THe Collective: leaders ready for transformation

Are you seeking an intentional, creative, and educational community of sacred risk takers who challenge inequitable and oppressive systems? Join The Collective to not just respond to our rapidly changing times-- let's co-create a new way of being through it!

Prophetic leadership doesn't have to be lonely.

The Faith Space Collective is a select community of revolutionary diverse leaders committed to the holistic evolution of our planet during turbulent times. As interdisciplinary spiritual leaders from all sectors, we collaborate, and then cultivate extraordinary transformation across our respective contexts utilizing ritual as the root of our work.​

The Collective is a sacred think tank for revolutionary leaders.

Members of The Collective meet on a regular basis, agree to shared values, embody their ethics, contribute rituals rooted in sustainability, and cultivate mutuality. Our intentional community is a space to repair our world, envision the future, teach/learn, and support each other personally and professionally. If you feel called to join this community and commit to consistent engagement, you may begin the application process here.

Benefits of joining The Collective:

A space to collaborate, problem-solve, and envision with leaders committed to social change.

Lead or co-lead at least one Collective meeting a year.

Lead or co-lead at least one public ritual with The Faith Space a year.

Connect with creative spiritual leaders with a variety of backgrounds and perspectives to solve local and systemic problems.

A space to share rituals, projects, and ideas that shift the status quo.

Entrance in the private Facebook group with other Collective members.

Exclusive Faith Space spiritual leadership training.

*We are accepting applications on a rolling basis at this time and the first three months is a trial period to determine if this guild is a good fit for you, and vice versa. 

Membership in The Collective is $500 a year or $50 a month, but for a limited time we are offering the first 10 applicants FREE admission!

You might be a good fit for The Collective if you have the following:

  • A spiritual foundation in your daily life. No religion needed, rather a personal relationship with the Universe. (Ritual practices, prayer, divination, etc.) 

  • Formal leadership training 

  • Experience embodying sacred leadership in some capacity

  • Self awareness work including, but not limited to: trauma-informed training, resilience practices, one on one support/therapy, healing work in groups, etc.

  • Anti-bias/racism training and praxis that is ongoing

  • Integrated rituals into your vocation

  • Tangible application of a holistic paradigm

  • Practice systemic integration and methods of change

  • A high ethical standard for yourself and society



Frequently Asked Questions:

All I need to do is fill out the application and I'm in?

Not completely. There is an interview process and a three month trial period to make sure everyone is a good fit for this opportunity.

How much does it cost to join The Collective?

It costs $500 a year or $50 a month. 

Are scholarships available?

Yes! Financing this opportunity should not be a barrier. If it is, please contact us for more information. 

I don't have a religion. Can I still join?

Absolutely! Most of the leaders in The Collective don't have a formal faith tradition. Spirituality is one's personal relationship with their Creator or the Universe. Everyone is welcome who identifies as connected to something greater than themselves. 


I'm in the midst of my leadership sojourn... am I a fit for The Collective?

Maybe? Everyone is welcome to fill out an application and interview with The Faith Space staff, but if you're still learning, seeking more skills, and honing your holistic worldview, check out The Institute for courses to assist you on your path.

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that most frightens us."

Marianne Williamson