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Virtual Grace is an online forum to support whole body wellness, healing wounds and interfaith conversations.  This site seeks to encourage, motivate and support individuals and communities who are looking to care for their hearts, minds and spirits. 

 

Much of the faithful content on this site is produced from a Christian perspective.  Our hope is to help individuals who have wounds from participation in faith communities.  But, our content seeks to support individuals of all or no faith as well.

Virtual Grace was created by Megan Rohrer in 2004 as an online bible study series called Bible Study that Doesn't Suck (2004-2020).  The Rev. Drs Amanda Zentz-Alo and Susan Strouse have collaborated on many Virtual Grace projects over the years.  Virtual Grace's regular online programming includes: Bible Study that Doesn't Suck, Just Lutheran, Blessings for Those Who Mourn, Travel Faithfully and several other creative collaborative projects.  

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TEAM

There have been many collaborators in Virtual Grace since it began in 2004.  Current participants include:

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MEGAN ROHRER

Pastor, Writer Advocate, Speaker

Megan Rohrer, DMin, is a controversial activist who is known for their advocacy for the homeless and LGBTQ communities.  Megan is an award winning filmmaker, musician and historian, who was a finalist for the Lambda Literary award, received an honorable mention as an Unsung Hero of Compassion by Wisdom in Action, with His Holiness the Dali Lama and as one of 95 individuals celebrated in Wittenberg, Germany during the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.

Susan Strouse

REV. DR. SUSAN STROUSE

Pastor, Writer, Interfaith Leader

The Rev. Dr. Susan Strouse received a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. Her area of study and interest is interfaith theology, particularly working with congregations and clergy to explore the meaning of being a Christian in our religiously diverse world. She is a member of the board of directors of the Interfaith Center at the Presidio and served as Interim Executive Director in 2011-2012.

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