Our Sunday Service
Morning Star Center for Spiritual Living meets at the Senior Citizens Center located at 329 S. Peters. The center is located three blocks south of Main Street in the upstairs meeting hall of the two story blonde-brick building on the east side of the street - across from a small city park at the corner of Symmes and Peters.
We typically have around 50-80 members and guests in attendance. Our format is similar to a Sunday service. Dress is casual, our services are informal and comfortable, and our live music is phenomenal. We enjoy a different speaker each week. This allows us to explore a wide range of spiritual topics throughout the year. We also have childcare available for younger attendees.
Music is an integral part of our service. It is a glorious blend of acoustical guitars, keyboards, and vocal harmonies that lifts the spirit in an upbeat and reflective atmosphere.
Before and after the service, please visit our Wisdom Collection (Morning Star's lending library) and browse our diverse collection of books, cds, dvds, and other spiritual resource materials.
All are welcome and we hope you'll join us!
Morning Star Center for Spiritual Living is an open, non-denominational spiritual community. We provide opportunities for spiritual growth and development through a spiritual forum and a different speaker each Sunday.
Our Vision Statement
Our Sunday gathering is designed to provide encouragement to individually manifest our highest good and purpose in our lives. Inner direction is the key. We reinforce spiritual growth and the infinite potential within us.
We seek connections to create an open atmosphere of acceptance of all backgrounds, races and lifestyles. We come together in a spirit of inclusiveness, embracing all spiritual paths, honoring One God in an atmosphere of unconditional love.
The format of our service is:
Morning Star’s Audacious Five Practices
Our Board of Directors has adopted the five practices described by Robert Schnase as a setting intentions guide for the board and our Morning Star community. You’re invited to join us in exploring ways to implement and incorporate these practices into daily life.
The Five Practices are: