We have many activities for you to be involved in. Check out the tentative schedule for the upcoming weeks or get more details on our various activities below:
Fireside ForumsAt the Forum we come together to try and grasp and imagine the implications of Jesus Christ on our work as writers, artists, mathematicians, musicians, scientists, educators, historians, etc. We seek to shape our discussions to be accessible and inviting to those who do not come as Christians, while still being committed to wrestling with what difference it makes to discussion if Jesus is really who he says he is. The format emphasizes discussion, with invited presenters delivering content to spark a longer conversation with entire Forum community actively participating. Take a look at Fireside Forum discussions from past years. If you have ideas for good Fireside Forum topics, please contact Matthew.
Worship NightsThese evenings bring together fellowship from across all the Harvard graduate and professional schools for a time of worship through music, prayer, sharing, conversation, and more. They are held on the first Friday of every month from 8-9:30pm in the Parlor Room on the first floor of Phillips Brooks House.
Small GroupsVarious groups of students and scholars from our community meet weekly to explore together in a smaller setting who Jesus is and what implications that has for our lives - academic and in general. They will walk through a book of the Bible together, or read a challenging book by a Christian thinker, or something else. To be connected to one of these, please contact Leif.
ExcursionsLook out for trips to various places near and far where we build community away from campus. If you have ideas for a trip and/or would like to help plan one, please contact Tout.
RetreatsEach semester we have a weekend retreat at the Toah Nipi Center in New Hampshire. These weekends provide valuable times of rest, reflection, and fellowship away from campus. In addition to studying God's written word, we enjoy God's creation through activities of hiking, canoeing, and outdoor sports. Some of our most memorable fellowship experiences have occurred at these retreats.
Summer FellowshipDuring the summer months, June to August, we meet weekly at someone's home to have a time of communal worship through song, discussion, sharing, prayer, and more. Dinner is served at the start of each meeting. Summer Fellowship brings together scholars and friends from the different Harvard graduate schools and from various non-academic backgrounds. To receive weekly announcements please subscribe to our mailing list.
Top photograph of the Harvard boathouse along the Charles River by Hector Velazquez.