Casper ter Kuile


How might we design for meaningful and engaging ritual in a time of physical distancing?

Casper is an expert in helping people design rituals that encourage believing, becoming, and contemplating what is beyond. In this episode, he invites us to consider the many ways we can both respect our tradition while creating new ways to create union and connection in our rituals, even across physical distance. View episode transcript here.

The first 25 people to sign up will receive a copy of Casper’s book, The Power of Ritual: Turning Everyday Activities into Soulful Practices.


About Casper ter Kuile

Hi, I’m Casper ter Kuile. I’m helping to build a world of joyful belonging. In the midst of enormous changes in how we experience community and spirituality, I connect people and co-create projects that help us live lives of greater connection, meaning, and depth.

I’m the author of The Power of Ritual (HarperOne) and the co-host of the award-winning podcast Harry Potter and the Sacred Text. I’m also a Ministry Innovation Fellow at Harvard Divinity School and the co-founder of startup Sacred Design Lab – a research and design consultancy working to create a culture of belonging and becoming.

I co-authored “How we Gather” and my work has been featured in the New York Times, Vice, The Atlantic, and the Washington Post.


How We Gather


I hold Masters of Divinity and Public Policy from Harvard University, and before moving to the U.S. co-founded Campaign Bootcamp and the UK Youth Climate Coalition, both training and mobilizing young activists.

I live with my husband in Brooklyn, NY. More information about sacred.design at powerofritual.org.