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What we believe

We believe that God is a loving Infinite Intelligence, operating through and as all of life, never separate from anyone or anything.

What we teach

We do this by teaching practical tools that grow out of the Universal Principles that life is good and that there is only one God common to all people. We celebrate that Love is Power. We know that as we awaken to our true Spiritual Nature, the world transforms.

The Community

InSpirit is a place that changes people’s lives and empowers them to connect with their spiritual nature, their unique and inherent talents, and creating meaning in their lives–thus creating a world that works for everyone.

Attend a Sunday Service

Join us on Sunday morning!

First service: 9:30 a.m.

Meditation: 10:35 to 10:45 a.m.

Second Service: 11:00 a.m.

Sunday School and Nursery Care

25782 Obrero Drive, Mission Viejo, CA 92691

  • August 2 ~ Up With People

    Celebration Sunday

    “Dance before the music is over and dream about how you will move your feet.”

    It is not our natural state to be complacent in how we “do” life.  We are here to be dancers and dreamers to expand our life and allow the music to inspire our thoughts and actions.  As a culture that is always on the search for greater expression and purpose in life, it’s time to “up” our consciousness and reveal that spirit within that is yearning to be more and live fully.

    Join Rev. Sandy this Sunday for that most important awakening of yourself as she invites you to explore more deeply who you are.

  • August 9 ~ A Place At The Table

    Gratitude Sunday

    “Peace be unto thee, stranger, enter and be not afraid.
    I have left the gate open and thou art welcome to my home.
    There is room in my house for all.
    I have swept the hearth and lighted the fire.
    The room is warm and cheerful and you will find comfort and rest within.
    The table is laid and the fruits of Life are spread before thee.
    The wine is here also, it sparkles in the light.
    I have set a chair for you where the sunbeams dance through the shade.
    Sit and rest and refresh your soul.
    Eat of the fruit and drink the wine.
    All, all is yours, and you are welcome.” ~ Ernest Holmes

    Join Rev. Sandy this Sunday at the table – there is a place for you.

  • August 16 ~ It Takes A Village

    Healing Sunday

    “It takes a lot of people to make a winning team. Everybody’s contribution is important.” ~ Gary David Goldberg

    Sometimes in life we find that the greatest results come from the efforts of many.  Working in conjunction with God, self and others we are able to accomplish something that truly makes a difference.  If we isolate ourselves from that Higher Power and/or the contributions of others, we may not achieve the results that can have the greatest impact.  Sometimes It Takes a Village.

    This Sunday, Rev. Sandy gathers the tribe and encourages us all to recognize the greater picture and the power of many.

    Join us in celebration of community – common unity – and strive to make a difference.

    Do what you can with great love!

  • August 23 ~ Ordinary Miracles

    Prayer Wall Sunday

    Special guest dancer Lauren Mangiapane

    “We constantly wait in anticipation for a miracle to happen in our life, unaware that the miracle is actually life itself.”  ~  Daniel Chidiac

    We live in an abundant universe;  a universe filled with miracles.  Miracles come in many sizes, shapes and forms and it’s time we stop, look and listen for anything that may appear to be extraordinary or just an Ordinary Miracle.

    This Sunday, Rev. Sandy reveals the miracles that are everywhere in. around and through us.  It’s time we acknowledge those miracles and give thanks for the amazing way that life works.

    Join us Sunday and celebrate all you have, all you are and all you have yet to receive.

  • August 30 - Dare to Dance & Dream

    “You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it come true. You may have to work for it, however.”   Richard Bach.

    Don’t worry if there seems to be some space between your dream and your current reality; if you can dream it you can make it so.  Dare to dream!  Dare to dance – and dance toward that dream!  Let your dance be the action that brings your dream to life.

    Join Rev Bill Salisbury this Sunday, and let’s dance and dream together.

Ordinary Miracles

by Rev. Sandy Moore