Religious Education Association

An Association of Professors, Practitioners, and Researchers in Religious Education

 

  


 
 

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About US

 

The Religious Education Association is an incorporation of the venerable 100 year old association (REA) of persons who have gathered semi-annually, published and taught religious education during this past century and the Association of Professors and Researchers in Religious Education (APRRE), the group of professors, scholars and researchers who for the past 30 years have gathered annually as a guild of scholars building and sharing a body of theory and research.

Mission:

The mission of the Religious Education Association is to create opportunities for exploring and advancing the interconnected practices of scholarship, research, teaching, and leadership in faith communities, academic institutions, and the wider world community. The Association accomplishes its mission in four ways:

Through sharing, critiquing and encouraging publication of substantive research, probing scholarship and practical approaches to religious education (particularly through its journal Religious Education);

Through ecumenical, inter-religious, and cross-cultural, interdisciplinary and inter-professional dialogue that stimulates members to recall and examine historic traditions and explore fresh visions of religious education for the diverse and ever-changing human family in our complex world community;

 Through creation of international networks of communication, cooperation and support in order to strengthen leaders in religious education, and religious education as a distinctive and vital field; and

Through interpreting the nature, purposes, and value of the field of religious education to the wider society and those preparing to become professors, researchers, or other leaders in religious education.

The REA is a a member of North American Interfaith Network (NAIN)

The Religious Education Association is a qualified 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization, federal identification number 13-1678636

 


 

For more information contact: 

Dr. Lucinda Huffaker
REA Executive Secretary

The Religious Education Association
P.O. Box 200392
Evans, CO  80620-0392
765-225-8836 phone , 970-351-1269 fax

reaapprre@msn.com



 

   

 

 

 

 
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