Rev. Michelle Ingalls

Senior Minister

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Robert Brown RScP 

Board President

I am a retired lawyer, Vietnam veteran and father of two adult children. I was introduced to the Science of Mind teaching in late 2014 and very quickly found my spiritual home. In 2019, I completed Practitioner studies and became a Religious Science Practitioner. The attractions of this metaphysical teaching for me are the concept of the indwelling Spirit, the inclusivity of the philosophy, the lack of dogma, the loving fellowship and the knowing that by changing my thinking I can change my life. As a direct result of incorporating Science of Mind principles and practices into my daily life, I now live a more joyful and fulfilled life. I have adopted as my personal motto the following statement of Judge Thomas Troward: “Principle is not bound by precedent”. Since 2017, I have divided my time between Oceanside, California and Ajijic, Mexico. 


Evon Carpenter 

Vice President

My journey studying Science of Mind began in the 1980s when I joined the Center for Spiritual Living in Seal Beach, CA.  My continued devotion to the principles and practices of the philosophy has enabled me to enjoy a joyous and successful life following many interests and passions. I have served as an accomplished violinist and played with orchestras and chamber groups, a CPA working for a major company, and after earning a master’s degree in education teaching 5th and 6th graders in Del Mar, CA. I now enjoy retirement with my dear dog Suri, reading and studying, and quilting. I truly believe that only good comes to me and goes out from’s what I expect and what I accept as my experience.

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Ralane Clarke RScP

Board Member

Rob McGregor, RScP