About Our Practioners
Cindy Risser, RScP
Cindy got hooked on Science of Mind with her first class in 1997. She became a practitioner in 2003. Since then she has been serving CCSL as a practitioner and in various other volunteer positions. Cindy is semi-retired and enjoys friends, family (9 grandchildren who keep her very busy), reading and bridge. She loves CCSL and considers it and it’s community as her spiritual home.
“There is a force for good in the Universe and you can use it.” – Ernest Holmes
Wendy Greene, ALSP
Wendy Greene is an Agape Licensed Spiritual Practitioner whose passion is supporting individuals and groups in discovering and living from their highest selves. She has been a member of CCSL since 2007, the year she moved to Columbia. She is a member of the Audio/Visual, Heart-to-Heart (pastoral care), and Prayer teams, and former member of the choir and Hospitality teams. An accomplished speaker and workshop leader, she has a diverse professional background and now works as a management consultant, helping organizations navigate major change.
“I love Sundays at CCSL not just because of the spiritual food and life-affirming message, but because it’s truly a day spent with friends.”
Shari Hammond, RScP
Shari has been a Practitioner for the past 3 ½ years. She is a regular speaker in our community and in the local area at spiritual centers in Maryland. She is the founder of “Shari’s Promise”, a sexual abuse awareness and educational organization, and has been a successful entrepreneur for over a decade. Shari has 3 beautiful children and is and enjoys public speaking, conducting workshops and classes and is also a realtor by profession.
“We can no more do without spirituality than we can do without food, shelter, or clothing.” – Ernest Holmes
Idalia Romero, RScP
Idalia has been a member of the Columbia Center for Spiritual Living for over 10 yrs and has been an RScP with CCSL for the past 3 ½ of those years. She currently serves as the practitioner for our Funday School program and has served on various committees throughout her time here at CCSL. Her goal is to daily take the time to connect with her True Divine Self and express her Divine Nature in and through her life and in everything she does. She appreciates her true calling as a contribution to recovery and families suffering from addiction through her work for the Al-Anon Family Groups and also enjoys crocheting, knitting, reading and spending time with her life partner Phil and their beloved dog Harley.
“I know that the perception of wholeness is the consciousness of all healing”