Steve Fredlund’s spiritual journey includes decades as a Christian conservative evangelical leader. But nagging questions grew (fueled by a trip to Rwanda) resulting in leaving his job as Executive Pastor and, ultimately, the church completely. For six years he did not attend church while embracing the process of deconstruction, which was accompanied by deep grief: lost faith, lost relationships, lost community. Steve felt spiritually hopeless. But eventually hope emerged that perhaps there was hope of feeling spiritual once again. Todays’ service shares Steve’s journey and will hopefully provide hope that we too can have a renewed sense of spirituality.