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Opening Your Heart to Love and Greater Compassion

Conversations, practices, classes and programs to inspire understanding and create the Beloved Community together.

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Rev. Carolyn Wilkins

Minister and Spiritual Director
Inspirational Ministries

Inspiring the
Beloved Community

Our Vision
As a spiritual community, we choose to be the love, kindness, peace and joy we seek in the world.

Sunday Inspiration Services

January Theme: Divine Direction

Speaker:  Rev. Carolyn Wilkins


January 30       Infinite Possibilities

January 23       A Still Small Voice

January 16     Dream/Believe

January 9       The Gifts of Vision

January 2       Celebration of Faith

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Join us for

Sunday Inspiration

    with Rev. Carolyn

Sunday Mornings at 10:00 am MDT

February Theme: The Power of Love

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Meditative Messages

Letting Go, Compassion and Living Together in Harmony

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Meet Rev. Carolyn

Rev. Carolyn is the Founder and Spirtual Director of Inspirational Ministries. She is a dynamic speaker, spiritual leader and learned teacher. Her life honors principles of love, peace, creativity and abundance, and her daily practices include prayer and meditation.

Rev. Carolyn Wilkins is an Ordained Minister and licensed practitioner. She is a global speaker and educator for peace, justice and inclusivity.  As Director of the GlobalWorks Ministry for Agape International Spiritual Center, Rev. Carolyn managed philanthropic and humanitarian programs and facilitates interfaith-intercultural dialogues. She co-managed a global faith-based campaign to promote the Oprah Winfrey ‘Belief’ series. She was a marketing executive with Xerox Corporation, has a  BBA. MBA in management and doctoral studies in Transformational Leadership. 

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"Darkness cannot drive out darkness:

Only light can do that.

Hate cannot drive out hate:

Only love can do that." ​ 

Martin Luther King, Jr.