Rev. Dusty Rippelmeyer
Rev Dusty Rippelmeyer is an ordained minister of the Centers for Spiritual Living. She completed her Practitioner Studies at the Bodhi Center in Chicago, Illinois with Rev Mark Anthony Lord and Rev Denise Schubert. She graduated from the Holmes Institute in 2012 with a Masters in Consciousness Studies. She has been in the Triangle area since 2010 when she first began serving the Triangle Center for Spiritual Living as a Practitioner, while in Ministerial school, and then later as the Associate Minister with the Senior Minister Rev Denise Schubert. She now steps into the role of Senior Minister/Spiritual Director with Rev. Denise’s retirement.
Rev. Bill Turner
Rev Bill Turner has been an ordained minister since 1974 and is licensed with Relationship Coaching Institute. His education includes undergraduate at David Lipscomb University (Nashville, TN) where he degreed in Psychology and Theology. Bill continued his education with Abilene Christian University and North Carolina State in counseling. He attended the Institute for Life Coach Training and the Relationship Coaching Institute in 2010 specializing in relationships and spiritual development. He has worked with churches in Chicago, Colorado, Texas and North Carolina, ranging in size from 70 to 700 members … including Church of Today (a center for spiritual living) in Asheville, North Carolina in 2000. Bill and his wife founded and worked with JOURNEYS - A Spiritual Community in 2005, for eight years in Raleigh. Special interests include reading, hiking, music and studies in shamanism.
Rev. Betty Harris
Rev. Betty spent 47 years as an instructor and administrator of nursing. Following her retirement, she was called to the ministry, and became a staff minister in May, 2016. She is responsible for the Prayer and Care Ministry and the Home Group Ministry. In addition, she teaches certified classes and leads workshops. Several of her certificated classes deal with the history of New Thought. Her emphasis is on the uniqueness and value of all people, but she has a special calling is to the aged in our Center and community. Coming to ministry post-retirement, she can be a role model for others contemplating their life trajectories.
Roberta Z. Gilgore
Roberta Z. Gilgore
Roberta Z. Gilgore, is the Administrator for the Triangle Center for Spiritual Living and a certified Reiki Master and Teacher. Roberta is committed to facilitating the healing of individuals and families by sharing her knowledge and compassion that arise from her own life experiences and work as an energy healer since 2002. Roberta’s focus is informed guidance, social support, and safe environments for healing and personal transformation. She is also a community activist and has served in a leadership capacity on numerous community advisory boards, including state and local political campaign committees. Before retiring and moving to Raleigh in 2013, Roberta was the former Project Director for the Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) project in the New York State Department of Health’s Office of Regulatory Reform (ORR). Prior to coming to NYSDOH, She served in the New York State Executive Chamber as Assistant to Governor Pataki’s Chief of Staff. Prior to joining the Office of the Governor, Roberta worked as a Law Clerk for the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation, served as a Legislative Aide for the New York State Office of Attorney General, and worked as a paralegal in a private law firm.
Licensed Spiritual Practitioners
The Practitioner purpose is to be a beneficial presence that reveals Consciousness through prayer, coaching, and service.
The Triangle Center for Spiritual Living is managed under the direction of the Leadership Council. This includes, all corporate powers, secular activities, business, and affairs of the Center.
Have you ever been to a new place or around people for the first time and thought to yourself “this is home”? This was the feeling that I experienced from the moment I walked through the doors at the Triangle Center for Spiritual Living. Despite the sea of new faces, I was enveloped in the love and peace of being part of a beautiful family. I was truly home for the first time in my life. This community has shown me the truest and purest definition of the word “family”. It is an amazing community in which to love and live. The Center provides a sacred space where each individual expression of the Divine can grow and thrive. There are opportunities for spiritual growth, sacred service, and loving fellowship. It is a place where the essence of each individual is recognized and uplifted, knowing that wholeness is the divine truth of all beings. It is a place to simply “be” and that, for me, has been, and continues to be, the greatest gift of all.