Visiting Professor and Director of Practices of Ministry & Vocational Development
3041 Broadway, CT 41
New York, NY 10027
B.A., University of Iowa, 1984
M.Div., Union Theological Seminary, 2003
S.T.M., Yale University Divinity School, 2005
Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary, 2013
Jane Huber is Visiting Professor and Director of Practices of Ministry & Vocational Development. She works with students and faith leaders as Director of the VISION program, Director of the Trinity Union Fellowship Program, Director of the Women’s Interfaith Residency Program, and consultant to the ENCORE program. She supports students through their field placement and vocational development and teaches courses in Church History, Practical Theology and Spiritual Practice. Dr. Huber is committed to supporting ministry in each phase of its development, and the vocational growth of students and faith leaders as they pursue their goals.
Dr. Huber received her Doctorate in Theology and History from Union Theological Seminary in 2013. She earned her M.Div. from Union in 2003 and was awarded the Hitchcock prize in Church History. She earned an S.T.M. from Yale Divinity School and a certificate in Liturgical Studies from the Institute of Sacred Music at Yale in 2005. She was ordained in the United Church of Christ in 2007, and has worked in churches in Vermont and the New York metropolitan area since 2002.
Dr. Huber’s dissertation considers how communities create ritual and spiritual practices that reflect their understanding of faith and belief. As a SARTS Luce fellow, she collaborated with congregations in Vermont and New York to create a multi- media, community based project, Keeping Time: Sung Gospels and Moving Images. She is also the Associate Producer of Joyful Noise, a documentary about Psalm singing in different faith communities.
Faith Seeking Understanding: Intentional Community from Medieval Model to Contemporary Example (Fall 2017)
Hildegard of Bingen: Life and Work (Fall 2018)