Lucinda Mosher

 Lucinda Mosher

Address175 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY 10011

Adj. Professor of World Religions., General Theological Seminary

B.Mus., Boston University,
M.Mus., Lowell State College,
M.A., Hartford Seminary,
S.T.M., The General Theological Seminary,

Lucinda Allen Mosher, Th.D., an Episcopal Church Foundation Fellow, holds degrees from
Boston University, Hartford Seminary, and General Seminary. Based in New York City, she
works as a consultant, author, and educator on inter-religious matters. Currently, she is
Interim Executive Director of Religions for Peace – USA, and is a consultant to Auburn
Theological Seminary’s Center for Multifaith Education. Other recent clients have included the
Anglican Communion Network of Inter Faith Concerns, Trinity Institute, Columbia
University’s Middle East Institute, and the Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Office of The
Episcopal Church. Dr. Mosher is the author of the Faith in the Neighborhood series published by
Seabury Books. Other publications include book-chapters and articles on multifaith issues,
Christian-Muslim concerns, and the spiritual legacy of Turkish mystic Bediuzzaman Said
Nursi. A frequent lecturer in the US and abroad, Dr. Mosher works extensively with Christian
clergy, seminarians and congregations on concerns raised by America’s increasingly multireligious
context. She teaches in the MultiFaith Track of New York Theological Seminary’s
Doctor of Ministry program, and is the founding instructor for the annual Worldviews
Seminar at The University of Michigan-Dearborn. In recent years, she has also offered courses
at Fordham University (NY), College of St Elizabeth (NJ), and Ecumenical Theological
Seminary (MI), as well as at General Seminary. On occasion, she may be heard in concert with
the GTS-based recorder ensemble Chelsea Winds.

Areas of Interest

World Religions;

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