Temple of the Living God

Non-denominational Metaphysical Church


The Mission of the Temple of the Living God is to assist people in their spiritual awakening and support them through education, healing, love and service.

The Temple embraces the belief in the Ten Commandments, as a guide for moral behavior. Members and friends of the Temple are free to follow the God of their inner most heart or "Higher Power" as they perceive that to be.

Temple member, friends and visitors come from a wide range of religious backgrounds, including Catholicism, various denomination of Protestantism, Pentecostals, Judaism, and some Eastern schools of thought, such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and Vedanta.

Metaphysics is a word of Greek origin which simply means "beyond" or "after the physical". It was first used by Andronicus of Rhodes (c.70 BC) whose chief work was an arrangement of the writings of Aristotle in which he arbitrarily placed Aristotle's writings on spiritual matters directly after those which dealt with physical causation. The term has since come to be used as a general description of any philosophy or teaching which believes in the essential spiritual spiritual origin of, and connection to all things material.