We are an open-minded, progressive Christian community.

During the academic year, we gather for worship every Wednesday at 5:15pm  in the MIT chapel, followed by a home-cooked meal at 6:30 pm in W11 (the Religious Activities Center, next door to the chapel).

Song + Stillness, our contemplative prayer service in the Taizé tradition, gathers Sunday nights at 8pm in chapel. Contact Susan Butterworth (prof.butterworth at comcast.net) for more information.

We are Christian. We strive to follow Jesus in his way of love and justice. Our weekly worship is rooted in the Episcopal and Lutheran (ELCA) traditions, and includes prayer, hymns, discussion of readings from the Bible, and Holy Communion. Some of our members are Lutheran or Episcopalian; some of our members come from other Christian traditions or are exploring Christianity for the first time.

We are progressive. We have a living faith that is open to new ideas. We invite questions and respect scientific inquiry. We want to learn from the experiences of our fellow human beings, including all genders, sexual identities, races and cultures. Jesus calls us to seek life, liberation and love for all.
All are welcome. Come join us!