The Anthroposophical Society in America is a nonsectarian, nonpolitical organization open to everyone regardless of religion, race, nationality, social standing, scientific or artistic conviction. It was founded as “an association of people who would foster the life of the soul, both in the individual and in human society, on the basis of a true knowledge of the spiritual world.”
The Anthroposophical Society in America is a membership organization that supports the development, communication and practice of anthroposophy in the United States. Anthroposophy is a discipline of research as well as a path of knowledge, service, personal growth and social engagement. Introduced and developed by Rudolf Steiner, it is concerned with all aspects of human life, spirit and humanity’s future evolution and well-being.
“The Anthroposophical Society is in no sense a secret society, but is entirely public. Anyone can become a member, without regard to nationality, social standing, religion, scientific or artistic conviction, who considers as justified the existence of an institution such as the Goetheanum in Dornach, in its capacity as a School of Spiritual Science.”
From the Statutes of the Anthroposophical Society
Meet the Team
Anthroposophical Foundation of California Board members: Linda Connell, Samuel Glaze, Eloise Krivosheia, Roger Rindge, Lori St. James Daub, Douglas Rodger and Nicole Ebarb
Planning Committee: Cheryl Alexander, Joan Newton, Roger Rindge, Margaret Shipman, Daniel Evaeus
Membership: Tischia Bluske firstname.lastname@example.org
School for Spiritual Science, First Class Holders: Linda Connell and Roger Rindge.
Administration and General Inquiry: email@example.com
Governing documents, Form 990, and financial statements of the Anthroposophical Society in America, Los Angeles Branch, are available to the public by appointment at 110 Martin Alley, Pasadena, CA 91105. To make an appointment please call the branch: (626)795-7105.