I Don’t Care If It’s True

Stephanie Vos is an artist, healer, and teacher. After leaving her career as a pastor in the ELCA, she pursued a professional life of writing and editing, as well as meditation and somatic therapy, and is now studying to become a doctor of chiropractic medicine. Her work has always focused on the mystery of dimensionality, the interconnectedness of community, and reimagining our relationship with the natural world.

Join us Sunday Jan 26 as Stephanie Vos brings our community into conversation around how we examine, evolve, and talk about our beliefs and faith experiences. Through her journey from traditional Christianity to the Universalist Unitarian community, with stops along the way in Buddhism and traditional yogic philosophy, as well as her work as a hospital chaplain, she has learned to reframe the questions we ask ourselves about what is meaningful and important in our spiritual lives.