Angie Thurston is a Ministry Innovation Fellow at Harvard Divinity School, supporting leaders who are deepening community amidst increasing religious disaffiliation. She is the co-author of How We Gather and Something More, two reports profiling new ways that Americans are congregating. Angie studied playwriting at Brown University and put on arts events in New York City for six years. She began chairing semiannual spiritual gatherings for young adults in 2010. Her faith is grounded in a text called The Urantia Book, and she is an active leader in the international fellowship of Urantia Book readers. She received an MDiv from Harvard Divinity School in 2016.
Stories of Religious Experience
Angie will host a conversation about personal religious experience. Building on her work with religious ‘nones’ over the last three years, both at Harvard and across the US, she will share and invite stories of how a rising generation is exploring what it means to live religiously.