The Center for Spiritual Living, Glendale uses a different model than many other centers by inviting these favorite guest ministers to lecture on alternating weeks bringing a variety of teaching approaches to the Sunday lessons. We feel this is a great opportunity to hear a range of perspectives on the philosophy and a way to deepen our spiritual understanding.

     Rev. Dr. Sue Rubin


Dr. Sue’s 35 years as a Religious Science Minister started in 1985, when she served ten years as the first minister of the First Church of Religious Science, Edmonton. Next stop was as Interim Minister in Honolulu and for 13 years, Dr. Sue was Sr. Minister at the Center for Spiritual Living, Westlake Village. Dr. Sue now serves the broader New Thought Community, guest speaking, teaching, presenting workshops, facilitating Board Retreats, and mentoring.

Rev. Dr. Maureen Hoyt


Dr. Maureen is an ordained minister of Religious Science and has been in active ministry for 24 years and a practitioner for 30 years. She taught at the Holmes Institute and continues to speak at local Centers for Spiritual Living every month. Her practice as a counselor is a significant part of her desire to make a difference in the world, and this aspect of her life continues to be incredibly rewarding.
After retirement from pulpit ministry, she reinvented herself as an editor/proofreader and is enjoying going back to her roots. 


            Rev. Greg Dorst


Rev. Greg’s messages are often centered in a discussion of real world issues. His ideas and thoughts are rooted in a solid understanding of Science of Mind as well as traditional religious teachings and world philosophies.
In 1998, Rev. Greg gave up the practice of law and turned to non-profit work. Between 2004 and 2011, while working as CEO of a non-profit organization, he obtained his practitioner and ministerial licenses. He is a teacher, a philosopher and a minister teaching Science of Mind. His business experiences inform his lessons with a practicality that aligns a spiritual path with how we navigate in our daily world.