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Rev Cynthia McCarthy
Based in Rome, GA, Interfaith Minister Rev. Cynthia McCarthy is an experienced guest speaker and lecturer. Her sermons and workshops inspire spiritual growth and personal transformation. Drawing from the wisdom of various faith traditions, her talks are rooted in New Thought principles and practices. As a Spiritual Practitioner Student with Centers for Spiritual Living, she continues to study The Science of Mind, affirmative prayer, metaphysics, and spiritual healing.
For speaking or workshop inquiries, please contact Rev Cynthia by email: or phone: 775-376-0678.
More about Rev. Cynthia:
- Ordained in 2015 by the American Interfaith Holistic Temple
- Masters of Holistic Theology
- Current Board of Trustee Member and Social Media Team Lead for Center for Spiritual Living, Midtown - Atlanta, GA
Former Board Member & Director of Social Media and Communications for WORLD AWAKE, an interfaith, interconnected community linking Spirit and Service
Former Director of Christian Education - Reno, NV UCC
Former Interim Interfaith Minister - Rome, GA DOC
It is Cynthia's great pleasure to commemorate your life events from a Universal perspective. God, Spirit, Universe, Source can mean many different things to many people. Cynthia is ready and willing to make your ceremony uniquely yours. Consider her for your wedding, baby blessing or baby naming ceremony.
"Cynthia's teaching has an honesty and emotion that draws the listener in and challenges him or her to consider God and God's presence in new ways. This can be both exhilarating and disconcerting! Cynthia dares you to EXPERIENCE God.
Take the dare!"--Keith R. Rome, GA
"Cynthia is gifted with a unique perspective in her preaching. Her sermons incorporate humor and humanity, spirituality and humility in addressing all the
issues confronting us in the world today. The workshop she led for our
UCC Regional Conference Meeting was interactive and dynamic!"
--Lynn A. Reno, NV
"It's been a delight to listen to Cynthia McCarthy preach. She is able to interweave
a number of faith traditions into her sermons, always coming back to the
Love of God." --Jane S. Rome, GA