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Here’s where we’ve been

  • Four fantastic festivals, featuring the “Best in New Thought Music” by many of the leading singers and songwriters in positive music, including Karen Drucker, Daniel Nahmod, Eddie Watkins, Jr., Jami Lula, Faith Rivera, and many, many more.
  • Seven installments of the “Science and Spirituality” lecture series, exploring subjects ranging from Quantum Mechanics to The Power of Love, from Moral Molecules to Dark Matter, and from Death and Immortality to Self-Actualization.
  • Hosted the west coast premiere of the groundbreaking documentary, “What is New Thought?”
  • Workshops and book signings by leading New Thought artists and authors.
  • Established a strong social media presence through our FaceBook page and YouTube channel, featuring news and videos of the festival and related stories and information.


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(951) 236-4592


Upcoming Events

 July 7th at 7pm


Welcome to the West     

Award-winning singer/songwriter/ performer of uplifting music Amy Steinberg is coming to the Inland Empire!

Join us for an intimate evening in the beautiful space at The Source as Amy shares her unique and dynamic blend of inspiring theatrical blues-rock.

Uplifting, enlightening and hilarious with a voice that can burn the house down, Amy Steinberg is singer, songwriter and storyteller like none other. The main thrust of her work comes from marrying the sacred and profane, fusing the dreamlike nature of Spirit with the rooted realness of sexuality and humor.

Admission: $15 at the door

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July 21st at 7pm


Move Your Heart • Move Your Bootie

Eddie Watkins, Jr. returns to Riverside with his uplifting funk and spiritual music on July 21st at 7 pm in the sanctuary of the Riverside Community Center for Spiritual Living.

He’s fun, fine, and funky. He’s played with James Brown and Barbara Streisand and the Jazz Crusaders. He’s an award-winning songwriter and performer. Eddie Watkins, Jr. was a Funk Brother for Motown and now brings his spiritually uplifting and rhythmically driving music to the Inland Empire. “I finally know exactly what I am supposed to be doing the rest of my life; sharing the gift of this music.”

Admission: $20 at the door

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