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List of New Thought denominations and independent centers

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List of New Thought denominations and independent centers

This is a list of New Thought membership organizations. It is historically based, therefore not all of these groups may be in existence at this time.









  • The Metaphysical Club, founded in Boston, Massachusetts by Rev. L. B. Macdonald, Dr. J. W. Lindy and Mr. Frederick Reed in 1895. This group, which is unrelated to a group of the same name at Harvard University organized by C.S. Peirce, Oliver Wendell Holmes and William James in 1872, was called "the first permanent New Thought Club" by Horatio Dresser. This Metaphysical Club was absorbed into the International New Thought Alliance in 1914. (membership organization; defunct)[1]
  • [Mile Hi Church--Science of Mind and Spirit] Lakewood, Colorado aka Science of Mind--Earnest Holmes







  • In February 2012, the two major Religious Science organizations, United Centers for Spiritual Living and International Centers for Spiritual Living, completed the process of integrating their organizations, becoming the newly formed Centers for Spiritual Living.

See also

Centers For Spiritual Living; Spiritual Leader Dr. Kenn Gordon Centers For Spiritual Living; President John Waterhouse


External links

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