Alaska Center for Spiritual Living 929 East 81st Avenue, Suite 105, Anchorage AK 99518 phone: (907) 522-0940
Join Us Sundays @ 10:30am & Wednesdays 7pm

Alaska Center for Spiritual Living, Anchorage, AK

We are meeting at:
929 East 81st Avenue, Suite 105, Anchorage, AK 99518

Come Celebrate Life with us!
every Sunday:
Early Morning Service: 8am
Meditation 10:30 am
Music Ministry: 10:45
Celebration at 11 am
Wednesday Service: 7pm
w/ Taize Service every 4th Wed.

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Season of Peace
The Whole World can be in your Hand

We build our future with love.

God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good. ~Genesis 1:31

You shall not pollute the land in which you live… you shall not defile the land in which you live, in which I also dwell. ~Numbers 35:33-34

A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Forests are the lungs of our land, purifying the air and giving fresh strength to our people. ~Theodore Roosevelt

Focus Ministry Links: ~ Family Ministry ~ Heart to Heart ~ Music Ministry ~ Visioning Ministry ~
Volunteer Ministry ~ Youth Ministry ~ Animal Ministry ~ Prayer Ministry ~ Green Ministry ~

Peace buttonA PLEDGE OF (Rochester Season for Nonviolence)

Making peace must start within me and my community. therefore on this day, ________________, 2015, I commit myself, as best I can, to practice nonviolence and to strengthen my capacity to remain peaceful regardless of circumstances. I pledge:
To Respect Self and Others: To respect myself, to affirm others and to avoid uncaring criticism, hateful words, physical attacks and self-destructive behavior.
 Specifically, I will check the items I am Committing to:
[  ]  Practice saying an affirmation to a friend or family member every day.
[  ]  Reach out to my neighbors—greet them, see if I can be of assistance in someway, or organize a neighborhood event.
[  ]  Write your own:_____________________________________________________
To Communicate: To share my feelings honestly, to look for safe ways to express my anger, and to work at solving problems peacefully.
Specifically, I will:
[  ]  Practice saying an affirmation to a co-worker, friend or family member every day.
[  ]  When I get angry, I’ll take a deep breath and walk away for time to cool down.
[  ]  Write your own:______________________________________________________
 To Listen: To listen carefully to others, especially those who disagree with me, and to consider others’ feelings and needs rather than insist on having my own way.
Specifically, I will:
[  ]  Attend Season activities to learn new ways to communicate honestly and peacefully.
[  ]  Write your own:_______________________________________________________
To Forgive: To apologize and make amends when I have hurt another, to forgive others, and to keep from holding grudges.
Specifically, I will:
[  ]  Find time each day to pray, meditate, read a special text, or simply be quiet to open my heart to compassion to myself and others.
[  ]  Write a letter/email of apology or forgiveness to someone with whom I have unresolved tension.
[  ]  Write your own:_______________________________________________________

To Respect Nature: To treat the environment and all living things, including pets, with respect and care.
Specifically, I will:
[  ]  Take a reusable bag or ask for a paper bag at the grocery store rather than using plastic.
[  ]  Recycle bottles, plastic containers, and paper rather than throwing them in the  trash.
[  ]  Unplug chargers and appliances when not in use.
[  ]  Develop a conscious awareness around how I can recycle, deduce, and reuse.
[  ]  Write your own:________________________________________________________
To Play Creatively: To select activities that support the peaceful values and to avoid activities that make violence look exciting, funny, or acceptable.
Specifically, I will:
[  ]  Take a break from TV or the computer and go outside for a walk this week.
[  ]  Volunteer for a community youth program at my church or children’s school.
[  ]  Read a book about any Peace Maker including a child or teenager.
[  ]  Write your own:________________________________________________________
To Be Courageous: To challenge violence in all its forms whenever I encounter it, whether at home, at school, or in the community, and to stand with others who are treated unfairly.
Specifically, I will:
[  ]  Speak up if I see someone being verbally or physically threatened or hurt, or call for    help if it is unsafe for me to do so.
[  ]  Read a book about peace building and nonviolence (visit for  suggest Season reading).
[  ]  Talk to my minister, or practitioner about hosting a training program on building bridges across differences (race, gender, ethnicity, religion, class, etc).
[  ]  Attend a film screening or host a movie night about the Civil Rights Movement or Women’s Suffrage Movement.
[  ]  Write your own:_________________________________________________________




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