Faith in Boston: How Congregations Matter in a Changing Metropolis

Session I: Boston's Triple Revolution: Spatial, Economic, and Demographic

Dr. Barry Bluestone, director of Northeastern University's Center for Urban and Regional Planning leads discussion on "Boston's 'Triple Revolution': Spatial, Economic, and Spiritual" during the first panel of a day-long conference on "Faith in Boston: How Congregations Matter in a Changing Metropolis" held April 30 in the Braun Room. Introductory remarks were delivered by Lowell Livezey, director of the Metropolitan Congregational Studies Project, and chair of the conference, and also by Stephanie Paulsell, Associate Dean of Ministerial Studies at HDS.