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.

"It is a truly warm and welcoming community of people."
- Nicol T.
"The Center holds me in Love, feeds me inspiration and teaches me how to live abundantly." -Dotty H.

I have found a Spiritual home. - Gary S

"Great Sunday messages from Rev. Jay Lang, and lots of engaging activities. 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

until our health concerns allow
for in-person service 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 out 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 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

Celebration of Life for our long time Member, Charles Poeck. Jan. 23, 11 AM
Satruday, Jan 23, 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Join Zoom Meeting
Phone (audio only): 6699006833 meeting # 82912318084#

Add a video memory or tribute to Charles (will be shown after the service)

Our 2020 Candle Light Service is now available on YOUTUBE

New Classes Starting in January

The Power of Meditation

Facilitated by Peggy Usak, RScP. Starting Monday, January 18 @ 6:30 pm. If you’re a beginner or want to deepen your meditation practice or just curious, join us. Techniques to help you learn the art and science of meditation. Instruction, inspiration and sharing plus a 20-minute meditation session. Free Registration. Gratitude donation requested after class. Click here to Register: Power of Meditation

Practical Mysticism

This course explores how the ancient mystics deepened their faith and their Spiritual connection with a few simple methods. We will use the writings of a modern day mystic, Caroline Myss, to guide us in this mystical “Inner Path to God and Your Soul purpose.” Facilitated by Rev. Jay Lang. 8 weeks at 6:30 pm starting on Thursday, Jan. 22. CSL Practitioner Prep class. No Prerequisite . Choose your registration fee based on your self-assessed ability.
Click here to register: Practical Mysticism

The Power of Your Word:
The Universe has Your Back

Do you realize there is a power in the universe that is seeking to support you? Are you willing to trust it fully? This class offers you tools and techniques to activate this power and the practice in surrendering to allow manifestations to happen in your life. Taught by our new ministerial intern, Branessa Kunitz, RScP. Based on the book, The Universe Has Your Back by Gabrielle Bernstein 8 weeks at 6:30 pm starting on Tuesday, Feb. 2. CSL Practitioner Prep class. Prerequisite: Any certificated/ Practitioner Prep class. Choose your registration fee based on your self-assessed ability to pay. Click Here to Register

Compassion in Action Projects

Annual MLK Celebration of Action and Compassion in Napa Valley.
Support the creation a ‘beloved community’ virtually this year.
For more information or to participate, Click on the link: Compassion in Action

Ongoing Weekly Events

Wednesdays at Noon
Join us for a powerful method of creating intentions for healing and other manifestations. Ongoing group through March
Wednesdays 12-1 pm.
Zoom Link:

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

Wed. 7
:15 pm
para mas información

Heart, Mind + Spirit Recovery Group

Thursday evenings from 5:00-6:30pm on Zoom.
Next Meeting, January 7, 2021
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. JOIN US Online!

Our Musical Guest THIS Sunday Online @ 10:30 am

After the service - Community check-in:

Yasmin Williams

Yasmin Williams is an acoustic fingerstyle guitarist with an unorthodox, modern style of playing. Her music has been commonly described as refreshing, relaxing, and unique and has been called some of the most imaginative guitar music out today. She utilizes various techniques including alternate tunings, percussive hits, and lap tapping in her music to great effect. She has won various local talent shows, was a finalist in the Rolling Stones Young Gun guitar competition, was the Grand prize winner of New York University's Ultra Violet Live talent show, and won the Gold Prize in the Instrumental category of the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. She has been featured on several radio and television programs including New Sounds Soundcheck Podcast, NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday show, NPR Night Owl, NPR All Songs Considered, Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, and WUSA9, along with high profile magazine features such as Acoustic Guitar Magazine and Vintage Guitar Magazine.

She grew up in northern Virginia where various genres of music from smooth jazz to hip-hop were played in her household. She was introduced to the guitar after playing the video game Guitar Hero 2 and became interested in playing the guitar in 2009. She begged her parents to buy her a real electric guitar and once she received her first guitar and amplifier, she taught herself how to play the guitar by ear. After a few years of playing the electric guitar, she taught herself how to play the bass guitar, 12 string guitar, and classical guitar before eventually deciding to switch her focus to the acoustic guitar because of the instrument's versatility. While in high school, she released her first EP Serendipity in 2012, which she recorded and mixed herself.

She graduated from New York University with a BM in Music Theory and Composition in December 2017. Her first album, Unwind, was released on May 4, 2018 and is available on all major streaming services and Bandcamp. The album has charted highly on several Amazon and iTunes charts including top paid albums, including charting at #7 on Amazon’s top paid albums and #1 on iTunes‘s Folk chart, and charted at #15 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart. She is currently working on her second album, Urban Driftwood, which is slated to be released in early 2021.

You Can LISTEN to Yasmin Williams' s Music on our YouTube Channel or at

Zoom AFTER the Service at 11:30 am for the Community Check-in:

If you want to honor our departing ministerial intern, Kristen Ashley Moore, RScP, please send her cards c/o NVCSL 1237 Coombs St Napa, CA 95449. Also there is a plant sale at the center to benefit her first ministry in Virginia. Come take a look, pick up a plant and leave a donation of your choosing.
If you want to see the video tribute made by some of community members, click here:

Online Prayer Request

Please submit your requests and Rev. Jay and ALL of OUR WONDERFUL PRACTITIONERS will hold the light and pray for you! Use our

Online Community Directory

Keep in touch with friends. Call or email Mary to find how to join. 707.252.4847 or #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.”