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At the Crossing we practice a collaborative leadership model that encourages all members of the community to have a say in leadership if they so choose. Our leadership is concentrated into three main groups: Staff, Council, and Worship Circle.


Staff

We organize worship, and serve as the liaisons to the Episcopal Diocese.  

 
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Ashley Anderson
Minister for Liturgical Arts and Community

Ashley is a graduate of Boston University School of Theology and School of Social Work. She is committed to cultivating joy, curating creativity, and pursuing justice. She loves The Crossing's commitment to seeking God at the intersection of community, social justice, and liturgy. Ashley enjoys urban gardening and hanging out with her dog, Pope Joan. 

Contact: ashley@thecrossingboston.gmail.com

 
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Kevin Vetiac
Music Director

Kevin earned his Master of Divinity degree at Boston University School of Theology and is a licensed minister with the American Baptist Church. He also serves as an Associate Minister at St. Mark Congregational Church and loves preaching in the Black tradition. Kevin joined a Gospel choir when he was thirteen and has been singing ever since. He is a longtime member of The Crossing and believes the music we create together plays an integral role in creating a welcoming space where people from various backgrounds can come together as community.

 
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Sasha Weisse
Director of Communications/Life Together Fellow

Sasha is the current Life Together fellow. She holds a BA in Religious Studies from Union College and a Masters of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School.

She loves stories, storytelling, gaming, and disrupting power structures.

Contact: sasha.thecrossing@gmail.com


Worship Circle 

We plan the structure and content of our weekly Thursday night Worship.


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Council

We're a crew who handle things like budget, development, staffing, and big-picture community vision.