The Home of Truth Spiritual Center
What is The Home of Truth?
The Home of Truth is an inclusive community in which to learn, practice and express ourselves as unique expressions of the Divine.
Who does the Home of Truth Serve?
All are welcome to participate at their own pace and receive that which resonates with them. Each person may offer their own unique gifts in a variety of areas.
How does The Home of Truth do this?
“The Home of Truth is just that for me! It is a place where I come 'home' to myself, to my experience of being an expression of Divine Consciousness/Infinite Presence/Spirit. That 'truth' allows me to live as a joyous expression of the wonder of life and the beauty of living at this time. I am blessed by the wisdom of the teachings and am always learning more about how extraordinary we are and what is possible as I engage in the classes and meditation. What a gift to participate here!!!”
-Rita Reneaux (Community Member since 2015)
“I first attended the Home of Truth to support (then) Rev Ouida Cooper-Rodriquez. I returned because the message and music touched my heart and I made new friends on the first day! Given it was also an Inner Listening Sunday, I and my brand new friends, had a chance to get deep and personal with Spirit. That clenched the deal. A place that encourages and practices the personal I-Thou intimacy with the Divine in community is my kind of spiritual home.”
-Marilyn Flower (community member since 2012/2014)
"The Home of Truth Spiritual Center is a welcoming community affirming that we are all expressions of One Divine Energy that honors all paths to God. It is my joy to join hearts & hands in fellowship with this loving community." -Vicki Mizel (Community Member since 2017)
"We are one in our diversity. We do not all agree about anything, for we bring many experiences, many viewpoints, many insights. Over a third of us have been ordained in various traditions; many others have developed deep and consistent spiritual practices based on a variety of spiritual and human potential training. What brings us together is a common commitment to open minds, open hearts, and a constant question of spirit, ('What would you have me know?')"
-Pat Sullivan (Community Members since 2017)