Prayer line: 707-546-4561
Anywhere, any time, you can call for a prayer from your spiritual community. Just dial 707-546-4561 to connect with the Telephone Prayer Ministry, staffed by practitioners and congregants of the Center for Spiritual Living who love to pray, and have been trained to do spiritual mind treatment to assist others.
Weekdays 6 to 9 pm, you will reach one of our live “prayer operators” unless they are currently assisting someone else. If they are – or if you call at other times – you can leave a message requesting a call back, or you can leave a message stating your prayer request.
When you speak with one of our prayer operators, they will listen – in confidence – to your prayer request, and then do a spiritual mind treatment to assist you in realizing the good you desire in your life. Phone calls typically last between 4 and 8 minutes. Your prayer operator will also request contact information for a follow up letter and affirmation designed to support you in your unique situation, and will continue to hold you in confidential prayer for the next week.
Our Telephone Prayer Ministry operators have completed, at a minimum, the Science of Mind Foundations or Beyond Limits class, the Spiritual Practices for Daily Living or Power of Your Word class, and the semi-annual Telephone Prayer Ministry training. Additionally, they are people with deep faith in the ability of prayer to uplift every area of our lives—physical, mental, relational, financial, emotional, and spiritual.
You can also hear a recorded reading and prayer at any time, 24 hours a day, by calling Dial A Thought, 707-544-5423. These messages are recorded semi-weekly by licensed Religious Science Practitioners.
Whether speaking to us, leaving a message, or listening to recorded prayer, please feel free to call us as often as you like. We are here to pray with you.
Call for Prayer: 707-546-4561.
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What I Receive
"The comfort knowing there is a community that shares my desire to live more and more from a place of love vs. hate, abundance vs. lack, wholeness vs. despair, community vs. isolation. I'm also learning how to be myself in this community, and give in ways that support the Center and my own personal growth."