Check out our Common Calendar for the latest information on activities at each of the graduate schools.
Listen to Pete’s Talk from the
First Friday Gathering…
The Story of the Good News of the God Who Sets Us Free
Society for the Two Tasks
Soul & Mind
Saturdays, 11 am (Starts 9/12)
Phillips Brooks House, 309
The Society for the Two Tasks (S2T) was founded in 2004 and meets each Saturday during the school year in Harvard Yard in the Philips Brooks House. The name of the group comes from a speech given by Charles Malik in 1980 at Wheaton College, where he argued that the church had two tasks set before it, saving the soul and saving the mind, and that it had largely failed in the latter. This group strives to address the task of saving the mind by engaging in study and discussion of a wide variety of topics relating to Scripture, apologetics, historic theology, world religions, secular critiques of Christianity, and the claims of Jesus. Our meetings are open to everyone. Write to Finny Kuruvilla for updates on the weekly question or to be added to the email list.
FIRST FRIDAY GATHERING
Connect with the Graduate
Christian Community - Singing,
Prayer and Teaching
Friday, Oct 2, 8 pm
Phillips Brooks House, Harvard Yard
Each month we gather on the First-Friday to honor God with worship, prayer and teaching from the Bible! If you’re new to this community, this is great way to get connected. If you’re curious but cautious - or even skeptical - we hope you’ll come and visit. As always, many of us head out afterward for food and refreshment in the Square. Join us and bring a friend! Write Jeff Barneson for more information.
Here's a map
Daily Prayer @ Harvard
Mon-Fri, 8 am, Pusey Room
Memorial Church, Harvard Yard
Here’s a map
We are resuming on Monday, 8/17 and continue to pray for our University. We meet most days in the Pusey Room (but sometimes we have to move). Keep up at the Facebook Group, or write to Pete Williamson for more information.
Fall Getaway in New Hampshire
Friday-Sunday, Oct 9-11
us for a weekend away in the midst of New England's fall foliage extravaganza - Hiking, canoeing, meeting other grad students in a beautiful natural setting. Toah Nipi is the perfect spot to find quiet space after the crazy start to the school year - Time for Bible reading and discussion, worship and prayer. Plus, Monday is a holiday at most of the campuses so you can catch up on work.
Information and registration online
InterVarsity's 24th Student
December 27-31, 2015
Urbana 15 is an amazing opportunity to study and learn about critical global issues from dynamic teachers, worship with thousands in one of the most diverse gatherings in North America, and connect with God's purposes at home and the ends of the earth.
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