The Rev. Dr. Wanda Stahl is an ordained Deacon in the United Methodist Church. She currently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Contextual Theology and Practice and Director of Contextual Education and Congregational Partnerships at Boston University School of Theology. Prior to this, Wanda served as Director of Christian Formation for the New England Annual Conference of the UMC for 12 years. Wanda received her M.Div. from Boston University School of Theology and her Ph.D. in Religion and Education from Boston College. She has completed programs in Individual Spiritual Guidance and Leading Contemplative Prayer Groups and Retreats from the Shalem Institute in Washington, DC and considers it a privilege to accompany people on their faith journeys in a variety of settings. Wanda has led retreats for clergy and laity of various denominations in the New England area. She currently sees persons for individual spiritual guidance in Boston, MA and Portland, ME. Wanda lives in Portland, ME, where she enjoys walking on the beach, hiking in the woods, and many other excuses to be in the natural world.