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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

ANTS Student E-News - Tusday, April 4, 2006

NEW
- BREAD FOR THE WORLD - Thursday, April 6
- BTI Newsletter Available - April 4, 2006
- Worship, Theology and the Arts Celebration/Reception - April 25,
2006
- Student-Led Worship TONIGHT

REVIEW
- Student Association Elections - Call for Candidates
- Stations of the Cross Labyrinth Walk - April 3-7, 2006
- BTI Prison Ministry Spring Gathering - Wednesday, April 5, 2006
- Community Worship - Wednesdays - Koinonia Preaching Festival
- Lecture: Dr. Karen Lebacqz - "Justice in Times of Disaster" -
Wednesday, April 5

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BREAD FOR THE WORLD - Thursday, April 6
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Thursday, April 6
12:00-1:30

Come meet Derrick Boykin, regional coordinator for Bread for the World,
who will be visiting ANTS on Thursday, April 6. Join us in the
cafeteria from 12:00-1:30 for an informal discussion on Bread's work to
seek justice for the world's hungry people and how you can get involved.
For more information, contact Jena Roy at jroy@ants.edu.

Bread will be holding a half-day workshop at the First Congregational
Church, UCC in Winchester, MA on Saturday, April 22. All are welcome.
Pick up registration materials on Thursday or contact Jena.

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BTI Newsletter Available - April 4, 2006
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The April 04, 2006 issues of the BTI Newsletter and back issues are
available on-line at
http://www.bostontheological.org/publications/weekly_newsletter.htm

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Worship, Theology and the Arts Celebration/Reception - April 25, 2006
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Tuesday, April 25
5-6 p.m. in the Meetinghouse

The Community is invited to the Worship, Theology and the Arts
recognition of graduates (MATA and WOTA renewal area) and The ANTS
Community Art Show reception on Tuesday April 25, 5-6pm in the
Meetinghouse. Light refreshments will be served. Contact Judy Medeiros
with questions (jmedeiros@ants.edu or 617-964-1100, ext. 228)

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Student-Led Worship TONIGHT
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"From the Ashes"

a service led by Lisa Kemper

ALL WELCOME

9:15pm in the Meetinghouse
TONIGHT (Tuesday, April 4, 2006)

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Student Association Elections - Call for Candidates
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Your Student Association will be holding elections for the 2006-2007
academic year from April 24th-27th. We are in need of candidates to
fill the positions. The following positions will be elected:

Executive Officers:
-President
-Vice President
-Treasurer
-Secretary

Elected Representatives:
-Representative to the ANTS Board of Trustees
-Student Life Chairperson

Think you might be interested in running? Check out the elections
procedures and position descriptions:
http://ants.edu/community/groups/ElectionsProcedures2006.pdf

Letters of intent to run should be emailed to the SA Vice-President,
April Spencer, at aspencer@ants.edu. These letters should include a
brief paragraph about your involvement on campus and your goals should
you be elected.

Letters of intent to run are due Friday, April 7th.
Any questions? Email April Spencer (aspencer@ants.edu)

April Spencer
SA Vice-President and Chair of the Elections

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Stations of the Cross Labyrinth Walk - April 3-7, 2006
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Come walk the Labyrinth and meditate with the terra cotta Stations of
the Cross which are part of the Taylor Art Collection. Upper Noyes,
Monday April 3 through Thursday April 6, 8am-10pm, Friday, April 7,
8am-4pm. Contact Judy Medeiros with questions.

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BTI Prison Ministry Spring Gathering - Wednesday, April 5, 2006
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April 5, 2006
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Peck Room

All students, faculty and staff who are involved in a prison ministry
or are interested in finding out how to become involved are invited to
attend. Come for sharing, support, and to learn about a particular
program of prison ministry called Prison Fellowship with Rev. Renee
Jackson.

Contact: Beth Richeson, BTI Community Restorative Ministry
E-mail: bricheson@ants.edu

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Community Worship - Wednesdays - Koinonia Preaching Festival
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1:00 p.m. in the Chapel
Koinonia Preaching Festival

During Community Worship on April 5, we will celebrate the gift of
preaching through the Koinonia Preaching Festival. Beth Hoffman and
Marraine Kettell will preach.

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Lecture: Dr. Karen Lebacqz - "Justice in Times of Disaster" -
Wednesday, April 5
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Wednesday, April 5, 2006
5:00 p.m.
Stoddard Hall

The Jonathan Edwards lecture will be given Wednesday, April 5, in
Stoddard Hall at 5 p.m. The lecture, entitled "Justice in Times of
Disaster", will be delivered by the Rev. Dr. Karen Lebacqz, Robert
Gordon Sproul Professor of Theological Ethics, Emerita, at Pacific
School of Religion, and currently Bioethicist in Residence and Visiting
Professor of Religious Ethics at Yale University.

Dr. Lebacqz is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, and
has served on the faculty of the Graduate Theological Union for more
than thirty years. The author of more than eight books and numerous
articles, her interests encompass bioethics, professional ethics,
feminist theory, and theories of justice. Her permanent home is on the
north coast of California, where she does a lot of photography, and also
serves as a chaplain and on the Ethics Committee of Mendocino Coast
District Hospital.

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