Theta Alpha Journal

Theta Alpha Journal is a semi-annual magazine (normally published in October and April) devoted to the furtherance of New Church education. It is the official journal of Theta Alpha International, an organization open to all women interested in supporting New Church education.

The magazine typically includes articles on education, articles on life’s lessons in the light of New Church doctrine, addresses and minutes from the Theta Alpha International annual meetings, poetry, book reviews, communications, and reports from Theta Alpha chapters around the world. The Theta Alpha Journal also helps stimulate the ongoing conversation about education within the walls of New Church educational institutions as well as education found along the path of life.

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Current Issue

  • Theta Alpha Journal April 2019 (PDF)
    Inside this issue:

    • What Does it Mean to Love or Acknowledge the Lord?, by Julia Robinson
    • Role of the Arts in Preparing New Church Teachers, by Angela Rose
    • Springtime (poem), by Margit Irwin
    • The Life of the Party, by Madison Zagorski
    • Book Review: My Own Four Walls, by Don Rose, review by Kristin King
    • and more!

Subscribe to receive the Theta Alpha Journal

To sign up to receive Theta Alpha Journal, please contact the editor, Helen Kennedy, at hmkennedy98@gmail.com.


Dues and donations

Three ways to pay dues ($15 US):

1) Pay with a credit card or PayPal online.
Click the Pay Dues/Donate button below to pay dues and make an optional donation to the General Fund.




2) Those in the United States may send a check for dues and any optional donation (payable to Theta Alpha International) to TAI, Box 154, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009.

3) Members outside the United States may send payment to a chapter leader or treasurer. Please indicate any donation, above and beyond dues, to the General Fund.

Daily Inspiration

"You cannot be spiritually reborn without some knowledge of the new or spiritual life, of the true things that you ought to believe and the good things that you ought to do. You cannot learn these things on your own, because on your own you can comprehend things only through your physical senses. Your physical senses give you information about the material world and yourself, not about heaven and God. Spiritual knowledge comes only from revelation."

New Jerusalem and Its Heavenly Doctrine 177