Integral Church St. Petersburg

Crisp Park service

Integral Church is a St. Petersburg, FL-based non-profit group and interfaith organization (religious and non-religious) committed to personal transformation, community service and religious literacy. We currently hold interfaith circles on the first Thursday and third Sunday of the month that are “radically inclusive” and (usually) feature a group discussion, storytelling, music and meditation.

Visit our Services page for more info.

Our mission is to:

1) Stimulate biodiverse growth between individuals and groups, in a manner which fosters interdependence and strengthens community ties
2) Provide individuals and groups with resources to satisfy social and spiritual needs within the community which are insufficiently addressed
3) Facilitate personal growth and wellness regardless of gender, creed, sexual orientation, race or nation of origin
4) Develop a common language between people regardless of their spiritual perspectives, in order to facilitate mutual respect and harmony

Read more about the formation of the Integral Church.

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2017 Board of Directors

Joran Oppelt, President
Jan Magray, Vice President
Aiyana Baida, Secretary
Patrick Wiggins, Treasurer
Alina Hall
Rachel Blasco

2016 Board of Directors

Joran Oppelt, President
David Warman, Treasurer
Aiyana Baida, Secretary
Alina Hall
Ashley Sweet
Jan Magray
Jennifer Oppelt

2015 Board of Directors

Joran Oppelt, President
David Warman, Treasurer
Aiyana Baida, Secretary
Alina Hall
Ashley Sweet
Catherine St. John
Jan Magray
Jennifer Oppelt

2014 Board of Directors

Joran Oppelt, President
Jennifer Oppelt, Treasurer
Catherine St. John, Secretary
Jan Magray
Jacqueline Marie Olson
Ashley Sweet

2013 Board of Directors:

Joran Oppelt, President
Shanna Gillette, Vice President
Jennifer Oppelt, Treasurer
Lorrie McMurrian, Secretary
Catherine St. John
Los Palmer
Kevin O’Dunn

Established, 2012

Co-founder, Joran Oppelt
Co-founder, Joanelle Lusk

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