Boston Theological Institute

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For the 19th-century institution of the same name, see Boston University School of Theology.
Boston Theological Institute
Boston Theological Institute, Sturtevant Hall, Andover Newton Theological School - IMG 0329.JPG
Established 1968
Location Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America

Boston Theological Institute (BTI) is the largest theological consortium in the world, bringing together the resources of theological schools and seminaries throughout the greater Boston area and some of the most prestigious educational institutions. Its member schools include the following:

Currently, the BTI is led by Ann McClenahan as its Executive Director.

Mission statement[edit]

The Boston Theological Institute is a consortium of ten theological schools and seminaries in the Boston area. It seeks to enrich each member school's mission, advance intentional collaboration, and share resources in order to advance interreligious and ecumenical learning; to strengthen teaching, learning and research; to maximize the stewardship of resources; and to engage the member schools in building interreligious community.[1]


  1. ^ This Mission Statement was approved by the BTI Board of Trustees at the Annual Meeting, May 9, 2012.

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Coordinates: 42°19′30″N 71°11′24″W / 42.325°N 71.1899°W / 42.325; -71.1899