I was very fortunate to be a participant in Quest 1;  a member of the development group for Quest 2; and a facilitator for an integration group in Quest 2. It is a very rich experience for me to pursue my spiritual journey within the Unitarian Universalist community and to share it with other seekers.

Quest enables my search for meaning and helps me explore questions that I'd been pondering for many years. Its open structure encourages each of us to use our own spirit of inquiry in a way that makes sense for us. All that is required of us is a willingness to trust the process – we are on individual journeys within a community of seekers. We are alone together.

Quest helps me to trust my intuition, awaken my creativity, value my authenticity and allow my playful joyous self to blossom.  Within a safe environment Quest helps me learn how to“ let go”, and deepens my sense of profound gratitude for my life. Joan Chittister has written that life is simply the responsibility of each of us to make our own contribution to the ongoing co-creation of world, and I believe that the Quest program helps me do just that.

Linda Joy Knox
Quest 1 Participant and Quest 2 Integration Group Facilitator

  • Photo by Joyce Carey
  • Photo by Lorna Aaronson
  • Water Color by Ann Schaffer
  • Photo by Lorna Aaronson
  • Photo by Joyce Carey
  • Photo by Harry Carnes
  • Water Color by Ann Schaffer

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