Meet our Mentors/Founders

Promo pic facebook author pageRev. M. L. “Joshua” Rosenblad H.P.

Born into a Pagan Family of many Generations, “Joshua” is well versed in the Pagan Culture. Not raised in the Wiccan culture, but more so in the “Craft of the Wise”, he envisioned the creation of A.S.A. for many years before wading into the waters. In late 2011, with the help and backing of his Wife Rev. Chris Rosenblad and Brother in Spirit, Rev. Peter Hertzberg he founded the organization. He has Authored the Introduction to Wicca Workshop and the First Degree Training book used by A.S.A. He is currently working with Co-Founder Rev. Peter Hertzberg to compile both the Second Degree and Third Degree books. He has been published on Witchvox and has spoken in areas around the United States on the subject of Interfaith Bridging.

To contact him for Mentoring, his email address is rev.joshua@americanspiritualalliance.org

 

PeteRev. Peter Hertzberg H.P.

Rev. Peter Hertzberg, HP realized as a teenager he was different from others his age.  It wasn’t until his 17th birthday that he found out why.  He learned he was descendant of a long line of witches dating back to the 16th century. Over the years he has studied his Craft of the Wise extensively attaining the status of Third Degree High Priest in Salem, MA.

He currently is Northern States Director for the Gaianist Free Church and Co-Founder of the American Spiritual Alliance which is an inter-faith bridge group working with all faiths to create a more harmonious atmosphere for education and tolerance.

Rev. Peter is a father of three and performs clergy duties including handfastings all over the United States. He is an advocate for marriage equality, social justice and educating those in the ecumenical studies about non-book traditions of faith. In addition, he provides clergy education for members of the Gaianist Tradition as well as teaching  ritualistic creation.

To contact him for Mentoring, his email address is rev.peter@americanspiritualalliance.org

 

Rev. Chris RosenbladRev. Chris Rosenblad