Membership in the Greater Boston Branch of the Anthroposophical Society requires first becoming a member of the Anthroposophical Society in America. Membership in the American Society means membership is granted to the Anthroposophical Society headquartered in Dornach, Switzerland.
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Typical Annual Membership Free-will Contributions:
Greater Boston Branch membership: $30/person, $50/family
Standard membership in the General Society: $200/person
Student/Elder in the General Society: $120/person
Sustaining membership* in the General Society: $250/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.
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.
As a member you will receive:
- Membership in the General Anthroposophical Society, a global community founded by Rudolf Steiner in 1923 with its home offices at the Goetheanum, in Dornach, Switzerland.
- The print edition of being human – our quarterly publication featuring initiatives out of anthroposophy, arts, ideas, a gallery, research and reviews, and including member news – along with other communications services and resources.
- Free borrowing privileges at the Rudolf Steiner Library, the Society’s national mail-order lending library.
- As a Society member you may also apply after two years for membership in the School for Spiritual Science, founded in 1924 by Rudolf Steiner as an esoteric school for spiritual scientific research and study.