ORSEL Weekly Services

Regular gatherings sponsored by ORSEL affiliated chaplains

Contact chaplain Brian Aull, bfaull@mit.edu

Visit Prajnopaya for more info

Mass Sundays at 9:30am, 1pm and 5pm in the MIT Chapel

Weekday Masses Mondays at 7:30pm, Tuesdays at 12:05pm, Wednesdays at 7:30pm, Thursdays at 12:05pm, Fridays at 12:05pm

For more information, visit tcc.mit.edu

Baptist Campus Ministry Weekly Gathering - Refuge Bible Study & Dinner Wednesdays 5:30pm in W11-080. Join us for an inviting look into Scripture as it speaks to us and we grow closer to Christ and each other. Come on time for a little bite of dinner for a touch of home and a refuge away from MIT work for a short time together. Our Refuge Bible study & worship is geared for followers of Jesus looking for a place to serve, but welcomes anyone interested to learn more and join our community Contact Pastor Michael Dean for more info.

The Baptist Chaplaincy and Baptist Campus Ministry offers several events Sundays as we spread to local churches for worship or small groups in the evening. We have two small groups on Sunday evening and other groups throughout the week. . Email mdean@mit.edu to join worship in a nearby church, or to find our small groups or Bible classes. Also, go to bsf.mit.edu to find out more about BCM & BSF and our Free English classes on Tues/Thurs for international students & spouses. Sign up directly at bsf.mit.edu/english.

Cru Weekly Gathering - Cru is a non-denominational Christian student group. Come hang out with us every Tuesday night at 8pm. Most weeks we meet in the Mezzanine Lounge on the third floor of the student center. Each week we meet up for a time of worship, teaching and great discussion about life, God, and how to follow Jesus in our everyday life. Get more info about Cru, and the other things we offer at www.mitcru.com or email cswanson@mit.edu.

Cru Life Groups - Connect with a small group of students weekly to discuss the Bible, share life, and grow in faith together.  Our Life Groups meet at various days and times.  Sign up at www.mitcru.com or email cruservants@mit.edu.

Graduate Christian Fellowship meets via Zoom every Friday at 7:30 pm; email mit-gcf-info@mit.edu for Zoom address and password.

Graduate Christian Fellowship — Virtual small groups meet at 5 different times during the week; email mit-gcf-info@mit.edu for info.

The Table, a progressive Christian community, invites you to join us for worship and dinner. We meet most Wednesdays at 5:15pm Eastern time in the MIT Chapel for worship with Holy Communion. After worship we share dinner provided by the chaplains at 6:30pm in the main dining room (usually!) of building W11. All are welcome at either or both of worship and dinner.Contact Lutheran Chaplain Andrew Heisen (heisen@mit.edu) for more information, or see our website at le-ministry.mit.edu.

Church at the Chapel Protestant Sunday worship. While the MIT Chapel remains closed, we will be gathering for an interactive time of worship and fellowship each Sunday at 12 noon. Join on Zoom

MIT Origins Club—Finding Strength in Times of Crisis: In Chinese, the word crisis is composed of two characters which signify danger and opportunity. While many lament, the wise seize the opportunity of crisis to grow and care. Join us to explore practical Vedic wisdom and meditation practices that would help one cope not only with the crisis but also help one grow in everyday life. Wednesdays, 5 pm via Zoom: https://mit.zoom.us/my/sadanandadasa

Hindu Students Council (HSC) Discussion Group: Fridays at 6pm — A study of Swami Vivekananda’s Lectures. Join Zoom meeting. For details, please contact Srinivasan (Srini) at srirag@mit.edu.

Staying Human: this fall MIT humanist chaplain Greg Epstein will be leading discussions on how nonreligious and religiously unaffiliated people can stay human and cultivate faith in each other, and in our common humanity, in the face of distance, grief, anxiety, and injustice. Listen to the 1-hour podcast  special here; sign up for an initial MIT discussion with Greg here; and for updates on further programs sign up here.

For one-one chaplaincy meetings, contact chaplain Greg Epstein, gepstein@mit.edu

CONNECT: Fridays at 5:30pm — An in-person gathering where we reflect as a community on spirituality and connections with God, others and self. Join when you can in the Muslim Prayer Room at W11. Home cooked food is served. Contact Muslim Chaplain Nada El-Alami at mchnada@mit.edu for more information.

Saturday Qur’an Reflections: Wednesdays at 9pm— A virtual gathering to read, understand, and reflect on verses from the Qur’an. The sessions will cover the entirety of the Qur’an over the duration of 4 years. Join Zoom meeting at https://mit.zoom.us/j/97474639011; Contact Muslim Chaplain Nada El-Alami at mchnada@mit.edu for more information.

ZEKR Biweekly Dua Kumayl on Thursdays at 7:30pm

​ZEKR Biweekly Quran Study on Fridays at 7:30pm

Contact chaplain Hossein Mosallaei, hosseinm@mit.edu for more info or to be added to the mailing list.

Contact chaplain Daryush Mehta, dmehta@mit.edu

Mindful Mondays: Mondays at 4:30 pm — a 10-minute guided meditation for physical, cognitive, and emotional well-being. http://bit.do/mindfulmondays

Spirited Conversations: Monday Night Spirited gatherings - find out what's happening this week at http://psc.mit.edu/spirited-community