Center for Spiritual Living Coming Soon to Greenville

Throughout December, Rev. Marcia MacLean will host Friday conversations for moving through the holidays authentically, and new year workshops for envisioning and bringing about positive change. These gatherings also create opportunities for the founder of Greenville’s newest spiritual center and members of the community to meet.

Reverend MacLean—or Marcia, as she prefers to be called—moved to Greenville with her husband this fall and is founding the Center for Spiritual Living Greenville (CSL Greenville) with the help of community members in the coming months. Ordained in Western North Carolina in 2001, MacLean’s ministry is an affiliate of Centers for Spiritual Living in Golden, Colorado. Their commitment “is to provide spiritual tools for personal and global transformation…to awaken humanity to its spiritual magnificence… [and to co-create] a world that works for everyone.”

Beginning with discussion circles, book groups and workshops, CSL Greenville will then open education pathways for life-long learners and those seeking licensure, ordination and degrees with Centers for Spiritual Living. East meets West and Ancient Wisdom meets New Thought and new science, as students and teachers meditate, study, apply and prove this powerful truth for themselves: “Go, let it be done to you according to your belief.” (Matt. 8:13, Lamsa)

The centers honor all paths, recognize that the promise of our individual and collective healing lies in our interconnectedness, and teach that, as more of us awaken to the creative power within us, healing and growth abound.

Details are in the Calendar of Events for Fridays, December 7, 14, 21 and 28, and Saturday, December 29, in this magazine. To learn more and to register, visit, or email