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The Sophia Circle’s mission and purpose is to engage the greater and local community through open study groups and activities working out of the impulse of Anthroposophy. Sophia Circle has been actively meeting since 2013 and was recognized by the Anthroposophical Society of America as a “Study Group” in 2019.   The mission of the Anthroposophical Society of America is to “support the work of Rudolf Steiner in the United States.” 

The Sophia Circle forms circles and meetups, in person and online, to create avenues for anthroposophical study, meditation, gatherings, artistic activity, and community support.  Sophia Circle strives to bring foundation studies in Anthroposophy and the arts, workshops and retreats, and renewal courses to our community.  


Sophia Circle reaches out to others through social media (on Instagram and Facebook as “Anthroposophy Life”), through email and newsletters and – most importantly – human contact.  Sophia Circle strives, through human engagement, study, and inner work, to support and enhance the work of individuals, schools, non-profit organizations, small businesses, educators, parents and others.

"To be free is to be capable of thinking one's own thoughts - not the thoughts merely of the body, or of society, but thoughts generated by one's deepest, most original, most essential and spiritual self, one's individuality."
- Rudolf Steiner
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