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Video recordings of our latest broadcasts are listed here in case you missed a service. Sunday Services are broadcast each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. in the Church of the Holy Quest.

Search our growing video recordings library for specific topics, dates and speakers. A more extensive library of audio and video recordings dating back to the 1950s can be searched in questSTUDY.

Your highest tribute to the Lord Christ is a worship of His Spirit through the living of His Spirit.
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SpeakerPodcastThe Epiphany Experience: Awakening to Moments of Presence
January 29, 2023 by Deborah Waitley, Ph.D.

Beginning with its origin in the birth and revelation of Christ and the Magi's visit, we will explore the meaning of ''Epiphany'' through spiritual as well as practical lenses. Sprinkled with insights from psychology and experiences of 'ordinary' people, we will gain a deeper understanding of how it can show up in, enrich, and transform our lives.

SpeakerPodcastPioneers of the Aquarian Age: Merton and Kagawa
January 22, 2023 by Richard Boult

The life and social and religious activism of two Christian pioneers of the Aquarian Age, Thomas Merton and Toyohiko Kagawa, are explored.

SpeakerPodcastMe, We and Thee
January 15, 2023 by Reverend Lucy Wold

Called a 'good friend' by Flower and an excellent psychotherapist by many, psychiatrist Fritz Kunkel, M.D. sought to integrate psychology, sociology and religion. With a deep knowledge of depth psychology as well as Living Christianity, Dr. Kunkel developed a theory of character development he called 'We Psychology.' Explore the interesting life of this man who spoke here at Questhaven and helped many to let go of egocentricity and become more mature and creative.

SpeakerPodcastPutting Out Into the Deep
January 8, 2023 by Reverend Felice Reynolds

As followers of Christ, we are each called to put our nets into deeper water. This metaphorically can mean having deeper faith, deeper love, deeper understanding. We will look at this Latin phrase ''Duc in Ultum'' (Put out into the deep) and what in can mean for us today.