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President Brown’s Letter to the BU Community on the Roe v. Wade Decision

On Friday, June 24, Boston University President Robert Brown published his response to the United States Supreme Court ruling to reverse the 1973 decision of Roe v. Wade. In the wake of this ruling, Boston University remains committed to guaranteeing people’s reproductive rights as allowed under Massachusetts law. For Boston University... More

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Prof. Christopher Evans Featured in German Documentary

Professor of History of Christianity and Methodist Studies Christopher Evans is a featured theological expert in the Religion episode of the German documentary series “Truth and Lies.” The episode is fully in German and aired in Germany in May 2022. Prof. Evans was interviewed for this episode here in Boston... More

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BUSTH PhD Student Jeehyun Baek Awarded Louisville Institute Dissertation Fellowship

Boston University School of Theology PhD student in Theology, Ethics, and Philosophy Jeehyun Baek has been awarded The Dissertation Fellowship by the Louisville Institute.  Titled “Mourning Across Generations: Theological Witness to Intergenerational Trauma in the Korean Diaspora,” Ms. Baek’s dissertation examines a theology of resilience for Korean diaspora communities who inherit... More

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Prof. Dana Robert Delivers Inaugural Anderson Lecture at Princeton Theological Seminary

William Fairfield Warren Distinguished Professor Dana Robert delivered the inaugural Gerald H. Anderson Lecture at Princeton Theological Seminary on June 9, 2022. “Gerry Anderson will be remembered as the maestro of contemporary mission studies,” began Prof. Robert. “He has guided the field, the movements, and ideals that carried mission theory... More

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Pastor, Full-Time, American Baptist: Madison, NH

The Madison Baptist Church, in Madison, N.H., is seeking a full time pastor to lead the church into its next chapter of ministry. While the church is associated with the American Baptist denomination, it has long viewed itself as a community church, welcoming to all who come to worship. Some of... More

Associate Pastor, Full-Time, UCC: Newington, CT

Application Dates: Rolling until filled Position Summary The Associate Pastor provides pastoral care and leadership for the entire congregation with an emphasis on ministry to youth and young adults as well as mission and outreach. Essential Functions - Works in partnership with the Senior Pastor to provide pastoral leadership to the congregation including but... More

Part-Time Music Position, Episcopal: Cambridge MA

This is a part-time salaried position with an expected average commitment between 15 and 20 hours per week. Salary range $20,000 - $22,000. The responsibilities of the position include: selection of sacred music for liturgies; playing the organ and piano at weekly rehearsals and Sunday services; directing and accompanying the choir;... More

Memoir “Coming Alive” by Rev. Dr. Anne Ierardi (STH’90) Wins Next Generation INDIE Book Award

The content below is provided courtesy of Rev. Dr. Anne Ierardi's (STH’90) newsletter, which can be found here. I was excited to learn that my book, Coming Alive, memoir, tied for first place in the LESBIAN/GAY/BISEXUAL/TRANSGENDER/QUEER+ category for the Next Generation INDIE awards. There were nine finalists, including the other winner. Robert Steele... More

Rev. Rashad D. McPherson (STH’15) Serves as The Music Director at The Broadway League’s Black to Broadway Initiative

This press release was originally published by The City Life Org and can be found here. The Broadway League’s Black to Broadway Initiative presents the second annual Broadway Celebrates Juneteenth concert, a free outdoor event centered around Black artistry and community. This 90-minute concert is open to all and takes place at Duffy Square in... More