Becoming a member of the Greater Boston Branch of the Anthroposophical Society means also becoming a member of the Anthroposophical Society in America. Membership in the American Society generally means membership granted to the General Anthroposophical Society headquartered in Dornach, Switzerland. However, an introductory membership exists for just the American Society (see link below the picture for more details). To be a friend of the Greater Boston branch and receive emails for branch activities, click here.
Typical Annual Membership Contributions:
Greater Boston Branch membership: $25/person, $40/family
Standard membership in the General Society: $120/person
Student/Elder in the General Society: $60/person
Sustaining membership* in the General Society: $180/person
Introductory membership** in the General Society: $40/person
* The sustaining membership level covers a proportionate share of the full cost of all US Society activities and services as well as the annual contribution toward support of the work of the General Society at the Goetheanum.
** Introductory membership is a program of the U.S. Society only. It does not include membership in the General Anthroposophical Society. Throughout the year, material will be sent to you about anthroposophy and the Anthroposophical Society. At the end of the year, you are invited to become a regular member of the Society. Introductory members receive all publications that are part of regular membership and have borrowing privileges at the Rudolf Steiner Library. The Anthroposophical Society is a non-profit, non-sectarian association devoted to furthering Spiritual Science and the work of Rudolf Steiner. The only requirement of membership is that you acknowledge the value of Rudolf Steiner's work in the world. Beyond that, you may choose to participate in the activities of the Society at whatever level interests you.
Click here for online membership application.