I was researching into Gnosticism this evening and came across some contemporary Gnostic sites I had not visited previously. Most interesting was the Sophia Fellowship.
The Sophian Fellowship has its own distinct take on Jesus: "At the heart of Gnostic Christianity, as taught in the Sophian Tradition, is the view of Yeshua (Aramaic for Jesus) as a human being who embarked upon a spiritual or mystical journey and became Self-realized or Enlightened; hence attained Supernal or Messianic Consciousness. According to the Sophian Gospel he was not born Christ, but became Christed by the reception of teachings and initiations from his Spiritual Teachers and engaging in spiritual practice and spiritual living. It is said that Yeshua was, indeed, the incarnation of a Great Soul and that he had accomplished the divine labor of Self-realization or Enlightenment in previous lives. Nevertheless, incarnate in the world as a Light-bearer, he had to sojourn the Path to Enlightenment as any other human being. In so doing he became a living example of the Path to Self-realization or Enlightenment and was empowered to teach others how to attain Supernal or Messianic Consciousness."
Of course, don't look for that in the New Testament.
Affiliated Sophian communities include: Sophian Circle: Austin Texas, Sophia Agape Circle, Circle of the Sacred Dance: Australian Sophian circle, Boulder Gnostic Circle
Other Gnostic sites include: The United Gnostic Churches of America, The Melchizedek Circle, The Universal Gnostic Church, Circle of the Free Spirit, The Arimathea Institute, ChristoSophia, The Gnostic Society, The Gnostic Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Temple Sophia, Secret Christianity, The Alliance of Gnostics in Community and Awareness, The Gnostic Way , Lectorium Rosicrucianum, Thomasine Church, Universal Gnostic Church
For more on Gnosticism see: Gnostic churches