Kujawa-Holbrook will also be a permanent member of the faculty of Claremont Theological School, where she will teach religious education. She currently serves as academic dean of Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts and the Suzanne Radley Hiatt Professor of feminist pastoral theology and church history.
“We know that the quality of ministry formation at Bloy House will be all the more enriched by
having Sheryl on the faculty,” said the Rev. Sylvia Sweeny, interim dean of Bloy House.
In addition to her teaching schedule, Kujawa-Holbrook is a prolific author. Recent publications include God Beyond Borders: Congregations Building Interfaith Community, to be published by the Alban Institute in 2010; and Injustice and the Care of Souls: Pastoral Care with Marginalized Communities, co-written with Karen Montagno and published by Augsburg Fortress 2009. Kujawa-Holbrook and Dr. Fredrica Thompsett co-wrote another upcoming resource for Alban Institute, titled Born of Water, Born of Spirit: Supporting the Ministry of the Baptized in Small, Vital Congregations.