Peak Room

Class Description:

Grades 10-12

Spiritual Theme: Conscious choices and spiritual living.

CSLDallas teens grades 10-12 and their advisors gather on Sunday mornings, 10am – Noon, and Wednesday evenings, 6:30-8:30 pm, to discover and understand core Science of Mind principles and how to apply them to their lives successfully.

Meaningful and honest discussion in a sacred, confidential space forms the basis of all interactions. Engaging activities and experiential learning workshops focus on teen-related issues from a spiritual perspective.  Teens interact with leaders within the CSLDallas community who share their wisdom and act as mentors.  

To build leadership skills, teens are provided myriad opportunities including speaking on the platform during Sunday service, fundraising, serving on committees, community service and organizing special events for the younger children in JOY Village such as the annual CSLDallas Easter Egg Hunt and Winter Wonderland. Lock-ins, pool parties and plenty of opportunities to just hang out and have fun are always planned as well! 

During all teen activities, advisors seek out opportunities to empower our teens to be responsible, conscious creators of their own lives, and to identity and embrace their strengths to create a purpose-filled life. 


Frank Vitale

My experience of CSL Dallas community has given me great joy. The radical inclusion, vibrance, and deeply centered loving & caring of all its members inspire me to show up and elevate my Self on every level. With such incredible support all around me, I am doing my utmost to share and draw this out from within the teens I serve!

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After a number of years as an educator then subsequently working as Program Director for the EduCare Foundation, circumstances necessitated my eventual resignation and prompted my wife and only daughter to move to North Dallas to support my wife’s parents. Thankfully, Spirit led us to CSLDallas, where we received our own support during this extremely challenging time. As we become more engaged within the CSLDallas community, the calling to step into working with teens once again became clear for me.