The Society promotes partnerships with organizations, groups, and individuals that are dedicated to advancing spiritual practices, providing opportunities for charitable acts, raising social consciousness through the arts, and/or solving and ending social injustices.
Fuller Seminary is an evangelical, multidenominational, international and multiethnic community with Schools of Theology, Psychology and Intercultural Studies.
CenterQuest (CQ) exists as an inclusive venue for genuine seekers engaged in the ecumenical exploration, study, and practice of Christian spirituality. It carries out its mission via the ongoing avenues of open forum, dialogue, conversation, consultation, resource development and sharing, research, and training in the field of Christian spirituality and formation.
The Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity (ISAAC) helps church leaders, educators, and scholars understand and serve the Asian American Christian community.
The Institute for Urban Initiatives consists of several community-based and faith-based institutes that respond to the economic, housing, and social needs of neighborhoods, cities, and counties from local community, regional, national, international, and faith-based perspectives.
The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles lives out God's mission as a Christian community uniting some 70,000 Episcopalians in 147 neighborhood congregations, some 40 schools and 20 other specialized service institutions located in six Southern California counties. Los Angeles is historically one of the five most populous and culturally diverse of the Episcopal Churches 110 dioceses overall.
Greg Richardson is the Strategic Monk. Greg is a spiritual life mentor and coach who guides people and organizations along their spiritual journeys. Strategic Monk provides resources and individual direction focused on spiritual practices and the Rule of Benedict. Greg is a lay oblate at the Benedictine New Camaldoli Hermitage in Big Sur, California.
Peace Right Here started on the streets of Pasadena, California by founder Paul Gorrell. In a moment a local gang surrounded Paul and what transpired that night played an instrumental role in laying the groundwork for Peace Right Here. In time, Peace Right Here grew into a non-profit organization, working to champion practices of peace in communities and families.