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Weekly Events in the BTI Schools
Hebrew College: Oh, God
APRIL 1, 2014 (7PM)
Location: Berenson Hall, Hebrew College
Admission: Free
Israeli Stage presents this witty, poignant and touching play about a psychotherapist named Ella (Maureen Keiller), single mother of an autistic child, who gets a visit from a new, desperate patient, God (Will Lyman). Written by Anat Gov. Directed and produced by Guy Ben-Aharon.
Hebrew College: Wrestling With Gender and Commandment: A Conversation With Haviva Ner-David, Tova Mirvis and Anita Diamant
SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 (7:30PM)
Location: 1838 Washington St., Newton, MA 02466
Rabbi Haviva Ner-David discusses her latest book, "Chanah’s Voice: A Rabbi Wrestles with Gender, Commandment and the Women’s Rituals of Baking, Bathing and Brightening" (Ben Yehuda Press, 2013). Joining her will be Tova Mirvis, author of "Visible City," "The Outside World" and "The Ladies Auxiliary," and Anita Diamant, Mayyim Hayyim’s founding president and author of "The Red Tent," "Good Harbor" and the forthcoming "The Boston Girl." Together, the authors will discuss their literary treatments of themes related to women and Judaism. Event is co-sponsored by Hebrew College. Admission: $10 suggested donation Register for Event.
Harvard Divinity School: Morning Prayers in Appleton Chapel
SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 (8:45-9AM)
Location: Appleton Chapel
Harvard President Drew Faust is the speaker during Morning Prayers in Appleton Chapel.
Harvard Divinty School: Sitting Meditation
SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 (12-12:30PM)
Location: Andover Chapel, 45 Francis Ave.
All are welcome! For newcomers, guidance is available.
Harvard Divinity School: Morning Prayers in Appleton Chapel
SEPTEMBER 3, 2014 (8:45-9AM)
Location: Appleton Chapel
Jonathan L. Walton, Plummer Professor of Christian Morals, Pusey Minister in the Memorial Church, and HDS Professor of Religion and Society, is the speaker during Morning Prayers in Appleton Chapel.
Harvard Divinity School: Noon Service: Hosted by HUUMS
SEPTEMBER 3, 2014 (12:10-1PM)
Location: Andover Chapel, 45 Francis Ave.
Hosted by a different group each week, the HDS Noon Service is an opportunity for all in the HDS community to pray or meditate with our companions across the boundaries of our many respective traditions.
Andover Newton Theological School: Symposium for Religious Educators: Recognizing & Talking About Teen Relationship Violence
Location: 210 Herrick Road, Newton Centre
It is estimated that 1 out of 3 people in a congregation will have some experience with domestic violence. There *are* youth in your community who have been victims or have witnessed relationship violence. How can you talk about this in your community? Join Dr. Nancy Nienhuis, Professor of Theology and Social Justice on the evening of 9/4. Free event. Sabbath Hour credit available. Sponsored by the Master of Arts in Religious Education admissions counselor.
Boston College School of Theology and Ministry: Facing the Invisible: The Role of the Marginalized in Ecclesial Reform
SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 (5:30PM)
Location: Gasson Hall, Room 100
Presenter: Natalia Imperatori-Lee, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Manhattan College. Respondent: Thomas F. O'Meara, OP, Warren Professor of Theology Emeritus, University of Notre Dame.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary: 2014 National Preaching Conference "Faithful to the Call"
Location: Hamilton, MA
Join us September 4-5, 2014, for "Faithful to the Call." Pastors, students, ministry spouses and others who have accepted the call to be preachers to this generation will gather together for worship, training and inspired preaching. Conference participants will be equipped with tools and a renewed passion to carry out their calling through an impressive array of accomplished preachers and teachers. The biennial preaching conference, sponsored by the Haddon W. Robinson Center for Preaching at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, exists to promote preaching excellence by modeling biblical preaching, and by equipping preachers with practical skills for proclaiming the Word of God. (more...)
Harvard Divinity School: Thursday Morning Ecumenical Eucharist: Matthew L. Potts preaching
SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 (9-9:30AM)
Location: Andover Chapel, 45 Francis Ave.
Preceded by silent prayer at 8:45 am. All are welcome. Matthew L. Potts, Assistant Professor of Ministry Studies, preaching and presiding.








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