The Zulu greeting Sawubona means, “We see you.”
Welcome to Heart & Soul Center of Light!

Here we teach with passion, learn with curiosity, engage with kindness, behave with intention and live in consciousness.

We are who we say we are – a spiritual community centered in teaching and practicing the application of Science of Mind and spiritual principles and Laws. We are dedicated to the spiritual empowerment of all who chose to join us in elevating our collective contribution and action toward a more right and just society.

At Heart & Soul, we lead with love and follow with even more! As you consider where you’d like to build your spiritual community, we invite you to check in with us until checking in becomes a habit.

We see you. We love you. You belong. And we’re so very glad you’re here.

A word from Rev. Dr. Andriette Earl,
Heart & Soul Center of Light Founder and Spiritual Leader

Greetings Beloveds and welcome to Heart & Soul Center of Light!

If this is your first time with us, thank you for stopping by. If you’ve been here before, or this is your home, welcome back. However you come, we’re glad you’re here.

At Heart & Soul, we listen, learn, and commit to putting all that we can into creating a world that works for everyone. We are passionate about that and so much more. Now that you are here, please join in our joy – This IS Heart & Soul!

Centers for Spiritual Living

Heart & Soul Center of Light is an affiliate with Centers for Spiritual Living™, a global community of more than 400 spiritual communities in 30 countries, teaching chapters, and study groups. These communities teach a New Thought philosophy known as the Science of Mind, which brings religion and science together and offers spiritual tools to transform personal lives and help make the world a better place.

Centers for Spiritual Living
A Message from Centers for Spiritual Living Leadership

In late 2009, Rev. Dr. Andriette Earl dared to dream of a place where individuals from all walks of life could come together to nurture their souls, seek spiritual guidance, and build a loving community rooted in compassion and understanding.

— Rev. Dr. Soni Cantrell-Smith, Spiritual Leader, Centers for Spiritual Living