Branch Meetings for Members and Friends
Our next branch meeting will be happening on Thursday, February 9th, via zoom 7-8 pm. Be on the lookout in your email for a zoom link, which will be sent to our email list.
Our Saturday meeting for January has been replaced by the upcoming workshop with Michael Howard.
Branch meetings are open to all, and generally occur on the first Tuesday and fourth Saturday, though there are exceptions, as noted above.
Study Groups provide a community-life-filled friendly environment for which to work together with others towards gaining insights from Spiritual Science. Boston is rich in institutions of higher learning. The presence of the many world-famous colleges and universities in and around Boston is both an opportunity and a challenge. People from all over the world come to study in our area and we must assume that many would be open to Anthroposophy and the study of Spiritual Science.
Though we are relatively rich in activities around Route 128, there is little in the way of Anthroposophically-sponsored events downtown. It would be helpful, for those looking for what Anthroposophy can offer, to establish and develop active study groups in the area.
Our challenge is to find ways in which to build a presence in the city of Boston and its immediate surroundings so that those open to Anthroposophical thought can be served. By doing so, easy-to-reach activities can exist that could attract students and others potentially interested in Anthroposophy.
The Anthroposophical Society in Greater Boston is prepared to help any of you who could come forward as group leaders or hosts in the initial stages of formation and study. Those interested in hosting gatherings or in joining a group can contact Cynde Reilly at firstname.lastname@example.org. By building a strong presence in Boston, we can meet the needs of those seeking a deeper understanding of spiritual science. Perhaps, one day, we may be able to found an active physical center in Boston that can host important public events.
For a list of on-going study groups, click HERE.