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Gregg Alan Mast
President
732-247-5241 x103
gmast@nbts.edu
 
 

Education:
Ph.D. Drew University, Madison, New Jersey 1985
Major: Liturgical Studies
Dissertation: The Eucharistic Service of the Catholic Apostolic Church and Its Influence on Reformed Liturgical Renewals of the Nineteenth Century

M.Phil. Drew University, Madison, New Jersey 1981
Major: Liturgical Studies

M.Div. New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, New Jersey 1976

B.A. Hope College, Holland, Michigan 1974
Major: Religion

Experience:

Professional Licenses/Employment History
2006- Present: President, New Brunswick Theological Seminary

2002-2005 Director of Ministry Services, Reformed Church in America New York, New York

1988-2002 Senior Minister, First Church in Albany (Reformed), Albany, NY

1985-1988 Minister of Social Witness and Worship, Reformed Church in America

1978-1985 Pastor, Second Reformed Church, Irvington, NJ

1976-1977 Assistant Pastor, Andrew Murray Congregation, Johannesburg, South Africa

1976 Ordained Minister of Word and Sacrament, Reformed Church in America


Academic/Teaching Experience
1979 - 1985: Occasional lecturer and Adjunct faculty, New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Brunswick, New Jersey Courses: Worship, Homiletics, Standards of the RCA

1981: Adjunct Faculty, Westminster Choir College, Princeton, New Jersey

1992: Adjunct Faculty, Siena College, Albany, New York

1997: Adjunct Faculty, St. Bernard's Institute, Albany, New York

1999, 2001: Adjunct Faculty, New Brunswick Theological Seminary

2005, 2007: MFCA Course: Reformed Worship

2005: Guest lecturer, Nkhoma Theological Seminary, Malawi Course: Introduction to Systematic Theology


Professional/Academic Honors and Awards
Carlyle Adams Ecumenical Award, Capital Area Council of Churches, Albany, NY (for the founding vision of the Ecumenical Witnesses at Baptism Program) 1998

President, General Synod of the Reformed Church in America, 1999-2000

Distinguished Alumni Award, Hope College 2000


Publications
A Question of Faith, monthly column in The Church Herald 1989-2002

Author/editor of the following books:

Living Free: Ten Guides to Service 1989

Christian Baptism 1990

Our Reformed Church 1995

And Grace Shines Through: A Journey of Faith Through the Ordinary Stories Of Our Lives 1997

In Remembrance and Hope: The Ministry and Vision of Howard G. Hageman 1998

The Eucharistic Service of the Catholic Apostolic Church and Its Influence on Reformed Liturgical Renewals of the Nineteenth Century 1999

Raising the Dead: Sermons of Howard G. Hageman 2000


Selected Church, Community and Volunteer Involvement
Member, Worship Commission, RCA 1981-1985

Member, Board of Directors, Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center, Albany, NY 1988-2002

President, Board of Directors, 1996-1998

Member, General Synod Council, Reformed Church in America 1993-2001

Moderator, GSC, 2000-2001

Member, Board of Pensions, Reformed Church in America 1993-2001

President, Board of Pensions, RCA, 1995-1999

Member, Executive Committee, Classis of Albany 1996-2002

Chair, Vocational Development Committee, Classis of Albany 1996-2002

Member, Executive Committee, Regional Synod of Albany 1997-2001

Member, National Dialogue of the Roman Catholic and Reformed Churches 1998-2001

Member, Board of Directors, Capital Region Theological Center (sponsored by the Formula Churches) 2001-2002

Participant, Ecumenical Dialogue of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches and the Indigenous Churches of Africa 1999-2002



 


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