It was the Healing Service that brought Karen Clark-Stone to the CSE in 2000. She has been on a healing path for many years. Karen currently serves the CSE as a student healer and is a member of the Membership Committee. Karen is a Reiki Master, and a certified Spring Forest Qigong Healer. She leads the SFQ Practice sessions here every Tuesday evening. Karen serves as a Reiki Practitioner with the Virginia Hospital Center Reiki Program for Oncology patients. A retired Registered Nurse, Karen last served as an Advanced Practice Psychiatric Mental Health nurse at the Department of Veteran Affairs where she worked with veterans afflicted with addictions, PTSD, and other mental health issues. She earned a master’s degree in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing at the University of California, San Francisco.
The Rev. Dr. Rosemary Calderalo is an NSAC ordained minister and holds the NSAC credentials of certified medium, commissioned healer and National Spiritualist Teacher. She is a member of the Morris Pratt Institute as well as a member here at CSE. Among other volunteer work, Rosemary serves as the General Secretary for the International Spiritualist Federation. Her focus on healing first brought her to a Spiritualist church in 2006; she has served churches throughout the country and recently for the first time internationally at Seafordspirit Centre in the UK. Rosemary holds a doctorate in adult education and consults with nonprofit organizations on resource development. Originally from New York City, she now lives in Pasadena, MD.
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Rev. Rosemary Calderalo
Jacqueline Judge is a student of the Morris Pratt Institute and has served as a student medium and healer at CSE. She also serves the CSE Pastoral Committee as well as hosts a Drum Circle twice a month here at the CSE. She studies with mediumship tutors from the Arthur Findlay College and is a Reiki master.
Rita O'Connor is a member of the Pastoral Committee here at CSE. She is an NSAC ordained Spiritualist minister who has served CSE for many years, both on the board and as a speaker and healer. She was first attracted to Spiritualism by the phenomena, but it was the philosophy that led her to become a minister. Rita has a background in education and in IT, with degrees from the University of Maryland. Rev. O’Connor co-authored A Book of Spiritualist Prayer which is available through the NSAC bookstore, and her articles are published occasionally in The National Spiritualist Summit.
Rev. Rita O'Connor
Sharon Rogers is a student with the Morris Pratt Institute pursuing credentialing in the ministry. In addition to becoming a minister her goals include becoming a Certified Medium, Commissioned Healer and most importantly a National Spiritualist Teacher. Currently she serves on the Board of Directors for the CSE as the Treasurer. Sharon’s spiritual path led her to the Center of Spiritual Enlightenment in 2010 to help people help themselves in pursuit of their spiritual path.
Melody Krafft holds a B.S. and M.A. degree in psychology and has studied Spiritualism, Mediumship and Psychic Sciences at the Arthur Findlay College in England, and at the Spiritualists National Union Church and School of Mediumship, The Journey Within. She is a member of the International Absent Healing Team through the Inner Quest Foundation in Victoria, Canada.