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Friday, September 29, 2006

ANTS Student E-News - Friday, September 29, 2006 - EVENTS BOARD

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New Jobs on the Web Site
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Visit the Jobs Board on the ANTS web site at:
http://www.ants.edu/blogs/jobs/index.html

Several new job opportunities were posted this week.

There is a link to the Jobs Board from the ANTS Home page under Student Quick Links in the right column.

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School of America Watch - Nov. 17-19
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The SOA Watch, seeking the closure of the School of the America, the end to oppressive US policy and the training of foreign military personnel in torture, deceit, political corruption, mass assassination and unlawful incarceration, will be held November 17-19, at Ft. Benning, GA.

For more information, please contact Evelyn Hanneman, Interim Coordinating Director, Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America, evelyn@bpfna.org
www.bpfna.org

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An Inconvenient Truth - October 1
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AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH at
Eliot Church of Newton, United Church of Christ

“An Inconvenient Truth” a documentary on global warming and what we can do about it, will be shown on Sunday, October 1, 2006 at 7:00 P.M. at the Eliot Church of Newton, UCC, 474 Centre Street, Newton Centre, MA 02458, in the sanctuary. A discussion will follow. A donation of $5.00 is suggested to defray the cost of the event. All are welcome.

Eliot Church of Newton is located at the corner of Centre and Church Streets in Newton Corner, 2 blocks south of exit 17 on the Massachusetts Turnpike. For directions log on to www.eliotchurch.org or call (617) 244-3639.The event is sponsored by Interfaith Power & Light, an interfaith ministry mobilizing a religious response to global warming.

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Lecture by John P. Meier - October 13
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Lecture by John P. Meier, Professor of New
Testament, University of Notre Dame, to mark the fiftieth anniversary of New Testament Abstracts, which is published by Weston Jesuit School of Theology under the editorship of Daniel J. Harrington, S.J., and Christopher Matthews. Meier is the author of A Marginal Jew: Rethinking the Historical Jesus.

Lecture: "Did the Historical Jesus Prohibit All Oaths?"

Date: Friday, October 13, 2006 at 2 p.m.

Location: Washburn Auditorium, lower level of Washburn Hall located on
the shared campus of Weston Jesuit School of Theology and Episcopal
Divinity School, 99 Brattle Street, Cambridge.

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New Church Start in Worcester, MA
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Outdoor Christian Church in Worcester, Mass is a new church start in the planning stages. What would church look like if we went to where the people are? Modeled after Ecclesia Cambridge and common cathedral in Boston, we are exploring how to reach people who live with mental illness, addictions, homelessness, poverty, disability, and anything else that pushes them to the edge of society.

If you can offer 8-10 hours a week, including Sunday afternoons, we’d love to have your help. No experience required, but CPE and comfort with Spanish are definite advantages. Contact Liz Magill at liz@significant.com or 508-450-0431 if you are interested, or just want to know more.

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Katrina Conference for Lay Leaders and Seminarians - Feb 5-8, 2007
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The 2007 Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference "In the Wake of Katrina: Lest we Forget...Call to Renewal," will be held Feb. 5-8 at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel. If you would like more information please email info@sdpconference.info, visit the conference web site at www.sdpconference.info or pick up a brochure in the pocket of my office door, 104 Worcester Hall.

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Vital Aging: Making the Most of the Rest of Your Life
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Join Meg Newhouse, Life Coach and Consultant, for a series of interactive presentations about the challenges and opportunities of the Third Age, the post-midlife “bonus years.” The first workshop is an encore presentation introducing participants to the concept of the Third Age, transition into and within it, prerequisites for vital aging and a model for life planning. The second workshop, “Good Work,” will focus on work that answers the Third Age call for meaning, contribution and leaving a legacy. The third session, “Resilience in the Third Age,” will explore how to maximize health and fitness -- physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. All workshops provide opportunity for self-discovery, creating personal goals, and sharing ideas, concerns, hopes and dreams.
September 24, October 8 and 22. 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. in the Parlor at First Parish Church, 349 Boston Post Road, Weston. Fee: $30/workshop; $75 for all three workshops. To register email journeys@firstparishweston.org or call 781-893-7798.

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Karen Brockney and Jason Bachand
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