To expand consciousness as a path to contribute to the spiritual development of the human being, to transmute and ascend suffering and limitation, and for the improvement of his/her/they/their intellectual qualities and moral virtues.
We envision a healthy, spiritually-conscious planet, in harmony and balance, ecologically, economically, and within all living beings, from the micro to the macro, with all systems nourishing and supporting one another in love.
We value You. Every living thing is a divine creation, imbued with their own special qualities and talents. We value Religious Freedom. We value Integrity, Transparency, Courage, Vulnerability, and the Spirit of Love that connects us all.
Meet our Facilitators
Meet our Support Team
Maya uses her critical eye to see what's missing and pitches in where needed. She helps keep the Church "to do" list updated. She helps with secretarial duties, lends her keen eye for design, helps beautify the grounds, and joyfully assists in keeping the property tidy. She's skilled at ensuring all guests feel welcome and cared for, especially children. Maya is learning valuable lessons in the many tasks of managing a non-profit organization, use of plants and animals to connect to God, and the benefits of volunteering within the community.
Kim got her start in healthcare when she trained to be a Licensed Massage Therapist at Humanities Center for Massage back in 2004. It was there that she discovered that she had a penchant for anatomy, physiology and everything related to supporting the health of the human body. She graduated with honors in 2005.
Fast forward to 2007, she enrolled at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. Displaying multiple symptoms, including debilitating fatigue, dry eyes, chronic sinus infections, digestive distress and joint inflammation, she went looking for answers. She found them, and graduated from the program symptom free in 2008 as a Certified Health Coach.
What started as a penchant turned into a full blown passion. She began coaching individual clients, as well as conducting cooking classes. It didn’t take long before the opportunity to open a restaurant popped up. Serendipity Cafe was born in 2010 as a gluten free, mostly organic cafe with menus focused on reducing inflammation, healing the gut, and getting more enzyme rich vegetables in front of people. With an 8 year run, she was able to help thousands of people with the help of her friends, family, and support staff to eat better and feel better.
Kim’s philosophy on food… Keep it real, as in whole and unprocessed. Too many people are counting calories when they should be counting chemicals. A diet based on lots of fresh organic vegetables and fruit, whole grains, lean grass fed, hormone and antibiotic free meats, as well as nuts and seeds is a great starting point for anyone who wishes to enjoy a high energy kind of life. Focus on anti-inflammatory foods that support the functions of the body and help keep toxic load low. Delicious food=delicious life!