My first experience with Science of Mind was in 1991. Like many people who walk through the doors I took a deep breath as I realized I’d come home. A home I always knew existed, but until that moment had never found. This was a turning point in my life. 

The more I learned, practiced and lived these spiritual principles the more enjoyable and fulfilling life became. Relationships were healed, financial strife began to ease and my physical health thrived. Soon, I started taking classes and became a licensed Practitioner in 2000. In 2005 I decided to listen to Spirit’s call to ministry and attended Holmes Institute at the Seaside Center for Spiritual Living campus in Encinitas, CA to gain my ministerial license. 

After graduating in 2009 I accepted a Letter of Call as Senior Minister in Grants Pass until March of 2016 when Spirit’s call led me to San Diego and One Heart One Mind Center for Spiritual Living. 


The many years I spent as an elementary school teacher helped my ministry more than I ever thought possible. Ministry requires kindness, compassion, active listening, organization, valuing all individuals and the understanding that everyone experiences life in their own way. To me, it is important to make everyone feel safe, nurtured and cared for so that they can shine their light. 

Today, my ministry is renewed, refreshed and inspired. I know in the depth of my heart that I was called to One Heart One Mind and we are all in a period of renewal. I honor the leadership and contributions of all the ministers who have come before me at One Heart One Mind. Now, we come together in a collective intention to grow and become a point of light and inspiration for everyone who walks through our doors. I look forward to many years with all of you.

In love,

Rev. Michelle


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