About Science of Connectedness

Science of Connectedness strives to help people better cultivate Connectedness in their lives and thus improve their spiritual health using research-based ideas and tools.

I started Science of Connectedness (SofC) as a small blog in March 2016 for a course at Harvard Divinity School. Since then, it has become a company, which I established in 2018, and a more complex website offering both research and services.

Within the research section of the website, I publicly share my academically-published definition of spirituality, which I developed at the University of British Columbia and Harvard Divinity School. I also continue to provide a blog of research-based spiritual tools as well as the Connectedness Evaluation, which is a spiritual health assessment I developed in collaboration with a medical doctor. 

In the services section, I put my Connectedness research into practice, offering spiritual support like spiritual counseling and officiating of weddings and funerals. Although I primarily work with Religious Nones, I am open to working with people of all religious affiliations, cultural backgrounds, and sexual orientations. Contact me for a free consultation. 

Oh, and as a little bonus, I added an online store in Spring 2019, which offers items to inspire connected living!

My research-based definition is widely applicable and founded on the idea that spirituality is a fundamental part of the human experience. To read more, click here.

The definition of spirituality refers to four types of relationships in which we cultivate Connectedness. To read more, click here





About This Website

The website and content, including logos and artwork, were designed and created by myself, Sarah E. K. Lentz. Please note that some external links may have been created through the Amazon Affiliate program, which provides me with a small sum for each purchase made using the associated link.