Schools and Calendars
includes fellowships at most of Harvard's graduate schools. Here's a full listing of fellowships and contact
people. If you prefer, you can go direct to each fellowship's website:
Most of these fellowships have their own regular meetings and other activities -- follow the links above for details or check out the scrolling agenda below or the Common Calendar.
Check out our Common Calendar for the latest information on activities at each of the graduate schools.
Friday Worship Night!
Worship and Prayer
Friday, March 6, 8 pm
Phillips Brooks House, Parlor
Each month we gather for an evening of informal worship, singing, prayer and community. It is a great way to connect with students and faculty from other campuses around the University. Join us as we pray for our classmates and University. Everyone is welcome. Worship begins at 8 pm.
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Society for the Two Tasks
Soul & Mind
Saturdays, 11 am
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.
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New Orleans Urban Plunge
Spring Break 2015
SERVE - BUILD - BE TRANSFORMED
On August 29, 2005, the levees failed and most of the city of New Orleans was flooded. Over 1,500 people died and 100,000+ homes were destroyed - families, businesses, schools, congregations, lives were swept away. The disaster 9 years ago focused the eyes of the world on the profound and persistent problems faced by the poor in New Orleans.
This March we will be heading down to New Orleans again (our 7th time) to join other volunteers doing outreach, construction and work with youth. Besides just having a blast, if you give your spring break to help the people of New Orleans, you can help a community to rebuild, learn about the complex issues facing their recovery, and explore how to pursue justice and service in your own life. This week could change your life!
Dates: March 14-21
Registration Deadline: February 13
Cost: $350 plus plane fare
Details & Registration: Click Here
Saturday, Jan 31, 3 pm, Phillips Brooks House, Harvard Yard
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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