Cameron Park’s Spiritual Center for Positive Living is experiencing the kind of pain every worship center hopes for, growing pains. This growth has recently inspired the congregation to spread its wings and find a bigger nest.
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“When Sunday after Sunday we were setting up extra chairs in every open space, it became quite clear we needed a bigger building,” said the Rev. Pattie Weber, senior minister at the center.
Spiritual Center for Positive Living announces the grand opening of its brand new center — nearly doubled in size — located at 3104 Ponte Morino Drive in Cameron Park, custom built to serve the needs of this growing congregation and the community.
SCPL is an inclusive church, believing that all paths are valid and blessed. This “new thought” congregation has proven to be very active in the community, sponsoring events like Playing4Peace concerts and Love Your Pet Blessing and Expo. Proceeds from SCPL’s community-minded events help local organizations like United Outreach, the Grace Foundation, El Dorado County Food Bank and El Dorado Habitat for Humanity.
As part of its grand opening events, SCPL is offering a workshop with popular author, Don Miguel Ruiz Jr. Ruiz’s visit corresponds with the release of his newest book, “The Five Levels of Attachment — Toltec Wisdom for a Modern World.” Ruiz will hold an artist’s reception and workshop on Saturday, March 9 and he will be speaking at SCPL’s service on Sunday, March 10.