Boston University School of Theology is the oldest theological seminary of American Methodism and the founding school of Boston University, the largest private research university in New England.
Beacon Hill Friends House is a Quaker center for learning and action, and an intentional community in Downtown Boston. Founded in 1957, our mission is to embody the Quaker values of faith, simplicity, integrity, community, and social responsibility in order to nurture and call forth the Light in all of us.
CMM is the Greater Boston Area’s oldest interfaith social action network. Founded in 1966, CMM works to mobilize congregations and communities across economic, religious, racial, and ethnic boundaries so that, in partnership, we can work more effectively for a just and peaceful society and for spiritual growth and interfaith understanding.
Dr. Stephen Angell
Leatherock professor of Quaker studies, Earlham School of Religion
Dr. Rady Roldan-Figueroa
Associate Professor of the History of Christianity, BU School of Theology
Executive Secretary, Friends World Committee for Consultation Section of the Americas
Adjunct professor of ecotheology at Portland Seminary; leader of the Oregon Interfaith Power & Light at Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
Program Director, Beacon Hill Friends House
Dr. Welling Hall
Earlham Plowshares Professor of Peace Studies Emerita and BHFH Quaker Fellow