Hampton Roads Center for Spiritual Living
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Our Ministers

Our spiritual leadership is here to serve you on your journey of awakening. Please feel free to contact us, we look forward to serving you.

Reverend Ruth Littlejohn

Reverend Ruth Littlejohn, founding minister of Hampton Roads Center for Spiritual Living,  identifies with Rickie Byars ruthlittlejohnHR-300x400px Beckwith’s song “Use Me.” Ruth notes that “this call to ministry allows me to be used, fully expressed, and in Divine service to myself and others. It’s the work that allows me to deepen my consciousness and create a space for others to  witness and rediscover their magnificence. I am inspired by supporting others in rediscovering who they are as others have supported me in rediscovering who I am.” Amazing grace!

Ruth earned her Master’s degree in Consciousness Studies from Holmes Institute San Diego in 2008. She is a licensed minister with Centers for Spiritual Living. While completing her studies, Ruth provided    visionary spiritual leadership at the Spiritual Empowerment Center-CSL, when the founding minister transitioned suddenly. She worked with the CORE Council to complete the by-laws process which enabled the center to become a covenant member of UCSL. After graduating from Holmes Institute Ruth served two years as a Remote Staff Minister at the Center of Peace-CSL.

Prior to her calling to ministerial school, Rev. Ruth was a principal in her consulting firm, Working Life & Teams, Inc., where she provided holistic executive coaching, leadership development, diversity and other  services to corporations and non-profits. For 15 plus years Ruth worked in the corporate arena of insurance and pharmaceuticals serving as a catalyst for change in various leadership and infrastructure roles.

Rev. Ruth is committed to her own spiritual growth and development and regularly engages in traditional and non-traditional programs and practices to stretch herself. She enjoys learning about and experiencing other cultures and exploring ways and processes to provide peak learning experiences for others. She is an active member of National Training Laboratory, an Applied Behavioral Science organization.

Rev. Ruth enjoys living in Virginia Beach