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ORDINATION TO DAILY WORK
A Service of Prayer and Sending
Saturday, Apr 16, 7:30 pm
Appleton Chapel, Memorial Church, Harvard Yard
This Saturday we will celebrate our oldest HGSCF tradition - The Ordination to Daily Work - a worship and commissioning service for our graduating members. For 39 years, we have met at the end of each year to pray for our graduating friends and celebrate God's calling in our lives - calling us together, to Himself and sending us into our work. Joining us as preacher this year is Bishop Brian Greene, Pentecostal Tabernacle. All of us, including family, friends, professors and pastors are invited. Worship begins at 7:30 pm.
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BLACK LIVES MATTER:
A CHRISTIAN PERSPECTIVE
2016 Black Scholars and Professionals Spring Conference
Friday & Saturday, April 15-16
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We will explore with graduate students, professional students, alumni and faculty issues that impact the quality of life for Black people in the U.S. and the importance of affirming the lives of Black people. We hope to provide information and tools to graduate students,professional students, alumni and faculty, from a Christian perspective, about #BlackLivesMatter.
Seminar topics include:
- Do Black Families’ Lives Matter?
- Do Black Men’s Lives Matter?
- Do Black Women’s Lives Matter?
- Black Lives Matter and the Arts
- Be Angry and Sin Not – On Community
- Self-care – Does Your Life Matter?
Two more things:
1. Students of all ethnicities are warmly invited to attend
2. Partial scholarships are available to allow everyone participate
Questions: Jonathan Fields
SOCIETY OF THE TWO TASKS
Soul & Mind
Saturdays, 11 am
Phillips Brooks House,
Third Floor, Bettens Room
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.
DAILY PRAYER @ HARVARD
Mon-Fri, 8 am, Pusey Room
Memorial Church, Harvard Yard
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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.