About Oakland Center for Spiritual Living

Introducing Rev. Geri Carder, M.A. – Senior Consulting Minister 

Rev. Geri Carder has served in many capacities at the Oakland Center for Spiritual Living. Her spiritual path reached a milestone in 2015 when she graduated from the Holmes Institute School of Spiritual Leadership with a Masters degree in consciousness studies and was licensed as a minister of Centers for Spiritual Living.

Rev. Geri has been appointed by the Board of Trustees to lead us while we call in a new Senior Minister.

The Oakland Center for Spiritual Living is…

A safe, welcoming sanctuary, a place for people to explore, expand and experience their own spiritual nature. By educating and empowering people, The Center encourages an expanded experience of wellness for all who seek that experience.

We are a diverse, inclusive community of people seeking to realize our highest Truth and live our full spiritual potential. Based on spiritual principle, we support ourselves and each other by being a place where love, joy, beauty and the fullness of life are nourished and nurtured.

Through the teaching and practice of the Principles of Science of Mind and Spirit and other New Thought / Ancient Wisdom teachings, we provide a place to learn philosophical and practical tools, and to practice personal and global transformation.

At Oakland Center for Spiritual Living, We Believe…

In the infinite goodness of Spirit

In the spiritual nature of Mind, Body, Heart & Soul

In the Divinity of all life, of all creation

That love is the greatest power

That the highest God and the innermost God is One God

In the inherent goodness of ourselves and of each other

That diversity is the nature of creation

That we have the power to change our lives, and our world

The Vision of Oakland Center for Spiritual Living…

Is to joyfully reveal the Love and Oneness of God. We are a welcoming and inclusive spiritual community dedicated to individual transformation and collective growth. Our purpose is to love, inspire and serve our community and the world through education, music, prayer and play.