All are Welcome - Everybody Always

We are an Inclusive Community for Spiritual Growth and Compassionate Action.
We seek to Co-Create a World that Works for Everyone by Living Intentionally, Loving Unconditionally, and Seeing God in all People and Faiths. You are welcome to join our classes, workshops, or services. Currently on
YouTube virtually from wherever you are.

"A warm and welcoming community." - Nicol T.
"The Center holds me in Love, feeds me inspiration, and teaches me how to live abundantly." -Dotty H.
"Great Sunday messages from Rev. Jay Lang, and lots of engaging activities. -Gary S.
A spiritual community that actively cares about the greater community.
- Susanne R.
"A Place to grow unconditionally." -Michael C.
I love the Center. The message here is in line with the beating heart of all mystical traditions: oneness and love. - Amy H.
If you're looking for a Spiritual home that is open, loving, and accepting, the NV Center for Spiritual Living is it! -Michelle L

Napa Valley Center For Spiritual Living 1237 Coombs St. Napa, CA 94559 707.252.4847



OUR SUNDAY SERVICES ARE
STREAMING ON YOUTUBE & FACEBOOK
until community health concerns
allow for in-person services again
.

Watch Our Service Live SUNDAY 10:30AM on YouTube or Facebook

WELCOME Everyone ¡Bienvenidos todos!

Dear Visitor, We are so pleased you have decided to visit our website! We are an open and inclusive spiritual community that believes that there are many paths to God. We embrace all faiths, cultures, and orientations. We aspire to be a place of inspiration where people from diverse spiritual paths feel welcome. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, please know that you are welcome here. Through our services, classes, workshops, special events, and activities we offer opportunities for personal growth, transformation and insight into how to handle life’s challenges from a place of strength and confidence.
For more info click on this link. 'I'm New.'
Many Blessings and Much Love,
Rev. Jay Lang,
Lead Minister/Spiritual Director

Classes, Events and Special Services

Practical Mysticism

Join Rev. Jay in a new exciting course as we study the lives of ancient mystics and the wisdom they discovered. Our discussion will lead us towards insights and practical ways to be mystical and a beneficial presence in the world. The course begins on Thursday, March 4 at 6:30 pm. | 3 levels of payment. Scholarships are also available by calling the center office at 707.252.4847. Click Here to Register: https://nvcsl.breezechms.com/form/d8e6d6

40 Days of Spiritual Practices

Together we will release feelings of isolation and separation, and embrace our spiritual magnificence as we emerge from a metaphorical cocoon. Like the butterfly we can transform into something greater and more powerful than we were before. Our Journey begins Tuesday, February 23rd and finishes the day before Easter to invite all of us to consciously and intentionally ‘Emerge Stronger, Brighter and Wiser.’ LEARN MORE | SIGN UP for a DAILY Spiritual Practice EMAIL

Day 12 | Self-forgiveness >

40 days is often used in sacred texts as time of prayer and meditation. Moses spent 40 days on the Mountain, Jesus prayed for 40 days in the wilderness, Buddha meditated more than 40 days under the Tree of Enlightenment and in Hinduism 40 days of fasting is recommended. This 40 Days of Spiritual Practices will guide you in establishing sacred patterns of openness and serenity in your life.

Napa Valley Black History Month Virtual Celebration

Sat., February 20, 11 AM PST – 7 PM
Public · Anyone on or off Facebook
Please register here: http://bit.ly/3aOfa62
The schedule for the event is:

11AM - Children's Story Time, hosted by Rainbow Action Network

1PM - Growing Up Black in Napa, round table discussion with Alex Brown and Teens Connect

2:15PM - Faith Leaders as Allies, with Pastor Pete Shaw and Reverend Jay Lang

3PM - How to be Actively Anti-Racist, with Adra Cummings and Joanna Dimas

All of the above events will be hosted at the same zoom link. The event below will be a separate link.

