Please join us this Sunday, September 17 in the MIT Chapel at 8pm as we celebrate the beginning of a new year with prayer, silence, and contemplative singing in the Taizé tradition. We will be led by Raphaela Mueller, who is a great friend of Taizé at MIT and a student at Harvard Divinity School...
Come join us Wed. 8/30 as we kick off the school year with music, communion, and a home-cooked dinner. We're talking about a different symbol of Christian faith each week this fall; this week's theme is Light.
Friday, October 21 / 12-1:30pm in Building 4-231
Join us for great conversation with 4 diverse LGBTQ religious leaders about their experiences of living "out" in the world and within their faith communities. A kosher vegetarian lunch will be provided.
The Rev. Dr...
We are now hosting The Table every Wednesday. We'll still offer worship and dinner in the LEM tradition. Changing the name helps us communicate with new students who may not feel any connection to the words "Lutheran" or "Episcopal".
The new name also makes it easier to partner with like-...
Sunday, May 8 was our last service of Song + Stillness: Taize at MIT for the academic year. This contemplative time of chant, prayer and silence will return on Sunday nights in September.
Good Friday, March 25, 12:00 to 12:50 pm in the MIT chapel
Join us for a quiet remembrace of Christ's suffering and death through readings, prayers and hymns.
We will not hold services during the MIT winter break. The Lutheran Episcopal Ministry's weekly service will return on Wednesday, January 6 for the Feast of the Epiphany. Song + Stillness: Taize at MIT returns Sunday night, January 10. A blessed Christmas to you all!
Ecumenical Contemplative Evening Prayer
Sunday evenings at 8 beginning September 20, 2015 in the MIT Chapel
Catch your breath and calm your spirit at this simple evening prayer service. Using the music of the Taizé community in France, this 35-minute service includes short...
Give yourself an end-of-summer treat with Songs of Our Forebears, a concert of American sacred songs with The Polyphony Project on Wednesday, August 26 at 7:00 pm in the MIT Chapel.
Religious music has long shaped the soundscape of our country, from the singing schools...
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