Q & A: Questions and Answers
About Community Church of New Thought
A. New Thought is an American
metaphysical spiritual philosophy that is approximately 150 years old.
There are about two thousand New Thought churches, groups and centers
nationwide, which include Unity churches, Religious Science churches, Divine Science churches and
independent New Thought churches such as Community Church of New
taught in New Thought?
A. Most New Thought churches and
centers base their teachings on some understanding of the thread of
universal truth that runs through all great religions. At Community
Church of New Thought we teach this universal philosophy as follows:
1. There is one infinite, all-inclusive, living intelligence beyond and
within all creation.
2. We are spiritual beings having a human experience and we share the
nature of the infinite God that created us.
3. We live as co-creators with God in a friendly, supportive, and
loving spiritual universe.
4. The ultimate destiny of humanity is to reunite in heart and mind
with the One that created us out of Itself.
A. In some New Thought
denominations, New Thought is considered practical or applied
Christianity because it puts into practice the essential metaphysical
teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. At Community Church of New Thought, we affirm expression of
spiritual principles in loving one another, promoting the highest good
for all, teaching and healing one another, ministering to one another,
and living together in peace, in accordance with the teachings of Jesus
and other enlightened teachers.
Community Church of New Thought offer?
A. Besides an enriching Sunday
celebration service, Community Church of New Thought offers a Sunday
adult education class, the Lola Pauline Mays New Thought
School of Ministry, spiritual counseling, christenings, baptisms, weddings,
memorials, prayer ministry,
pastoral ministry and facilities to host support groups.
Community Church of New Thought serve the greater community?
A. Through its regular programs
and activities, Community Church of New Thought empowers and
touches the lives of many people every week. We collect and donate
non-perishable food, clothing, toiletries, furniture and household
items for homeless parents and children to La Mesita, a local family
shelter that provides temporary emergency housing, employment readiness
training, childcare, and services to help families with minor aged
children become self-reliant.
should I become a member of Community
Church of New Thought?
A. Membership is a way of
belonging to our spiritual community and identifying with the New
Thought way of life. Great strength and support can be found in
becoming part of a community
of like-minded people. Community Church of New Thought's members
continually report that joining and embracing the philosophy has made a
significant positive difference in their lives.
other questions, e.g. gift and estate giving,
A. Contact us at
Community Church of
5013 East Broadway Road
Mesa, Arizona 85206-1301, USA
Phone: (480) 830-1074
E-mail: please use our e-mail form
Fax: (480) 830-2561