Church Relations

The third BU School of Theology Seminary Month is April 2018.

This is similar to a Seminary Sunday, but with a longer window. Here’s how it works: STH offers faculty and staff as resources to local churches during the month of March. Our scholars are available to preach, make presentations, and lead small group discussions on Sundays or other weekdays. We do not ask for an honorarium but we welcome the chance to invite the congregation to donate to Boston University School of Theology, either by including a note in the bulletin or displaying envelopes. 

If you have questions about this program or want to request a faculty member to come to your church, contact Jaclyn Jones.

Here is a sample of our faculty and staff:

Alejandro BottaAlejandro F. Botta
Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible

Presentation topics: Contextual Hermeneutics: A Reading of Psalm 53; Paul as Jewish Theologian; Covenant Renewal: A View from the Prophets

Not available for preaching.

 

John HartJohn Hart
Professor of Christian Ethics

Presentation topics: Caring for Creation and Community; Climate Change and Christian Conduct; Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life? Christian Reflections

Available for preaching: April 15, and April 29

 

Susan HassingerSusan Hassinger
Lecturer, Bishop in Residence

Presentation topics: Being Church in the 21st Century; Spirituality and Leadership

Available for preaching: April 8 and April 22

 

 

Mary Elizabeth Moore

Mary Elizabeth Moore
Dean of the School of Theology, Professor of Theology and Education, Co-Director of the Center for Practical Theology

Presentation topics: Imagining a New Future: Deciding to Hope; Yearnings of Youth: Rethinking Youth Ministry; Developing Relationships Across Difference

Available for Preaching: April 8, April 15, April 22, and April 29

 

Charlene ZuillCharlene Zuill
Spiritual Life Coordinator

Presentation topics: Meditative Labyrinth Walk; SpiritualiTea; Watcher’s Journey — Faithful Response to Immigrants

Not available for preaching.