A contemplative Taizé-styled prayer service for Harvard students and the community. Based on the worship of the ecumenical Christian monastic community in Taizé, France, this service consists of chants, music, candlelight and meditation.
Speaker: David Kyuman Kim, Professor of Religious Studies and American Studies, Connecticut College
The Faith & Life Forum explores matters of faith and public life. This term, we will continue to explore the theme of "Redefining Success: Living a Life of Sacrifice and Service” through readings, discussion, interviews, and lectures.
Black Student Ministries is a newly created student organization under the umbrella of the Memorial Church of Harvard University. This organization provides a multi-denominational worship experience drawing deeply from the richness and diversity of Black Church traditions. Our Spirit-led worship services and passionate faith community seeks to provide a space of grace, acceptance, restoration, and inspiration for all Black students at Harvard. Our space is one that unequivocally and unashamedly affirms that all Black Lives Matter.