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Courageous Spaces: Congregations that Listen, Lament & Repair: Audio & Video

Intergenerational, church-wide resources to inspire listening to one another's stories, lamenting injustices, and graciously moving into greater trust and a deeper sense of belonging in God's Beloved Community.


  A Conversation with Gretta Vosper: Falling in Love with Being Together: 
The Church’s Role Beyond Being Church

Gretta Vosper is passionate about the work of capturing the “off-label benefits” of religion for individuals and communities for which religious belief or practice is no longer meaningful. She has served West Hill United Church for over twenty-five years, supporting its transition to a theologically non-exclusive community, the first of its kind within traditional Christianity.

A best-selling author, Gretta has written three books: With or Without God: Why the Way We Live is More Important than What We Believe, Amen: What Prayer Can Mean in a World Beyond Belief, and Time or Too Late: Chasing the Dream of a Progressive Christian Faith. Gretta’s blog, A Whole Lot of Broken, is on Substack.


HBO Max Presents Atlas of the Heart: a five-part series which features a dynamic mix of storytelling, film and TV references, guest researcher appearances, and informative role-plays, exploring 30 of the 87 emotions and experiences covered in the book, as well as an actionable framework for meaningful connection.


Cover for Learning How to See with Brian McLarenThe Seventh Story

What if we could reimagine the future of storytelling?

In the last episode of Season 5 of Learning How to See, join in the conversation about how to create a new kind of space in which we can all participate in shifting our world towards greater Love and justice.  


  • To learn more about Gareth Higgins, click here.
  • To explore the seven stories in more depth, visit the website here. You’ll find details about the children’s book, essays for adults, and more.