow the ever present love of God to channel through our being. The Youth Ministry team will present Science of Mind principles that are age appropriate and relevant to youth daily interactions. We know the goal of life is freedom from all discord of any kind and this goal is sure to be attained by all.  

October 2019 Schedule


  What a TREAT it is to be a Youth!

October 20-Lesson: “To Treat or Not to Treat..is the Question!”   

Youth Room-Ray Wiggins

Toddler Room-Fauna Greye

October 27-Lesson: “Spiritual Hero-Ween!”

Youth room: Barbara Wilson

Toddler Room: TBA

What We Teach


Each week we present Science of Mind principles in lessons and experiences that are appropriate to each age group.  Lessons include discussions of spiritual ideas that can relate to our children's daily lives through stories, activities, sharing, inning, doing affirmations, meditations, visualization, yoga, and any other type of activity that emphasizes God's perfect expression of Divine Love inside one of us.  

We teach spiritual practices that empower children to 

embrace their unique gifts and encourages 

the knowledge of Universal Laws by seeing 

the truth of who they really are.​


For more information on how to teach and volunteer:

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