Is Spiritual Care for me?
Are you a community change-agent feeling burned out?
Are you a caregiver feeling compassion fatigue?
Are you connected on social media but feeling disconnected in life?
Are you seeking greater meaning and purpose?
Are you a church who might benefit from a
Virtual Minister for Spiritual Care?
What is Spiritual Care?
Spiritual care is a journey of self discovery which nurtures your relationships with other people, the Divine, and the world around you, beginning within yourself--cultivating courage, hope and resilience by unlocking your own spiritual wisdom from deep within.
You don’t have to be religious--this journey is for anyone seeking deeper connection in their life but not sure where to begin. Spiritual care honors your unique spirit in ways that are not religious, unless you want them to be.
You are not alone on the journey, spiritual care provides support through both quiet undivided attention and reflective inquiry--inviting you to bring your whole-self and find affirmation and relief as we do the inner exploration that helps build resilience for the work of caregiving, community change, and just living daily life.
Together we consider the questions: what meaning are you bringing to life
and what passions has the Divine instilled in you?
You have looked
at so many doors
wondering if your life
lay on the other side.
choose the door
to the inside.
Jan Richardson, from “The Map You Make Yourself” in Circle of Grace (2015)
SPIRITUAL CARE &
Schedule one-on-one virtual sessions for spiritual counsel, oracle card reading, stone reading, meditation & prayer, and more.
A reading and reflection group based on exploring topics relevant to spiritual wellness and personal development.
For churches and other ministry settings in need of pastoral support for congregational care, faith education, and spiritual development.
ERIK J. KOEPNICK
For more than a decade, Erik has provided spiritual care and wellness coaching to folks seeking to connect with the divine spark within. Through their work as a community change agent, Erik has developed an approach that is person-centered, trauma-informed, and diversity-affirming. Rev. Erik J. Koepnick holds a Master of Divinity degree from Chicago Theological Seminary (2011) and lives in Milwaukee, WI.