Notice:

Our school has moved to Trask Building: 169 Herrick Rd, Newton Centre, MA 02459. The new building hours will be, beginning Monday, Sept. 11th: Monday and Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday:8:30 a.m.-9:00 p.m. Closed on Weekends and Holidays.

Alumni/ae News and Events

With New Location Comes a New Name

Dear friends,

For two years, Andover Newton Theological School and Yale Divinity School have been working diligently on a formal affiliation between our two schools. We can now celebrate the fruits of these efforts.

Well-regarded foundation to use Newton campus for educational purposes

Today (6.29.17), Andover Newton Theological School took the final steps toward selling its Newton Center campus to a well-regarded foundation that intends to use the site for educational purposes.

Brown, Mayor Walsh Write Op-Ed on Immigration

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and Andover Newton alumnus the Rev. Jeffrey Brown (MDiv '87) wrote a compelling piece about their perspective on immigration for The Boston Globe, published May 8, 2017, under the headline "Boston won't turn its police officers into ICE agents."

An excerpt:

Nov. 29, 2016

Andover Newton is participating in #GivingTuesday again this year, and our focus will be on raising dollars to support increased (we hope!) financial aid for students next year. We know that our students who will be wrapping up their academic programs next year will be under particular stressors, so every little bit of help we can supply is important.

The Rev. Elizabeth Aguilar ’97, The Rev. Dr. Debora Jackson ’06 & ’12, The Rev. Julie Peeples ’83

Registration continues until midday Monday, Sept. 12, for the Andover Newton Fall Reunion, Sept. 22-24.

Believing that the true legacy of the Hill is less about place and more about people, the Reunion Committee has invited several alumni/ae or other ANTS-associated individuals to offer short reflections and dialogue on a topic of their interest and expertise on Friday. This is a great way to see how colleagues have lived out all they’ve learned!

The Rev. Jeffrey Brown ’87, The Hon. Emily C. Hewitt, The Rev. Dr. Yvonne Delk ’63

Registration continues until midday Monday, Sept. 12, for the Andover Newton Fall Reunion, Sept. 22-24.

Believing that the true legacy of the Hill is less about place and more about people, the Reunion Committee has invited several alumni/ae or other ANTS-associated individuals to offer short reflections and dialogue on a topic of their interest and expertise on Friday. This is a great way to see how colleagues have lived out all they’ve learned!

The Rev. Rahsaan Hall ’12, The Rev. Paul Langston-Daley ’97

Registration continues until midday Monday, Sept. 12, for the Andover Newton Fall Reunion, Sept. 22-24.

Believing that the true legacy of the Hill is less about place and more about people, the Reunion Committee has invited several alumni/ae or other ANTS-associated individuals to offer short reflections and dialogue on a topic of their interest and expertise on Friday. This is a great way to see how colleagues have lived out all they’ve learned!

Event is Capstone to 'Science and Seminaries' Grant

Join us Thursday, Sept. 22, for a one-day conference designed as the capstone to Andover Newton's participation in the pilot "Science for Seminaries" program, funded through the generous support of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

Click names to read brief biographies of the day's speakers:

The Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright event planned for tonight, March 9, has been postponed to a later date. Please hold Rev. Dr. Wright in your prayers, as he is ill. We also would appreciate you notifying any friends or churches that may not see this message. Please stay tuned for information about a new date and time for this event.

The Rev. Dr. Max L. Stackhouse passed away at the age of 80 at his home in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts, on Saturday, January 30. After graduating from DePauw University and Harvard Divinity School, Dr. Stackhouse was ordained by the United Church of Christ and went on to be internationally recognized as a theologian in the field of Christian social ethics. After early involvement in the civil rights movement, he pioneered work in public theology, economics, globalization, and ecclesiastical concerns. Dr.

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