• Rev. Susan Rederus Chamberlain
    Rev. Susan Chamberlain is a licensed Interfaith Minister with a background of teaching literature and writing for thirty-six years  in high school and college.  She has an M.F.A. from the University of Iowa, Writers' Workshop, & a Doctorate of Religious Studies from Emerson Theological Institute in Oakhurst, Ca. She has established an animal chaplaincy at Sacred Seasons, & follows a Gnostic Christian pathway.

  She was ordained as a minister at  Ground  Spiritual Center in Tustin, Ca. in 2009, where she led the Earth Ministry team in planting trees and gardens in an Adopt-A-Park program with the city of Santa Ana.   She now gives classes, works for charitable organizations, and plans events to benefit non-profits that support animal and environmental causes, and operates out of Sacred Seasons Center in Santa Ana, Ca. 
  She also is a board member with the Orange County Interfaith Coalition for the Environment ( OCICE ), and current president of the Interfaith Council of Central Orange County ( ICCOC ).
Her goal is to help raise the consciousness of humanity & to work toward a global future that honors Nature and ALL life.
    Rev. Susan is available to officiate at weddings, funerals & 
memorials--particularly offering special animal remembrance services. She honors the importance of Interfaith work to help bring about an understanding among different cultures and religions in recognizing we are all One People, One Life System and One with the Universe.  We are an official National Wildlife Federation home sanctuary.
The intention at Sacred Seasons is to provide a space for the growth of intellect and spirit through a rich source of experiential, intellectual and inspiring programs and opportunities at the center.  A calendar of classes and scheduled events is available through this site.  
   July 2015 saw the beginning phase of Earth Crew, our environmental volunteer and outreach group. Watch us grow.

Click here to add text.
HOMERev. SusanSalonCONTACT US2017 Calendar2018 Calendar