I had the privilege of serving as a mentor for a number of participants in Quest 1.  It was inspiring to see their appreciation of the course and of the changes it made in their lives.  And now I am serving as an Integration Group Facilitator in Quest 2.  I feel even more strongly a sense of privilege – and great joy – to share more deeply the life-changing effects of the course.  I can see how it is changing participants’ perspectives and their experience of the world and their lives, and it has changed me in these ways as well.

Rev. Jerry Mosser, Quest 2 Integration Group Leader
Affiliated Community Minister (Retired)
First Unitarian Society of Madison

  • 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