Campus Events

Included in these are lectures, presentations, courses and other learning events that take place on the Andover Newton campus. They are led by faculty and invited speakers.

Upcoming Events

Beehive Collective Community building, collaborative design, and advocacy

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Andover Newton is pleased to welcome the artists and activists of the Beehive Collective to the hill on Tuesday, Nov.  11, at 6: 30 p.m.  The Bees will be presenting their work on community building, collaborative design, and advocacy in Wilson Chapel. This event will be an opportunity for students, clergy, and community members to think intentionally about how collaborative art might empower people to greater service and advocacy in the local community. The event is free and made possible by the Calvin Vital Worship Grant.

(Click here to learn more about the Beehive Collective and the Calvin Vital Worship Grant.)

Participants are eligible to earn Sabbath Hour credit.

Location: Wilson Chapel


RegisterCIRCLE Presents an Evening with Eboo Patel

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Eboo Patel, well-known author and founder of the Interfaith Youth Core, will discuss the importance of interreligious engagement in today’s global context. Also featured will be a preview of CIRCLE House, an interfaith center on the Andover Newton campus.

Patel’s lecture will be held from 7:30-9 p.m., followed by a book signing and optional tour of CIRCLE House. The event is free, but preregistration is required (coming soon).

This event qualifies for one Sabbath Hour credit.

Location: Wilson Chapel

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