A joint initiative of Andover Newton Theological School and Hebrew College offering programs for religious pluralism.
Engaging students across different social, cultural, ethnic, racial, economic, national, and faith identities.
Supporting research and coursework on medieval philosophy and theology.
Lectures, workshops, and research about the work of the Jesuit theologian Bernard Lonergan (1904-1984).
Engaging the challenges and promises of religious pluralism.
Scholars, policy makers, and media and religious leaders working at the intersection of religion and American public life.
Preparing students to minister to the unique needs of Hispanic communities.
Hosting post-doctoral international scholars for research at the STM.
Research, courses, and scholarship linking religion, art, and music.
Working to empower women and honor diversity in the Methodist Church through the goals of research, support, education, and advocacy.
Supporting and understanding the global Christian community through critical reflection, faithful witness, and thoughtful engagement with multiple cultures.
Deepening relationships between BU STh and local communities of faith.
Preparing religious leaders to become a resource for peace in a multi-cultural, multi-faith world.
Preparing seminary students and local religious leaders for wise financial management in their personal and professional lives.
The Boston campus of GCTS provides ministerial training for urban pastors and church leaders.
A center for global ministry.
A center for disciple-building through intentional spiritual formation, community and peer outreach, and scholarly inquiry.
Resources for pastors, lay leaders and churches for personal and corporate renewal.
Supports Hispanic church leaders with an affordable, quality theological education.
An academic research center studying global Christianity, including outreach and mission. We provide a comprehensive collection of information on the past, present, and future of Christianity in every country of the world.
Promoting religious and cultural literacy and dialogue through graduate and adult education, professional development, and publications.
Compelling and informative Jewish materials to aid Christian students in their own faith journeys.
An intensive introductory course, including relevant world history and geography, research strategies, and guidance in using worldwide resources and online sites.
A variety of programs to promote community engagement and Jewish learning for youths and teens.
A ten-day summer institute for high school juniors and seniors to connect with the Orthodox Christian theological and spiritual tradition.
An ecumenically sensitive study of the Greek patristic tradition, together with the Syrian, Coptic, Armenian, Latin, and other ancient Christian traditions.
Instilling an understanding of international cross-cultural missionary work through a practicum and twelve-day mission to Albania.
A center for the arts and culture of Byzantium.
Funding to support teaching, conferences and publications focusing on Hellenism in Pontus and Asia Minor.
Training future Buddhist religious professionals through a study of the practice of Buddhism, Buddhist languages, and Buddhist arts of ministry.
Providing lectures and programming about the historical and contemporary relationships among religions, and the theological, philosophical, comparative, political, and ethical challenges facing religious communities today.
￼Courses, publications, and public programs supporting research on religion and gender.
A project to document the contours of our multi-religious society.
An initiative to create and collect an open access website designed primarily for public school teachers and their students.
Offering colloquia, seminars, and workshops.
Examining how individuals and communities draw on religious and spiritual resources to foster mutual understanding and peace.
Serving the laity, deacons, and professed religious, and offers two Masters degrees.