Sunday Metaphysical Celebration Service with Sukyo Mahikari

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The Institute for Spiritual Development is a diverse, God-Centered, metaphysical church and spiritual community dedicated to expanding our spiritual awareness in an atmosphere of unconditional love and acceptance.

Sanctuary from left side WEB - March 19 2017Our unique Sunday Service is an interactive experience celebrating the Divine in our lives through prayer, singing, special musical presentations, guided meditation and messages from spirit. Welcome Home !

This Sunday! Experience the Light with Sukyo Mahikari!

Enjoy the positive energy called “Light” from Sukyo Mahikari practitioners.

SukyoMahakariBruce McBarnette will be offering the homily during the Service, and Sukyo Mahikari practitioners will be giving Light during the Affirmation of Spirit and immediately following the service to anyone from the ISD-DC community who wishes to receive it.

Sukyo Mahikari is an energy practice through which you can receive a positive energy called “Light” that is transmitted from the hand of a practitioner. By receiving Light you can revitalize your spirit, mind, and body. Some people feel calmer and gain greater clarity of mind. By giving Light and practicing principles of harmonious living, you can profoundly transform your life.

Sukyo MahikariSukyo Mahikari has over a million practitioners and has centers all over the world where people can receive Light or learn to give it. Members of the Washington DC center are demonstrating the Light for anyone who would like to experience it. They give the light by pointing their palm at you while you sit in a chair about a foot away. Check out Sukyo Mahikari Center of DC’s Facebook page at

5419 Sherier Pl. N.W. Washington, D.C., close to the intersection of Arizona and MacArthur.

Sundays, 11 a.m.  
Meditation time with quiet music and no-cost mini-healings start at 10:30 a.m.

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Sunday Metaphysical Celebration Service with Sukyo Mahikari

Institute for Spiritual Development


11:00 am - 12:15 pm

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