The Gospel According to Her is an invitation to a gathering formed around an art show called The Sacred Invitation -- featuring Shiloh Sophia's paintings of Jesus, Mother Mary and the Magdalene.

Our time together will include some of these experiences: a class with teachings on Jesus and the women in His life from scripture ~ Poetry ~ Discussion with the women spiritual leaders of the community ~ Red Thread Circle ~ Community Communion Feast ~ Rose Blessing ~ Book Signing.

Let's Gather Together

The Initiation By Shiloh Sophia

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2019 Registration

$95 Gospel According to Her Class Registration 
Bonus: includes a $95 online Madonna painting class.
 $50 tuition savings as needed for Woodside Village Class
(use code 'scholarship')

*Optional attendance of Church which is open to the public and may be attended at no cost and require no confirmation. 

You Are Invited!

For those who feel called to dive deeper into the teachings of Jesus as it relates directly to the women in His life, the life of women in the church, temple, society and by the byways, highways and watering holes of life. 

Join us for a sacred salon - rooted in the scripture, inspired by His words, actions, relationships and the reality of the systemic change He initiated regarding the status of women. Jesus took on the establishment views of women, broke the existing taboos and invited women into His ministry. 

Our time together will be based in teachings, red thread circle conversation and ritual. Let us gather together as we invite an ancient understanding in a new way into our hearts and bodies. 

Bring a Journal/Pens and Lunch 

Sunday: 9:30 Church* 
11:00 Lunch Break

12 Gospel According to Her Class 

Host: Rev. Ama Zenya

The Gospel According to Her 
with Shiloh Sophia

A 2019 tour featuring paintings, Intentional Creativity and teachings about Jesus and the Women in His life 

"Wisdom is justified of all Her children." 
~ Jesus 

Jesus regularly addressed women in public, taught women, included women as students and friends, appeared to women, healed women, uplifted women and treated women equal to men. He broke many taboos of the time...and may have been considered an extreme advocate for women.

Jesus chose who He appeared to after the resurrection. He chose Mary Magdalene - and she was the first to share the living gospel with the men. Why aren't our daughters taught what this truly means for us?

Shiloh Sophia is a life long seeker on the mystical Christian path.

She was challenged in her early years by the troubling treatment of women in the church and the lack of teachings regarding the Mother of God, Mary.  In her twenties she began to search the pages of scripture to discover what she could find out for herself. 

Was something missing? Surely Jesus was not against women? What she found would be something she would spend the next twenty years of her life exploring - not just the words of Jesus about women, but what they actually meant from a historical context. And what his words, actions and relationship with women mean for us today.

She brings her heart - as an artist, a poet, a teacher, a disciple and a woman - to sharing a portion of the good news for women,
which is often missing.

"I was, as we say in the US southern Bible Belt, "raised right" by the former Southern Presbyterian Church. One thing led to another, some of them miraculously, and I was, eventually, ordained as a Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (USA). I am honored to have studied with the great and powerful leaders of my tradition. 

Then I met Shiloh Sophia McCloud. Her Intentional Creativity teachings explore everything from how to buy paint to the connections between religious history and art and, perhaps most importantly of all, an understanding of the Divine Feminine as a doorway to healing for women and girls who have experienced violence and abuse and limited choices in their lives. Her amazing grasp of quantum physics and neurophysiology gives her a unique perspective from which to welcome women of all faith traditions into a profound practice of healing. 

After 30 years as a minister and pastoral counselor, Shiloh has helped me find the key to the door I've been banging my head against for decades so that I can offer opportunities for deep healing to those who were created by Creator to create. 

And, with Shiloh, there is always much more to learn!"

The Reverend Dr. Susan L. Boardman, RN, MDiv, DMin,
 Intentional Creativity Teacher

"Shiloh Sophia is a teacher and friend who intentionally creates – and helps others create – a life directed by love, infused with joyful collaboration, shaped by wisdom and renewed in beauty. By her spirit, her art and her teaching about the dignity of women, she has added beauty – and a deep appreciation for the sacredness of beauty to my life."  

Reverend Ama Zenya
Minister at Woodside Village Church

"Shiloh Sophia is not just an awe-invoking painter of the Divine Feminine...she is someone who 'prays without ceasing' through her art, poetry, teachings, and example. I have never been in Shiloh's presence (this includes her online offerings) without feeling utterly inspired; she is a deep thinker and a caring communicator, someone who--as she puts it--is dedicated to putting love at the center of all her choices. I cannot fully convey the gratitude I have for being her student; my life has been enriched by her work immeasurably."

Reverend Maggie Oman Shannon, Senior Minister
Unity Spiritual Center of San Francisco

Shares from Colleagues, Friends and Minister's about Shiloh Sophia as a Teacher of the Sacred

Shiloh Sophia teaching an Intentional Creativity class at Unity Spiritual Center in San Francisco during the 2017 Sonoma wildfires.

Woodside Village Church : April 28

Coming Up: 

April 28th Woodside Village Church:
Church + Class

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