Collegium is an association for liberal religious studies established to encourage collaboration among scholarly members of our clergy and laity who share similar interests; to promote significant theological reflection within and about the Unitarian Universalist movement and other liberal religious movements; to disseminate resources, research, and findings which bear upon the problem of how liberal religion is to address the contemporary situation; and to sustain our heritage of the learned ministry. Copies of previous Collegium presentations are available on the website.
We actively encourage clergy, laity, seminarians, archivists, researchers, writers, and scholars whose interests are relevant to the tradition of liberal religious studies to become Collegium members.
There are two levels of membership in Collegium:
• Active member
• Life member
If you are currently engaged in some aspect of liberal religious studies, you are encouraged to become an active member by completing the membership form, which includes a brief précis of your scholarly pursuits, paying annual dues of $50 ($15 who are students or for those with limited means), and participating in conferences.
If you would like to help sustain Collegium in future years, you are encouraged to become a life member of Collegium for a one-time fee of $300.
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If you prefer not to use the online form on the right, please download and print the paper membership application and mail to: John Leeker, Collegium secretary/treasurer, Meadville Lombard Theological School, 610 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60605