Process Communities...


Wenatchee, Washington
This group meets regularly to discuss process theology and current affairs, and also sponors the annual Albertson Lectures. Contact Adrienne and Bob Brizee.

Minneapolis-St. Paul
All monthly meetings begin with a potluck at 6:30 p.m. and presentations/discussions at 7:00 p.m. Contact: Kirsten Mebust.


Freddy MoreauFreddy Moreau, our correspondent in Belgium-France, has done a number of translations, including John Cobb's God & the World and Lay Theology, as well as several articles from Creative Transformation. Freddy is the founder of the Belgian Association for Liberal Protestantism and maintains a website devoted to process theology. Contact Freddy Moreau.


The Ottawa group meets for a week twice a year for a peer-led study group. We sometimes get a speaker, find a course or continuing education event, and study together in depth. We also incorporate fun outings in their events. Contact George Hermanson.

George also directs the Madawaska Institute for Progressive Religion. Located on the Madawaska River, near Burnstown Ont., the Institute is committed to the exploration of spirituality and its application to daily living. Based within the process theology paradigm, we are committed to the transformation of society and self.

We offer workshops and opportunities for reflection, retreats and spiritual consulting, individuals or groups in the following areas:rethinking the meaning of the Bible, ecological theology, interfaith, process theology, science and religion, jazz and worship, preaching, organizational transformation, spiritual guidance.

Creative Learning Institute

The primary focus of Creative Learning Institute is to share growing-edge information with the community at large by providing adult educational seminars emphasizing current trends and advances in theology, ethics, physiology, and psychology.

The Center for Religious Inquiry, Hot Springs, AR
The Center for Religious Inquiry (CRI) is a diverse group engaged in a critical study of western traditional religion. The study recognizes that most of western traditional religion is no longer credible for the postmodern world. Therefore, the study explores all religions, all human experiences and knowledge for religious insight. CRI meets twice monthly on the 2nd and 4th Mondays, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Garland County Library, Hot Springs, Arkansas. Visitors and new members are welcome! In addition to the study group, we have a “spiritual journey” gathering, which meets on 3rd Mondays, 10:30 a.m.-noon. Contact Mac McPherson at 501-922-4184.

Credo Group, Tyler, TX
We always take a break from studying/reading theological works but instead meet every Wednesday evening at some local eatery for dinner. Contact Jim Koukl.

Port Charlotte, Florida
We are a very diverse group of individuals meeting to study the topic of process theology. We have among us, atheists, Buddhists, and a variety of Christians, yet a real sense of community is developing as we go along. The group meets Mondays at 6:30 at the church, 1532 Forrest Nelson Boulevard, Port Charlotte, Florida 33952. Contact Don Vande Krol.

San Diego
Contact: Richard & Janice Lau

Rochester, MN
Contact: Carol Wallace.  

Drew University, NJ
Contact Catherine Keller.

Contact Al Gephart.