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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

ANTS Student E-News - Tuesday, January 17, 2006

In this message
- Student-Led Worship - TONIGHT
- Security Alert
- LOST!
- BTI Newsletter Available Online - January 17
- Spring Courses Closed
- Men's Fellowship - January 30
- Sacred Circle Dance - January 30
- Reiki Training - January 27-28, 2006
- Meeting with Search Committees: Discerning a Match - Fec. 2, 2006
- Information for Canadian Students in the United States about Canada's
Election, January 23rd

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Student-Led Worship - TONIGHT
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An informal worship will be held tonight at 8:00 p.m. in Sturtevant.
Amanda Ladegard and Jason Bachand will facilitate singing, prayer, and
open discussion. All are welcome!

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Security Alert
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Over the weekend a man approached a group in the Meeting House and
demanded $20 from them. He said he would not leave until they gave him
the money. The group finally gave him the $20 and he left.
Unfortunately the group did not call the police. We are encouraging
them to do that now, in case this man has done similar things in the
area. I wanted you all to be aware of this incident. Remember, if you
ever feel threatened by anyone on the campus please call 911 so that the
Newton Police Department can respond immediately. We want you to be
safe.

Nancy Nienhuis
Dean of Students and Community Life

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LOST!
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LOST! I'm looking for a silver Lexar jumpdrive that I left in the
computer lab last week. If you've seen it please let me know at
dromberger@ants.edu or 717-471-3937. THANKS!

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BTI Newsletter Available Online - January 17
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The January 17, 2006 issue of the BTI Newsletter and back issues are
available on-line at
http://www.bostontheological.org/publications/weekly_newsletter.htm

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Spring Courses Closed
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The following Spring 2006 courses are closed:

CMPR 625 Holistic Preaching

PSYF/TMPL 722/822 Care of the Poor

CMPR/WOTA 630 Jazz of Preaching

ETHI780/880 With Head and Heart: The Life and Writings of Howard
Thurman

CONG 734 Congregational Life

INTE 601/801 Justice Matters

HIST 508 Foundations in the History

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Men's Fellowship - January 30
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Starting January 30 - end of Spring Semester
Mondays 1pm
Berkeley Room

The Men's Fellowship celebrates a weekly meeting for the men of the
ANTS community to discuss the social, religious and pressing issues of a
given day or week.

Our Meetings are open to all Men who live, work and/or study at Andover
Newton Theological School

Our Events are welcome to ALL who are part of the community of ANTS

Contact: Carl Borden
Email: CBorden@ants.edu

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Sacred Circle Dance - January 30
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7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
In the Meetinghouse

Fun and easy circle dances from around the world. No partners
necessary. Patiently and cheerfully taught. All are invited to
participate.

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Reiki Training - January 27-28, 2006
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Sometimes we need to minister in other ways then words.

Reiki teaches us the divine power that is touch

If you are looking to express your ministry in a different way, come to
our Reiki I training, January 27-28, 2006. For a registration form,
contact Darrick Jackson at djackson@ants.edu, 617-964-1100x289, or stop
by the admissions office in Dabney Hall. The training is $150 and there
are scholarships available.

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Meeting with Search Committees: Discerning a Match - Fec. 2, 2006
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February 2, 2006 (Feb 21, 2006 snow date)
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

-Spiritual Discernment and the Search Process

-Casing a Church

-Interviewing Skills: How to Answer and What to Ask

Leaders: Area Ministers of the Massachusetts Conference, UCC

More information and registration info:
http://www.ants.edu/community/events/2005/111705macucc.htm

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Information for Canadian Students in the United States about Canada's
Election, January 23rd
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Dear Canadian Students in the United States,

As you probably know, Canadians will vote in the 39th general election
on January 23, 2006. I hope you will participate in the electoral
process and cast your vote. In this election, as is in all elections,
your vote counts!

For information on the Canadian election and information on how you can
watch the election coverage on January 23rd, I invite you to visit
www.Connect2Canada.com.

Canadians in several cities across the United States are getting
together to watch election returns come in on January 23. If you will
be in or near Washington D.C., Atlanta, Los Angeles, Philadelphia,
Raleigh-Durham or San Francisco, visit www.Connect2Canada.com to see
further event details or RSVP for one of these events.

The Canadian-owned Elephant & Castle restaurant and pub will be showing
election results on their screens that night. The Elephant & Castle has
locations across the US, including locations in Chicago, Boston, Cherry
Hill (NJ), San Diego, Seattle, as well as locations just outside
Pittsburgh and Harrisburg (PA). For a full list visit the Elephant &
Castle site (http://www.elephantcastle.com/locations.html).

If you can't be near any of these locations, C-SPAN has confirmed to
us that they will be broadcasting results beginning at 9:30 pm EST on
either C-Span 1 or 2. Connect2Canada.com has links to election
coverage delivered by the major media, if you want to watch the election
on the web. If you are organizing an election night event and would
like us to highlight it on our website for other Canadians, let us know
at Connect2Canada@CanadianEmbassy.org

In the longer term, we hope you will find Connect2Canada.com a useful
resource. I encourage you to visit the site, sign up for information
alerts, and become part of the network of Canadians living in the U.S.

Best wishes with your studies in 2006!

Frank McKenna
Ambassador of Canada to the United States

Connect2Canada, an initiative of the Canadian Embassy in Washington,
DC, is a virtual network of people who share a Canadian bond. It's a way
to exchange news and ideas and find out what is happening in the U.S.
related to Canada.

To learn more, visit: http://www.connect2canada.com/survey/

ANTS E-news
Karen Brockney
617-964-1100 ext. 225
kbrockney@ants.edu