Sophia's Portico

A Feminine Spirituality Center - For More Than 25 years!

2330 Beacon Street, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46805
Sophia's Portico


A Feminine Spirituality Center



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Peace and Justice Commission of Allen County


Indiana Center for Middle East Peace


About Wisdom

Beverley Danusis has created a beautiful line of wisdom dolls designed to raise the self esteem of women and young girls.  She also writes a regular column on women's wisdom. 

She can be reached at:


Women of Wisdom Foundation

The Women of Wisdom Foundation is a National Women's Organization based in Seattle, providing diverse and innovative programs that offer women opportunities for personal growth and transformation. WOW promotes women's spirituality, creativity and wholeness, and empowers women's voices and their contributions to the world, honoring the Divine Feminine in all. Women's events include a range of mind, body and spirit topics for a full healing experience.

They can be reached at:



Non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to heighten public awareness of the achievements of women artists and musicians.



The Women's Alliance for Theology, Ethics and Ritual (WATER) began in 1983 in response to the need for theological, ethical, and liturgical development for and by women.
A feminist educational center and network of justice-seekers, WATER brings twenty-five years of experience to programs, workshops and retreats which have helped thousands of people create and sustain inclusive communities in society and religion.

WATER offers fresh insights and abundant opportunities for all who thirst to engage in theological, ethical, and liturgical work developed by women.


Women Drumming Activities

WomenDrum offers opportunities for women to learn/advance the skill of drumming in a safe and fun environment.  They offer a Fall and Spring event at Rainbow Farm in Selma, Indiana.  Check out their website at:


Labyrinth Information

There is a full size Chartre labyrinth in Huntington, Indiana located at the Victory Noll Center at the home of Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters.  It is outside and open to the public.  More information can be obtained at the following website:


Trinity Episcopal Church, 611 W. Berry, Fort Wayne, now has a beautiful, permanent outdoor labyrinth available any time to anyone at the southeast corner of W. Berry Street and Broadway, across from St. Joseph Hospital. Check their website for ongoing labyrinth programs and events:


Fort Wayne Women's Bureau

Serving women in the areas of business, rape awareness, addictions, social networking, etc.  Check out their site for services that may be helpful to you.


Helping Survivors

Their mission is to assist anyone who has been victimized by sexual assault or abuse. Their website is a compilation of information around different instances of sexual violence. They offer resources to assist survivors and their families. A guide on the long term effects of child sex abuse can be found on their website:


Northeast Indiana Diversity Library

Indiana's oldest GLBT collection with a circulating collection of novels, nonfiction, and videos for all ages and genders; as well as an archive of Fort Wayne and regional LGBTQ history, heritage and culture.  More information can be obtained at the following website:


Branches Magazine

BRANCHES provides a forum for topics including personal growth, health care, the environment, social concerns, spirituality and the arts. All content is contributed by Branches readers.

BRANCHES is committed to providing access to resources for personal growth in Indiana and connecting kindred spirits to build a compassionate, creative statewide community.


Fort Wayne Pagan Pride Day

Fort Wayne Pagan Pride Day is planned throughout the year with a team of amazing people that are dedicated to the Pagan community of Northeastern Indiana.  Fort Wayne Pagan Pride Day 2019 is in its sixth year of bringing a better understanding of Paganism to the community we live and work in. It is a main goal to provide programming and vending that is welcoming to Pagans and non-Pagans alike and to foster acceptance of everyone.  We are proud to announce that Fort Wayne Pagan Pride Day will once again be held in Shoaff Park, around the Conklin Pavilion! Come join us for vendors, entertainment, workshops, and more!

Check out the website for updates:


Save Maumee

The purpose of Save Maumee Grassroots Organization is to preserve, protect and improve the ecosystems of the Upper Maumee River and watershed by increasing public awareness through advocacy, collaboration, education and hands-on projects. The organization operates as a charitable, nonprofit organization and is recognized as a 501 (c)(3) by the IRS. Our work since 2005 has been supported by memberships and 100% volunteer efforts. Check out our website:



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 TreeSisters: Women Seeding Change

  A grassroots network of women committed to reforestatioin. 


Find information on LGBTQ housing discrimination at


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Our new guide covers some of the unique challenges faced by LGBTQ+ individuals, how therapy can help, tips for finding the right provider, and additional helpful resources.