Rev. Marigene De Rusha
has been a minister with the Centers for Spiritual Living, an international spiritual organization, for thirty-five years. She began attending the Center in St. Louis during the 1970s and went on to graduate from the Holmes Institute in Seattle, where she was ordained and became the associate minister.
Marigene relocated back in St. Louis and became the Spiritual Leader at CSL in 2003. For fifteen years she’s been speaking, healing and teaching metaphysical principles at the Fee Fee Rd., Center.
Centers for Spiritual Living
Based in Golden, Colorado, Centers for Spiritual Living™ is a global community comprised of more than 400 spiritual communities, teaching chapters, study groups and other ministries in 30 countries.
These communities teach a New Thought philosophy that brings religion and science together and offers spiritual tools to transform personal lives and help make the world a better place. This is done through the study and practice of Science of Mind® and Spirit, also known as Religious Science®, which holds that all life is sacred — that each human being is an expression of God. We believe in Cause and Effect and teach that “it is done unto you as you believe.” In essence, our thinking and expectations create our reality. Our teachings incorporate the ancient wisdom of spiritual traditions through the ages. People of all spiritual paths — Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, and others — are welcome in our communities.
We help people experience a personal relationship with the creator; promote a community of tolerance, understanding, and respect; provide classes, programs, prayer, and meditation; and advocate a safe spiritual community of like-minded people interested in living a spiritual life.
The organization was founded in 1918 in Los Angeles, California and has been teaching and healing since. It’s estimated that more than ten million people have come through the Centers and study programs for healing and the teachings.
The Centers for Spiritual Living is celebrating its hundredth, 100, anniversary.