4PM - The Big Sip: Special Edition, Gaby Fernandez of PCC Interviews Napa Valley Black Business Owners

5:30-7pm Pick Up Desserts Provided by Buster's Original Southern BBQ (at Busters in Calistoga and Crosswalk Community Church)

2021 MLK Day Recorded Commemoration:
Creating a Beloved Community

Local interviews about how we can continue Dr. King's vision of a Beloved Community including Alexandria Brown, Author of The Hidden History of Napa Valley; James Thompson, Community Liason; Pat Andry-Jennings, NVUSD Asst. Superintendent of Instructional Services; and Butterfly Luv Hugz, professional speaker and workshop facilitator. The event is hosted by Nicol Turner and Rev. Jay Lang. YOUTube

Luchan Baker RScP

On February 28, we welcomed guest speaker Luchan Baker, RScP, who is currently a practitioner and Youth Director at Oakland Center for Spiritual Living and is a ministerial student at the Napa Valley School of Spiritual Leadership. He is a dynamic, young motivational speaker with a very urban, uplifting, and inspiring message.

Ongoing Weekly Events

Wednesday Evening Meditation
Wed. 6:30 pm
Virtual zoom/FB Live Click Here for link

MEDITACIÓN EN ESPAÑOL
Wed. 7
:15 pm
para mas información gimelda60@gmail.com

Heart, Mind + Spirit Recovery Group

Thursday evenings from 5:00-6:30 pm on Zoom.
OUR Heart, Mind + Spirit Recovery is a spiritually based program focused on the Heart (Emotion), Mind (Consciousness) and Spirit (God - Source Connection) of recovery. Start anytime.

A Course in Miracles Study Group
Facilitated by Michael Coleman RScP
Call Michael for details. 707.224.7515

Our Musical Guest THIS Sunday

After the service - Community check-in: https://zoom.us/j/159961535

John Stringer

John Stringer is a life teacher, speaker, Billboard charting singer-songwriter, healer, and author with a passion for music, community, expansion and limitless love & light.

"I’ve been involved with music since I can remember, thanks largely to my mother’s musical influence. She sang daily around the house, at church, or wherever, and it rubbed off on me. Plus, she pushed me to sing in church, etc., even when I didn’t want to.. and I’m glad she did. I started writing music in the early 90’s with the intent of empowering others and have continued since. I’m now speaking and performing to share the music I’ve been given and I’m grateful to connect with / make new friends everywhere I go."

He began receiving direct knowing from Source / Spirit on-demand (aka channeling) with his wife, Kathy Stringer, in 2008. John aligns to speak publicly, write music & lyrics; serve others in group, remote & one-on-one channeling sessions; and write content for his websites and books that share the teachings he continues to receive.

John has written and recorded several albums (including a co-written top 10 best selling Billboard chart hit single with his former rock band, State of Man) and has performed throughout the world (including tours for U.S. Armed Forces). His music has been featured on major network television and he has also appeared in national print ads (Rolling Stone, VIBE, SPIN, Vanity Fair, etc.).

You Can LISTEN to John' s Music on our YouTube Channel

Zoom AFTER at 11:30 am for the Community Check-in: https://zoom.us/j/159961535

Online Prayer Request

ONLINE PRAYER | #NVCSLPrayer
Please submit your requests and Rev. Jay and ALL of OUR WONDERFUL PRACTITIONERS will hold the light and pray for you! Use our
ONLINE PRAYER REQUEST FORM or email RevJay@NVCSL.com

Online Community Directory

Keep in touch with friends. Call or email Mary to find how to join. 707.252.4847 or office@nvcsl.com #NVCSLCommunity

In The News

“African Americans have been red-lined out of homes, sun-downed out of town, and left to go elsewhere where they could make a life,” said the Rev. Jay Lang of the Center for Spiritual Living Napa Valley. “We cannot change the past but we can certainly change where we are now and where we are going.”

“It’s under one God that we gather in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, that men, women, brothers and sisters seek justice and equality, and we stand with that.”