The Sophia Center: Study the Divine Mystery — accomplish your destiny & purpose
What’s next in your life?
Creation Spirituality/Universe Story
At the Sophia Center you will be nurtured by a remarkable faculty dedicated to fostering a greater understanding of the unfolding
Universe and the implications for Earth and her ways. Your teachers are theologians, cosmologists, historians, researchers and Earth scientists, biblical scholars, artists, psychologists, dancers, musicians, sociologists, cultural workers and others. Collectively they honor a variety of learning styles and understand the needs of adults who are lifelong learners.
The Sophia Center creates an international learning community that
undertakes with integrity and depth the redeeming work of our time
and the historical mission to which all humanity is called: the "Great
Work" of our generation of transforming the entire cultural paradigm
to protect humanity and the planet from destruction while encouraging
a new era of well-being for the entire Earth Community.
When I learned that the Universe is conscious, it made complete sense to me, and now I am working to deepen that understanding by completing the Master's program at Sophia. It's the most exciting and life giving work I've ever done.
— Sharon Reinbott
Sophia Center students engage in this transforming process: they
honor an approach that is rooted in courage, strength and compassion.
They join a highly respected international faculty of scholars,
social and environmental justice leaders, and spiritual practitioners
who energize a world of living ideas and illuminate the complexities
of modern spirituality. Drawing on sources as diverse as the medieval
mysticism of Hildegaard of Bingen, the contemporary prophecies
of Teilhard de Chardin, the quantum physics of Fritjof Capra,
the cosmological vision of Thomas Berry, the insights of indigenous
cultures, the work of eco-feminism and the spiritual practices of
classical traditions of world religions.
The Sophia Center in Culture
and Spirituality offers the students of the world a meaningful immersion
into and investigation of the convergent forces of religion,
art, justice, and science.