Board of Trustees
To be loving stewards of the Foothill Center for Spiritual Living, open to Divine guidance and to the voices of our community. Inspired by the principles of Science of Mind, our decisions and actions support our ongoing growth and prosperity.
We are a welcoming beacon of light, dedicated to spiritual growth, both individually and collectively. We Openly work together in peace and harmony for the highest and greatest good of all.
Spirituality; Loving-Kindness; Respect; Commitment; Gratitude.
The FCSL Board of Trustees meets monthly and conducts an annual General Membership meeting, where policies and by-law changes are made, and new trustees are voted on.
The emphasis of BOT activities is on goals, objectives, strategies and policies to strengthen the center. The BOT establishes committees and volunteer groups, and monitors the operational process of the Center to insure the achievement of its goals.
Qualifications for serving on the Board include completion of the Science of Mind Foundations course, being a loyal financially supporting and active member. The Trustee holds an office for 2 years. The officers include President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
Susan Nye, RScP
Rev. Magie Buck
Maryellen Haddock, RScP
Peter Rolita, RScP
Qualifications to be on the FCSL Board
- Have completed Science of Mind Foundations
- Willing to accept responsibilities by acknowledging
the bylaws and related codes
- Be a loyal, financially supporting and active member
Length of term for all trustees: 2 years
Officers include: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer
Frequency of meetings
The Board meets monthly for a 2-3 hour meeting.
Establishing the Center’s mission, planning policies and procedures, setting the direction of the Center, maintaining the financial stability of the Center, set agendas and vision for the betterment of the Center and monitoring the operational process of the Center to assure the achievement of goals and objectives.
Stewardship | Team Player | Leadership | Connection
“What I personally get is a positive feeling of accomplishment,
and knowing that I directly support the highest good
and greatest joy of FCSL.”
“Being on the Board is important to me because FCSL is important to me!”