Oct 23, 2013

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Rev. Lynn Johnson

Rev. Lynn Johnson

Straight out of a messy divorce in April of 2002 I came to the Portland Center for Spiritual Living, then still called the Portland Church of Religious Science. The day of my first service at a Religious Science center in southern California was Lynn’s first service at the Portland Center as their Minister (ah, synchronicity). Most importantly to me, she truly saw me at a time in my life when it felt like no one else did, and encouraged parts of me I didn’t even know were there. It was with her support that I got involved in classes, and stepped up to be a part of the Board, soon after that becoming Chair. She was the Minister who married my husband and I, and the one I called when I decided it was time to say Yes to Practitioner training. I am so grateful for her parts in my life.

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