The Memorial Church is a unique and welcoming community in the center of Harvard Yard. From the Harvard University Choir to our student advisory board and fellowship events, our student deacon program to study breaks, we offer many opportunities for students to get involved, connect, and make life-long friendships. Our clergy are also available for ongoing pastoral care and support for all students, including grief support. For more information contact Student Program Coordinator Anna Burnham at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Cool off, Relax, Study, Cook, and Connect with friends in the lower level of the church. Opens Aug. 28! Hours: Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–11 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–9 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m.–9 p.m. The entrance to the Student Oasis is directly across from Canaday Hall.
Music in the Memorial Church is provided by the Harvard University Choir (UChoir), whose members are undergraduate and graduate students in the University. For over 180 years the Harvard University Choir has provided a unique opportunity for student singers to perform great choral literature at the highest level, both in concert and during the services of the Memorial Church.
Harvard students, take a study break for fellowship and snacks with the Rev. Matthew Potts, his family, their dog “Suki”, and MemChurch Staff at Sparks House, 21 Kirkland St., each Thursday afternoon during the academic term.
Whether you're brand new to the Bible or looking to experience it in a new way, this study is for you! Together, we'll engage with the Bible through different lenses (including queer, feminist, and liberation theologies) and ask, "How does this text speak to my life?" For both queer-identifying students and allies. All creeds and religions are welcome!
The Love United Black Fellowship (LUBF) is a ministry that seeking to curate a welcoming space for persons of color in the Harvard community. The fellowship will draw on the traditions and customs of Africa and the African Diaspora to foster theological conversations, engaging activities, spoken word and musical moments, opportunities of fellowship, and worship services that present a sense of “home” on the Harvard campus. Come and experience powerful music from the African tradition, a dynamic word, fellowship and food. All are welcome! For more information, please email Assistant Minister, the Rev. Calvon T. Jones at email@example.com
Student Deacons have the opportunity to explore leadership, spiritual development, and formation within a Christian community. Deacons often participate in the wider religious life of the University, and thus aim to foster cooperation across other student groups.