Flip The Script: Faithful Futures

Faithful Futures is a 3-hour workshop for Christian high school students who want their lives, and their faith, to “make a difference” but aren’t sure how as they consider next steps in the journey after graduation. Together, we will explore the concept of vocation and help students identify areas of call that are speaking to their hearts right now. Students will leave with a prophetic purpose statement and an asset map of conversations partners and organizations in their life that can help them explore these their calling in greater depth.


Rev. Jennifer Bailey

Minister, Writer, Scholar-Activist

Named one of 15 Faith Leaders to Watch by the Center for American Progress, Rev. Jennifer Bailey is an ordained minister, public theologian, and emerging national leader in multi-faith movement for justice. She is the Founding Executive Director of the Faith Matters Network, a new interfaith community equipping faith leaders to challenge structural inequality in their communities. Jennifer comes to this work with nearly a decade of experience at non-profits combating inter-generational poverty.

A Truman Scholar and Nathan Cummings Foundation Fellow, Jennifer earned degrees from Tufts University and Vanderbilt University Divinity School where she was awarded the Wilbur F. Tillett Prize for accomplishments in the study of theology. She writes regularly for a number of publications including Sojourners and the Huffington Post. Her first book, tentatively titled Confessions of a #Millennial #Minister is currently under contract with Chalice Press. Rev. Bailey is an ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

Nicholas Hayes, M.Div

PhD Candidate, Scholar, Postulant for Holy Orders

Since his first exposure to faith-based community organizing in 2009, Nicholas Hayes, MDiv, has found in it a powerful set of practices to bridge personal and social transformation. Whether as a young adult organizer through Life Together (Boston's Episcopal Service Corps), a trainer and coach for Marshall Ganz's Leading Change Network, a leader in the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization, or the national Faith Community Organizer at New Economy Coalition, Nicholas has brought spirituality and social justice organizing together in diverse ways throughout his career. He has led and facilitated trainings in narrative and organizing for diverse nonprofits, religious institutions, professional groups, and government organizations.

After spending a year as a Teaching and Research Fellow for Marshall Ganz at the Harvard Kennedy School, in September, 2016 Nicholas began a PhD program in Theological Ethics at Boston College to ground his work in further study. He is currently a postulant to the priesthood in the Episcopal Church.