Arche: A Witnessing Community of Hope
What does it look like to follow Jesus in graduate school? One thing is for sure - it is best done in community! Arche is the Greek word for "beginning." As we begin a new school year, we invite you to consider connecting with a community of graduate students seeking to bear witness to the kingdom of God in the university context. At this one-day fall retreat we'll unpack what it might look like to be a "witnessing community of hope" - looking together for ways that Jesus is still very much at work today and remaining hopeful that he is in the process of making all things new.
We are excited to host this in-person event for grad students in the NYC area. Please select your preferred location when you register and enjoy this time of fellowship with your community.
We look forward to hearing from Nick Nowalk who will teach on Acts 1. Click here to learn more about Nick.
Because this retreat is being held in multiple locations and at different start times, the timing of the schedule will vary. Please register where you'd like to attend and mark your calendar with the correct date, times, and location. Thank you!
Columbia University on Sat 9/24 from 12pm-7:30pm will meet at Earl Hall (Broadway & 117th St)
New York University on Sat 9/24 from 10am-5:30pm will meet at Neighborhood Church (269 Bleecker)
Stony Brook University on Sat 10/22 from 11am-4:30pm and the location is To Be Announced
Please contact your staff minister if cost is an obstacle for you.
We will do internal transfers for staff/volunteer attendance.
Sat 9/24 12pm-7:30pmEarl Hall (Broadway & 117th St)
New York University
Sat 9/24 10am-5:30pmNeighborhood Church (269 Bleecker)
Stony Brook University
Sat 10/22 11am-4:30pmTBD
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