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Rev. Katherine Economou
Rev. Katherine Economou

Center for Spiritual Living welcomes new senior minister


Friday, December 20th, 2013
Issue 51, Volume 17.


MURRIETA – The Center for Spiritual Living, Temecula Valley is proud to announce the appointment of Reverend Katherine Economou as its new senior minister. The Center for Spiritual Living is located at 26871 Hobie Circle in Murrieta.

This will mark the completion of a nine-month search for a new minister, following previous Senior Minister Pat Campbell’s move to the Calgary (Alberta) Centre for Spiritual Living in April of this year.

"I am thrilled for the opportunity to be in service to this kind and welcoming community. I look forward to this upcoming year and to exploring together how we can live a more conscious and spiritual life," said Rev. Katherine. Advertisement
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Rev. Katherine resides in Fallbrook and for the past nine years was an assistant minister at the Seaside Center for Spiritual Living in Encinitas, where she served as the youth and family minister, director of education and then for the last seven years as dean of the Holmes Institute, an accredited masters degree in consciousness studies.

The Center for Spiritual Living Temecula Valley is a spiritual community that honors all paths to God, a spiritual community where people are respected and accepted for who they are and where they are on their spiritual journey. For more information about other services, classes, and workshops, visit www.csltv.org or call (951) 304-0268.


 

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