As we work with this emerging culture — where spirituality, education, healthcare and citizenship converge — educational resources are needed to support teachers and facilitators.

These resources are needed in the formal sector — schools, colleges and universities. And also in the informal sector — home groups and networking events.

Over the coming years we intend to build up a free bank of activities and lesson plans, the first of which can be seen in the right hand column of this page.

The Holistic Values Statement and the Spiritual Companions Guidelines give a clear indication of our approach.

In Service Trainings

F4HS provides tailored in-service trainings introducing a holistic approach to contemporary spirituality. Please contact us for further information.

A Call for Resources

  • We need people to support the project through preparing and donating resources.
  • We need educational activities and lesson plans covering all aspects of spirituality.
  • We need, for example, lesson plans which provide overviews and experiential tasters for all subjects. Here are some subject areas, for example,  which require resources:
    Festivals — Rites of Passage — Spirituality and Health — Different Practices

Please contact us if you can help.



F4HS Director William Bloom talks about holistic education


The natural human connection with the wonder and energy of nature, cosmos and all existence; and the instinct to explore and understand
its meaning.
Everything is connected.
You can understand a whole
only by looking at its parts.
You can understand a part only
by looking at its whole.
Celebrate diversity and connection.