Southborough L'Abri

Lecture Schedule


 


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Lecture Schedule Winter 2017

All lectures begin at 8:00 pm
Join us for tea and treats starting at 7:45pm
L'Abri Fellowship
49 Lynbrook Road, Southborough, MA 01772


Jan 13   Knowing God and the Ordering of Our Fears
Ben Keyes

Jan 20    Salt, Light, and the Transformation of Society
Dick Keyes

Jan 27   Giving Grief a Shape: The Book of Lamentations and the Christian Life
Joshua Chestnut

Jan 29   Special Event: An Evening with L’Abri on the North Shore

*This is a Sunday event and is not in Southborough.
Hosted by Steve and Betsy Crowe at 2 Butman St, Beverly, MA 01915
Event will be from 6-9 PM and will include a brief presentation about life at L’Abri in Southborough.
There will be refreshments and plenty of time to mingle and ask questions. Please RSVP at southborough@labri.org

Feb 3   Finding Sabbath Rest in a World that Never Stops
Mary Frances Giles
 
Feb 10   Befriended by God to Befriend One Another
Sarah Chestnut
 
Feb 17   What Does it Mean to be Made in God’s Image?
(Given in conjunction with our Winter Seminar, see below)
Ben Keyes
 
Feb 18   Winter Seminar – Who Does God Say We Are? The Contemporary Importance of the Image of God
(*This is a Saturday, see below for full schedule)
 
Feb 24   An Evening of Scottish Fiddle Music
Hanneke Cassel
 
March 3  The Great Divorce: Ten Reasons for Refusing Heaven
Linny Dey (Co-Founder and Academic Dean, the Imago School)
 
March 10   Fate, Luck, and Providence
Dick Keyes
 
March 17   From the Gospel to the Gospels - Part One: What is a Gospel and How Did We Get Them?
Joshua Chestnut
 
 


Winter Seminar
Who Does God Say We Are? The Contemporary Importance of the Image of God 
February 17-18, 2017

 

Friday February 17             
8:00pm Lecture 1: What Does it Mean to be Made in God’s Image?                              
Ben Keyes
 
Saturday, February 18
9:30am Welcome
9:35 Lecture 2: What if we do away with the Image of God?
Dick Keyes
10:45 Tea Break
11:15 Discussion
12:15 Lunch (provided at L’Abri)

The Image of God Expressed
1:15 Classical Piano Performance               
Danny Lawson
2:00 Presentation                 
Adam Combs, Waypoint Adventure  
2:45 Tea break
3:15 Discussion
4:15 Close


*If you would like to join us for the day on Saturday, please email us your reservation NO LATER THAN Thursday, February 16Th to southborough@labri.org. The seminar is free, although there is a suggested donation of $5.00 to offset the cost of lunch on Saturday.

*The Saturday portion of this seminar is being given in conjunction with our lecture on Friday evening, February 17. Attendance both days is not required.

*Limited overnight accommodations may be available at L'Abri on the evening of Friday, February 17Th. Spaces will be released starting on February 1st. Please email southborough@labri.org if you would like to add your name to the waiting list for overnight accommodations, and you will be notified if/when space becomes available.


 

Fall 2016 Lecture Schedule


Sept 23    Staying At the Table: the Humanness of Spirituality
Mary Frances Giles
Sept 30    Songwriters Who Won’t Leave God Alone
Ben Keyes
Oct 7    Original Tolerance: Accepting People Who Are Different (*Given in conjunction with our Fall seminar; see below for full schedule) 
Dick Keyes

*Oct 8    Fall Seminar - Tolerance: An Idea in Transition
(*This is a Saturday - see below for full schedule)

 
Oct 14    Praying With Your Whole Person: Reflections on What it Means to Fast
Joshua Chestnut
 
Oct 21    Special Lecture and Concert: Musical Devotion During the Counter Reformation
Rachel Kurihara and friends
 
Oct 28    Is the Old Testament God of Smiting the Same as the New Testament God of Love?
Dr. Walter Kim (Associate Minister, Park Street Church, Boston)  
 
Nov 4    “Your Young Will See Visions and Your Elders Will Dream Dreams”: A Biblical Case for Age Integration
Mardi Keyes
 
Nov 11    Remembering Rightly: Memory and Memorial in the 21st Century
Marta Crilly (Historian and Archivist, City of Boston)

 


* Fall Seminar - Tolerance: An Idea in Transition
October 7-8, 2016

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Friday, October 7
8:00 pm: Lecture 1: Original Tolerance: Accepting People Who Are Different (Dick Keyes)

Saturday, October 8
9:30 am: Welcome
9:35: Lecture 2:  New Tolerance: When Tolerance is the Only Certain Truth (Dick Keyes)
10:45: Tea Break
11:15: Discussion
12:15: Lunch (provided at L’Abri)
1:30: Lecture 3: How Should Christians be Tolerant Today? (Dick Keyes)
2:45: Tea Break
3:15: Discussion
4:30: Close
 

*If you would like to join us for the day on Saturday, please email us your reservation NO LATER THAN Thursday, October 6 to southborough@labri.org. The seminar is free, although there is a suggested donation of $5.00 to offset the cost of lunch on Saturday.

*The Saturday portion of this seminar is being given in conjunction with our lecture on Friday evening, October 7. Attendance both days is not required.

*Limited overnight accommodations may be available at L'Abri on the evening of Friday, October 7. Spaces will be released starting on September 7. Please email southborough@labri.org if you would like to add your name to the waiting list for overnight accommodations, and you will be notified if/when space becomes available.