Staff Team

The following staff work with the Boston area graduate groups:

Local Churches

Boston GSCF members attend many local churches. Some of them are:

- Park Street Church
- Cambridge Vineyard
- CCFC
- City Life Church
- Pentecostal Tabernacle
- Cambridgeport Baptist
- Christ the King Presbyterian
- Grace Street
- Highrock
- Hope Fellowship
- Leon de Judah
- Life Church
- Redeemer Community Church
- Ruggles Baptist Church
- BCEC

The Boston Graduate School Christian Fellowships are a diverse array of fellowships meeting on campuses throughout the Boston area. A few times a year, the groups come together for a joint retreat or celebration, but much of their activity takes place on the individual campuses.

As communities on campus, we seek to encourage one another to view our work, friendships and lives in the context of our relationship with Jesus. We meet together to pray, to support one another, to study the Bible, to reach out in service and missions projects, and to celebrate. The Boston Graduate School Christian Fellowships are sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship's Graduate & Faculty Ministries and Park Street Church.

Schools and Groups

At present, there are regular fellowship meetings at the following campuses:

Here's a full list of student contacts for each of these campuses. We also support students at a number of additional schools through our liaison with Park Street Church -- contact Tim Leary for more details.

If you're interested in joining with a fellowship group on your campus, and you don't attend one of the schools listed above, please contact Tim Leary for more information.

We're delighted to support a growing community of international graduate scholars and faculty. If you're interested in finding out about this, please contact Tim Leary.


All-School Events

Internationals & Friends Thanksgiving Retreat in New Hampshire
Wednesday-Friday, Nov 25-27
Toah Nipi

Join international students and friends for two restful nights during the Thanksgiving Holiday. Celebrate the traditions of the season - including turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Read and discuss the Thanksgiving Proclamation by President Abraham Lincoln. Relax with a book by the fireplace. Enjoy the company of new friends in a beautiful setting in rural New Hampshire. Take time to reflect on the goodness of God.
Information and registration online


Society for the Two Tasks
Soul & Mind
Saturdays, 11 am
Phillips Brooks House, Bettens Room
Harvard Yard

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.
Here's a map

URBANA 15
InterVarsity's 24th Student
Mission Conference
December 27-31, 2015
St. Louis
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.
Click to find out more or register


Resources

- Top Ten Tips for being a grad student.
- Spiritual suggestions for Ph.D students.

- Free Furniture (FreeCycle)
- Housing help

Opportunities:

 

 

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Last updated: 30 October 2015