New Minister Co-Creation Event
Save the Date! April 4
Save the date for our Co-Creation event. On April 4 our community is invited to come together as one in a sacred healing service to co-create the consciousness to attract our New Minister.
It is also an opportunity to experience deep personal healing, while the community is benefited by everyone’s inner work. This session is sacred, nothing is forced on anyone, and the spiritual benefits have changed lives. Included is some extremely valuable teaching of Spiritual Truth, which supports us in our spiritual journey, and can become a foundation for our Center in moving forward. Rev. Dr. Karen Kushner, a CSL Facilitator will be leading us.
Our New Minister Co-Creation Group of 12 will have additional sessions on April 5 & 6 with Rev. Kushner.
Sunday Service, April 7 – Rev. Kushner will bring it all together in our Sunday message and be available afterwards to answer questions.
Please note – April 7 Location: New Hope for Kids, 544 Mayo Ave, Maitland FL 32751 MAP
We will provide airline and hotel accommodations for Rev. Kushner. Please contact Laura if you have travel miles or hotel rewards you’d like to donate toward her travel expenses.
Co-Creation Event: Thursday April 4, 6:00 - 9:30 PM
Location: Audubon Park Covenant Church – MAP
3219 Chelsea Street, Orlando, FL 32803
Please register so we know how many participants to expect.
Sunday Service, April 7 – Location and times pending. Will NOT be at FFGC – please check back for updates.
Reverend Dr. Karen Kushner
Dr. Karen Kushner is celebrating her 23rd year of ministry, having been the Senior Minister for the Center for Spiritual Living Princeton since February 15, 1996. She received her metaphysical training at the First Church of Religious Science, New York City, under the tutelage of Rev. Dr. Stuart Grayson, author of The Ten Demandments of Prosperity and Spiritual Healing.
During her years as a minister, Dr. Karen served on the Board of Directors of the International Centers for Spiritual Living (holding office as its 2nd Vice President for 5 of those 6 years). During this time, she also served as Director of the Department of Licensing & Credentials, member of the Executive Committee and the Personnel Committee. Over these 2 decades, she served ICSL as a member of the Policy and By-Laws Committee, the Golden Works Committee, Chair of the Minister Licensing Committee, Co-Creation Committee and Co-Chair of the annual conference held at Asilomar, California in 2005. Her proudest service was as a member of the ICSL/UCSL Integration Design Team, where she assisted in all areas of integration between the 2 organizations.
Currently, she is a member of the Board of Directors of The Hefferlin Foundation, serving as a member of its Education Committee and as Chair, of the Church Grants Committee.
As a part of Centers for Spiritual Living, Dr. Karen serves behind-the-scenes in support of the Minister & Practitioner Licensing Committee and the Regional Support Coordinator Committee. She is also serving individual ministers as a sponsor and mentor. She is also very active in serving member communities as a Co-Creation Facilitator. (Communities served include: CSL HAMPTON ROADS (June 28-July 1, 2018), AHIAH CSL (January 25-January 28, 2018), CSL SASKATOON, CSL MOBILE, CSL FALLS CHURCH, CSL BALTIMORE, and CSL GREATER PHILADELPHIA.
She has received the honorary Doctorate of Divinity and Doctorate of Religious Science from International Centers for Spiritual Living and was granted the Living Treasure Award by UCORS (now known as Centers for Spiritual Living Clergy Association) in 2011.
Within the Princeton community, Dr. Karen has been a member of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Princeton Clergy Association and Montgomery’s Sustainability Committee. She has held mid-week services at the Princeton Forrestal Center Adult Community and a monthly Business Owner’s Spiritual Support group.
Prior to ministry, she had various careers as a leadership coach, lease negotiator, actress, Ohio legislative aide, budget analyst and Econometrician. She has a BA in Economics from the University of Connecticut, graduating with Distinction in Labor Economics, and a MS in Econometrics from Wright State University.