Leadership Council Perspective-Madge Cassel, RScP


What an eye-opening service that I listened to on Sunday, February 24, 2019.  If you have not listened to it, please go to https://cslglv.org/ click on Celebrate, then Video Archive, and select “CSLGLV 2-24-19 Meditation and Sunday Service.”  For me it is a realization how privileged I have been, and how privileged my parents were. If you want to know what I am talking about, sit down and listen to the complete message of the February 24th service. 

On March 31st, after the Sunday service, there will be a workshop based on a book by Jodi Picoult called Small Great Things.  This book is what the reading was from in the service.  I am going to the workshop and I hope everyone will attend and we fill every seat in the sanctuary.  Let us all come together to learn and understand what happened in the past and what is still happening.  Let us be that voice in Las Vegas, that CSLGLV is a place where it doesn’t matter what the color of your skin is, what your nationality is, how you dress, how you look or what your sexual orientation is.  CSLGLV is a place that welcomes all and is a place that works for ALL.

What an exciting time as we welcome into Membership four 16-year-olds (and four adults).  It is exciting to see that young people want to be a bigger part of CSLGLV, and be a voice that goes out into the High Schools and into their world.

I encourage all to become involved in CSLGLV; in SpiritGroups, classes, workshops, donating to the kitchen pantry, to the Food and Faith program, donating time to service projects and/or the Center.  I see us coming together as a STRONG community showing that God is the One Power working through all of us.