Victoria Loorz is pastor of the Church of the Wild in Oak View, Calif., a faith community that meets in the wilderness and focuses on encountering God through nature.
Beth Singler is a research associate at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion at St. Edmund’s College at Cambridge University in Cambridge, England, where she works on the Human Identity in an Age of Nearly-Human Machines Project. The project, which also involves professors John Wyatt and Peter Robinson, explores the social and religious implications […]
Miriam Robbins Dexter is a research scholar at the Center for the Study of Women at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is co-editor of Foremothers of the Women’s Spirituality Movement: Elders and Visionaries.
Evelyn Ojeda-Fox is the founder of the Peaceful Birth Project and has written and taught about making birth a spiritual experience. She is based in Dunedin, Fla.
Marianne Littlejohn is a nurse and midwife who promotes and teaches the idea of spiritual births. She teaches a spiritual birth workshop and classes at the Spiritual Birth Centre in Cape Town, South Africa.
Jeanmarie Dwyer-Wrigley is an actress who facilitates workshops for women based on the divine feminine in the Chicago area. She is the founder of Womens Wisdom Resource Support and Mentoring Center in Des Plaines, Ill.
Anni Daulter is the author of Sacred Pregnancy: A Loving Guide and Journal for Expectant Moms and the founder of the Sacred Living Movement, a series of workshops on pregnancy, birth, menopause and other milestones of women’s lives, aimed at making them more spiritual.
Rose Cole describes herself as a “visionary” and is frequently on television describing spirituality and womanhood. She promotes something she calls “rituality” — the creation of rituals for women based on their everyday lives — and offers private coaching and training for “high priestesses.” She offers coaching classes in “sacred motherhood.”
Samantha Catalina Sinclair completed her MA in women’s spirituality at the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, where she is researching love relationships and patriarchy. She considers herself a religious naturalist and “hiereia,” or sacred woman, and she invokes the divine feminine in rituals for planetary healing. You can contact Samantha through her website.