Al is a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner with Centers for Spiritual Living where he works with individuals providing guidance and clarity of life’s circumstances.
Helping individuals change their lives through shifting consciousness
Meet the East Bay Spiritual Practitioners
The role of the Licensed Spiritual Practitioner is to help individuals make changes in their lives by making changes in their consciousness. The fundamental tool of the practitioner is a form of affirmative prayer called Spiritual Mind Treatment. Practitioners are specifically trained to shift consciousness on behalf of and for the individual through the use of this tool.
The effectiveness of Spiritual Mind Treatment is based on the fundamental law of the Universe that all true and lasting change takes place as a result of a shift in consciousness. A Practitioner facilitates this shift by assisting the individual in adopting new beliefs, perspectives, and attitudes. As beliefs, perspectives, and attitudes change, new conditions and situations are naturally attracted into the individual’s life.
Bliss has been a licensed practitioner with CSL since 2009. Known as “The Living Well Instigator” Bliss believes you can create the life you want to live.
Arleen has been a member of East Bay for over 20 years and has been a Licensed Practitioner for 11 years. She served on the Board of Trustees for 12 years. Arleen was a Leader in the High-Tech Industry, where she has led global teams around the world. She is inspired by the power of “change your thinking, change your life.”
Booker Dikes, Jr., RScP is a practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science and is currently available to see clients.
Brenda King-Randle arrived at EBCRS in 1992, where she has been a loyal member and a committed Spiritual Practitioner for over 26 years. Brenda has served EBCRS in many different capacities: Practitioner Coordinator, Instructor of SOM classes. Twice as a Board of Trustee: 1993-1994 as a member and 2014-2016 as President. She is currently available to see clients.
Carol has been an EBCRS Practitioner since 2000.
Christine Schoefer, RScP became a Practitioner because she wanted to engage more intimately with the One, through meditation, study, and prayer. She cherishes the East Bay Church community and welcomes opportunities to lift and shift consciousness through prayer. Christine Schoefer, RScP is currently available to see clients.
As a student of Religious Science and Practitioner for over 30 years, it is my joy to assist clients with detaching from their ego-based identities to embrace and integrate their true selves. My goal is to support them in deepening their faith, trust and ultimately re-write their life story. Debora Adams Truso, RScP, Emeritus is currently available to see clients.
Dr Cynthia Chang is a practitioner for 15 years and is a holistic practitioner teaching mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) and Tai Qi. She is currently available to see clients.
Evelyn Wesley, RScP, Emeritus became a licensed Religious Science practitioner in 1998. She has taught classes, presented workshops, worked with the World Ministry of Prayer and is the current president of FACES of the East Bay. Evelyn Wesley, RScP, Emeritus is currently available to see clients.
Gloria Eagles, RScP has been a Licensed Practitioner for 15 years, dedicating her practice to service. Acknowledging the presence of God in all creations. She is currently available to see clients.
Helen Anderson, RScP is a spiritual practioner emeritus at East Bay Church of Religious Science and is currently available to see clients.
Hope Anderson, RScP is a practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science and is currently available to see clients.
James Glenn, RScP is a practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science and is currently available to see clients.
Kimberly Satterfield, RScP is honored to serve as a licensed Religious Science Practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science. she believes the power of prayer and the application of New Thought principles is life transforming. Kimberly Satterfield, RScP is currently available to see clients.
KSuzanne has been a licensed Practitioner in Centers for Spiritual Living for nearly 20 years. KSuzanne’s life has been transformed through the teachings of Science of Mind.
Kuwaza was born in San Francisco, California. He has been a member of East Bay Church since 1998 and a Licensed Practitioner since 2009.
Latoya Lopez, RScP is a practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science and is currently available to see clients.
I have been a Practitioner at East Bay since 2012. I have studied World Religions, including African-based Spiritual Systems, for a long time. I received my BA in Religious Studies at UC Santa Cruz and spent a year studying Theology at the Pacific School of Religion, in Berkeley.
Lynne Daniels, RScP is a practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science and is currently available to see clients.
Maira Sura, RScP is a licensed practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science working with the Latinx community by teaching the basics of Science of Mind through classes and workshops. Maira intends to be a resource for infinite possibilities to our greater community. Like our teaching, she is open at the top. Maira Sura, RScP is currently available to see clients.
Paris-Michael Page was born and raised in the Fillmore district of San Francisco, and has been a member of East Bay Church since 1993, and a certified Practitioner since 2005. Paris is also a member of the Men’s chorus and the main choir. Paris-Michael Page, RScP is currently available see clients.
“My goal as a Licensed Spiritual Practitioner is to be that beacon of light who gives hope to everyone I come in contact with, and also by assisting individuals to make changes in their lives, for the betterment of all, by making changes in their consciousness.” Rebecca is currently available to see clients.
Ona has been an EBCRS Practitioner since 2009. After witnessing several transitions of young adult family members, Ona has actively sought out coping strategies to comfort the loss of children. “Grief can be paralyzing, yet the healing of God is more powerful than any experience”.
Sherri L. Grier is a Licensed Professional Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in the Youth and Family Ministry facilitating successful youth groups here at the East Bay Church of Religious Science.
Rev. Anthony has been a member of EBCRS for over twenty years and an Assistant Minister for five years. He is involved in community outreach programs, consisting of positive communication, visitation of incarcerated youth and adults. He is active in Pastoral care which consist of visitation of the sick and shut-in.
Reverend Dr. Elouise D. Oliver is the Minister Emeritus of the East Bay Church of Religious Science in Oakland, California. Under the leadership of Rev. “E” the Church has grew from 37 members to 1200 members since 1991.
Robert Quintana Hopkins has attended East Bay Church since 1999 and has been a Licensed Religious Science Practitioner (RScP) since 2009.
Rosana has been a practitioner since 2007. Rosana normalizes the challenges. She meets people right where they are with compassion, despite what it looks like. Just the way it is and just the way it isn’t.
I have been a part of the CSL community since 1994 and a Religious Science Practitioner since 2000. From the very first time I set foot through the doors of East Bay Church of Religious Science, which at that time was in Preservation Park, I knew I had found my tribe.
Sandi Adams is a licensed practitioner at East Bay Church of Religious Science.
Stacey Saadiq currently serves the Reverend Elouise Oliver Ministry, Youth and Family Ministry and Meditation Ministry. She has in the past served on the Education Ministry.
Tina Bathsheba Harambe is a practitioner, visionary educational leader and healing arts facilitator who displays compassion, commitment and service to transforming the quality of education in our nation as well as healing in our lives.
I started studying New Thought as a young single mother. Through affirmative prayer, I have reclaimed my power from childhood trauma as an immigrant living in urban slums, the sorrow of a failed marriage, and the mixed blessings of years in a high-tech corporate world adapting to include a Latina Black Woman.