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We’re so glad you found us. The Parker Community Church of Religious Science (PCCRS) spiritual community has been in the Parker, CO area since 2003. We teach the Science of Mind philosophy,  which is based on Universal Spiritual Principles commonly found in many of the world’s religions.

Our Senior Minister, Rev. Carla Ryan, is both an ordained Religious Science Minister and a Minister of Interfaith Studies. To learn more about her spiritual leadership, follow this link.


PCCRS holds Sunday services in the historic Ruth Memorial Chapel on the grounds of the Parker Mainstreet Center (19650 E. Mainstreet, Parker, CO 80138)…and other workshops and mid-week classes at the PCCRS Learning Center location (19731 E. Pikes Peak Court, Suite G-2, Parker, CO 80138). Visit our CONTACT page to reach us via mail, email or telephone.

We look forward to seeing you and accompanying you on your Spiritual journey. All are welcome! Namaste’

Holmes1Ernest Holmes is said to have given this description of the origins of Religious Science:

“The philosophy of Religious Science is nothing new to the world. It is rather a synthesis of the greatest concepts that have ever come to the mind of humankind. The laws of Moses, the love of Christ, the ethics of the Buddha, the morals of Confucius, and the deep spiritual realization of the Hindus…all find an exalted place in the philosophy of Religious Science.”
(January 2000, SOM Magazine)

We are a member of ANTN (Affiliated New Thought Network).
Classes are accredited through Emerson Theological Institute.

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MicListen to our latest message below, or see our Sermon Archive for prior messages.

You can also view sermon presentations via our Parker CCRS channel on YouTube. Just CLICK HERE.

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Rev. Carla
Founding & Senior Minister
Education Director

What We Believe? ​

Follow this link for our basic principles and beliefs. You can also contact our Senior Minister, Rev. Carla Ryan, for a personal one-on-one discussion about this practical philosophy called Science of Mind. And be sure to attend our casual and welcoming Sunday service (10:00 a.m.) or other spiritually-based classes that apply toward Religious Studies degree programs.

There are many opportunities to explore these life-affirming teachings and we are happy to share them with you. Everyone is welcome! We look forward to meeting you soon.