Episcopal Divinity School

Episcopal Divinity School

Episcopal Divinity School

Overview
Date Founded

1974

Headquarters

99 BRATTLE STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA, 02138, USA

Charitable Causes

Higher Education & Universities

Employees (Worldwide)

59

Company Description

EDUCATION OF PERSONS FOR POSITIONS OF LEADERSHIP IN THE CHRISTIAN DENOMINATIONS, AND PARTICULARLY THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH, AND FOR THE MINISTRY THEREOF.

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Executives & Employees

Executive Director

Board of Trustees

Trustee at Episcopal Divinity School

Priest In Charge at St. Wilfrid's Episcopal Church

Distinguished Alumni
John L. Rabb is now Former Bishop Suffragan at Episcopal Diocese of Maryland
Hilary Pennington is now Executive Vice President of Programs at Ford Foundation
Anita Louise Schell-Lambert is now Member of the Standing Committee at Episcopal Diocese of Rhode Island
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Key Stats and Financials As of 2018
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$4.34M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
$1,500
12/31/2016
$5,000
12/31/2016
$700
09/30/2016
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Union Theological Seminary is an independent, multi-denominational seminary in the City of New York whose mission derives from a Christian heritage that is at once progressive and evangelistic: to educate leaders for ministry in churches and related organizations, to extend the work of social justice and to enrich the academy through teaching and research. Education at Union Theological Seminary is deeply rooted in a critical understanding of the breadth of Christian traditions yet significantly instructed by the insights of other faiths. It makes connections between these traditions and the most profoundly challenging issues of our contemporary experience: the realities of suffering and injustice, world religious pluralism, the fragility of our planet, and discoveries of modern science. Union envisions a future in which teaching and learning continues to be ecumenical in spirit, supporting a record of academic excellence and a deep commitment to social justice.

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