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Amesbury.  The Amesbury Steiner Study Group meets Wednesdays 9:45 – 11 am .  Currently studying  Rudolf Steiner’s According to Matthew: The Gospel of Christ’s Humanity. If you would like to visit or join us, please do! Contact Pam Fenner 978-388-1450 (home), 978-609-0025 (cell),

Ipswich.  The Cape Ann Study Group We will meet every other Monday in the Meeting Hall of the House of Peace, 1 High St., Ipswich MA from 7:30-9:00 pm. The first gathering will be on  October 5, 2020 and all are welcome. This year we will work with various lectures of Rudolf Steiner, rather than an entire book. For further information please contact facilitators John and Carrie Schuchardt at (978-356-9395).

Newton. The Rudolf Steiner Group of Waban meets at the home of the Ingham’s, 14 Lorraine Circle, Waban, the first and third Thursday of each month beginning Sept. 17th, 2020.  The group will be starting a new study.  Suggestions are welcome.  The evening starts at 7:00 pm with a social time followed by reading and discussion. For more information, please call Joanna or Kenneth Ingham at 617-969-0388.

The First Class of the School of Spiritual Science

Only for members of the First Class (All member of ASinGB are invited to consider joining.)  Held monthly on most 2nd Saturdays, September – May.  A conversation begins at 9 am. The lesson starts at 9:45 am generally. Details sent directly to 1st Class Members.   For information concerning membership in the First Class, please contact Vanya Yoors (
Contact Vanya about Class lessons in Ipswich, MA.



All are welcome to join us in reading Rudolf Steiner’s “How to Know Higher Worlds”. Begins January 26th (Second and Fourth Wednesdays 7-8pm ETIf interested, please contact Jennifer Goodman or Andrew Linnell

MysTech STUDY GROUPS (The Mysteries of Technology)

MysTech Study Groups with Andrew Linnell and others. Intensive introduction to Steiner’s works regarding technology and human evolution.  Eight different groups meet online. Check MysTech Study Courses – for schedules and to register. Free classes start the week of September 4th.  Direct questions to

Anthroposophical and Christology Study Groups via Zoom:

International study groups fostering understanding and inner development;  facilitated by  Diane McGary

  • Fall of the Spirits of Darkness GA 177: 3rd Tuesday Morning 7:30 – 9 am Eastern time
  • Karmic Relationships: 4th Saturday 8 – 10 am Mountain time; reading chronologically
  • Astrosophy: 2nd Sunday of the month 2 – 4 pm Eastern time starting February 14, 2021.
Friday Evenings at the Front Range Anthroposophical Café

Our mission at Front Range Anthroposophical Café (FRAC) is to provide an online venue for meaningful and inspired conversation in the light of anthroposophy. Front Range Anthroposophical Cafe emerged from an impulse for greater connection and conversation within the anthroposophical community during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic. See the website to sign up for announcements and to get a link to the Friday evening online meeting, or to view recordings of past speakers.  The Café is in the Mountain Time Zone.

The Riddles of Philosophy GA 018

This group meets online Fridays 7:15 – 8:30 pm. Email Barbara Martin,, for information and Zoom link.


Eurythmy Classes:  Kathe Johnson, curative Eurythmist from Rockport, MA, will continue her weekly sessions at the House of Peace. Contact Kathe at 315-406-6247

Eurythmy online!

Some of us have enjoyed the various online classes – perhaps you will too!
Eurythmy Exercises with Brigida Baldszun –


Note that some times above are Eastern Time Zone, and some are Mountain Time Zone.