Welcome to the Center for Sacred Sciences, a welcoming and inclusive spiritual organization based in Eugene, Oregon, USA.  The teachings at the Center draw from the teachings of the mystics of all the great traditions, all of whom testify to a common, universal truth.

Our goal at the Center is not only to help individual seekers but also to foster a new world view in which both spiritual and scientific truths can be seen as different but complementary ways of describing a single underlying reality. To these ends, we offer the following services and resources:

There is a public service in Eugene at 11 am on most Sunday mornings, which usually consists of a talk by one of the center teachers followed by questions and answers. See our public schedule and directions to the service. The Center is accessible.

On our web site you can find teachings on many spiritual topics, available as audio downloads, as well as various written articles. We also publish books, videos, a newsletter, and a journal.

We have a lending library with thousands of books, audios, videos and periodicals from all the great traditions and different spiritual teachers. Search some of our collection online at TinyCat, and keep abreast of library news at the CSS Library Blog.

If you wish to develop a spiritual practice, the Center offers a distance studies course,local foundation studies course, a practitioner group, and silent meditation retreats. If you are interested in making a serious commitment to spiritual practice with us, you can learn how to join and become involved.
The Center is a non-profit organization governed by a board of directors. The Center is operated almost entirely by volunteer staff. The teachers at the Center present the teachings as a labor of love and receive no financial compensation from CSS for their teachings. However, because the Center does have on-going expenses, we invite you to consider making a donation or becoming a supporting member of the Center. Your contributions are greatly appreciated.

Listen: Introduction to CSS: Mission, Programs, and Teachings - mp3 audio, 2011

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