The Community Miracles Center is a local and worldwide fellowship. We share our experience of A Course In Miracles and other related spiritual teachings in order to heal our perception of ourselves, our relationships, and the world."
1. Articles of Incorporation Secretary of State of State of California Feb. 9, 1987 (Shows Church intended purpose)
2. Recognition Letter Franchise Tax Board State of California Jun. 17, 1987 (Shows legal Church status)
3. Recognition Letter Internal Revenue Service U.S.A. Jan. 8, 1988 (Shows 501[c] Public Charity status)
4. Amendment to Articles Secretary of State of State of California Jan. 14, 1998 (Shows name change)
5. Reissue Recognition Letter Internal Revenue Service U.S.A. Oct. 10, 2018 (Shows 501[c] Public Charity status with new office address)
"There is no choice in this because only you can be the foundation of God's church. A church is where an altar is, and the presence of the altar is what makes it a church. Any church which does not inspire love has a hidden altar which is not serving the purpose for which God intended it. I must found His church on you because you who accept me as a model are literally my disciples." (OrEd.Tx.6.12)
Judy became the very public face of A Course in Miracles in the late ‘70s. She personally introduced it to thousands of people in events around the country. She told a compelling story of how ACIM had been scribed by Helen with connection and support from Bill, how miraculously it came to Helen word for word just as it was printed, and how the whole copying, distributing, and then publishing of it was one miracle after another. She told how she at first had to “xerox” copy after copy to give to people who were interested and how there was no way she could keep up with the demand for early copies. She talked about how the money to professionally publish was miraculously received. The story seemed almost too good to be true.
The ordination program is really amazing because A Course in Miracles is a spiritual discipline, and in order to get the benefits you have to do the work. I feel like the ordination program has given me the foundation to become a Teacher of God, a miracle worker and a healer. There is a small cost for these classes, but it's a small price to pay for all the benefits. A Course in Miracles says that when we study the Course "mighty companions" will go with us on the way. So the ordination program is a great way to get support from "mighty companions".
I thought “Huh?” I had never considered that. As a child growing up the one thing I wanted to do was to become a priest. (laughter) They told me I couldn’t. You know how that goes. Then the nuns were showing me their rules. They were telling me that you can never go bare foot. I was thinking, “I don’t know if that’s going to work. That seems awfully extreme. In summer and everything, I have to wear those boots?”
I also have a strong personal focus on healing. I think people need know that healing is real and practical and that you can manifest it in your life, which probably means in your body as well. I understand not everybody relates to A Course in Miracles that way, but I think in order to really feel joy, you've got to be able to relax and know that whatever happens, somehow you're going to be okay through it. It's that Course quote, "God wants us to be healed, and we do not really want to be sick, because it makes us unhappy." (OrEd.WkBk.70.6) To me it means a happy mind manifests a healed body. I believe that, and I want to be a mouthpiece for that message.