Speaker: Stephanie Vos

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.

Stephanie Vos

We are excited to return to weekly Sunday services (although online only) and to have Stephanie back with us. We are happy to announce that she is our new ministerial consultant and will be leading the services once a month.

For this service, here is … read more.

Our Relationship with Our Bodies

Your body is a not a machine, and thinking that it is, or functions like one, can have disastrous implications. Join us this week as Pastor Stephanie Vos helps us re-imagine our relationship to our bodies and ourselves through reverence, enthusiasm, and the power … read more.

Stephanie Vos

In light of the stay at home order in Minnesota, we are doing church services remotely via Zoom. We plan to live stream on Facebook the sermon. If there are problems with live streaming, a recorded version will be posted later in the day. … read more.


Stephanie will be talking about the  Lent and what these ancient practices around slowing down might have to teach to those of us in a culture saturated by impatience. Spoiler alert: Growth and renewal takes time.

“What is Forgiveness For?”

What is the role of arrogance in forgiveness? What is the importance of guilt? When does selfishness need to prevail? Stephanie is back with lots of very messy questions, a few outrageous ideas, and piles of curiosity.