As the FUS Minister most directly connected to the implementation of Quest 2, I can attest personally to the transformational possibilities of this curriculum. The group of 34 participants and six leaders who have been on this journey together for the past year bring together a rich diversity of ages, life experience and spiritual practice history. What we share is a passion and a mutual commitment to fully engage individually and with each other to move out of our comfort zones to engage our full spiritual potential.

The Quest curriculum offers a rich variety of experiences such that in any given activity some Questers are fully at ease and others are finding themselves on a whole new path. Notable as well is that, though there are designated staff who are responsible for the presentation of content and facilitation of the program, all of us in those roles are undergoing our own spiritual expansion as a result of our association with each other and the intentional community that is central to Quest.

Reverend Karen Gustafson
Associate Minister, First Unitarian Society of Madison
Quest
Minister

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  • Photo by Lorna Aaronson
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"Let the beauty we love be what we do. There are hundreds of ways to kneel and kiss the ground."  –  Rumi