Pastor to Old Cambridge Baptist Church in Cambridge, MA, where he also serves as American Baptist Chaplain to Harvard University and Advisor for LGBTQ+ Affairs in the Office of Religious, Spiritual, & Ethical Life at MIT. He is the author, co-author, and editor of several books, including, A Brief Guide to Ministry with LGBTQIA Youth, Christianity, LGBTQ Suicide, and the Souls of Queer Folk, Troubling the Water: A Christian Resource for the Work of Racial Justice, and Microaggressions in Ministry: Confronting the Hidden Violence of Everyday Church.
Rev. Dr. Zachary Moon, Ph.D. has served as a chaplain in multiple contexts including the United States Navy Reserve (2011-2017) and the Pathway Home, a residential treatment program for combat veterans diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (2011-2012), and as a chaplain resident in the VA hospital system (2010-2011). He has published widely including four books, Coming Home: Ministry That Matters with Veterans and Military Families (Chalice Press, 2015), Warriors between Worlds: Moral Injury and Identities in Crisis (Lexington Books, 2019), Goatwalking: A Quaker Pastoral Theology (Brill, 2021), and Doing Theology in Pandemics: Facing Viruses, Violence, and Vitriol (Pickwick, 2022). His articles have been published in the Journal for Pastoral Theology, Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling, Journal of Religious Education, Journal of Pastoral Psychology, International Journal of Narrative Therapy and Community Work, Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy, Christian Century, Christianity Today, Huffington Post, Religion Dispatches, among others. He serves as Professor of Theology and Psychology at Chicago Theological Seminary.