Boston Healthcare Fellowship Winter Retreat: Join students and professionals in healthcare and research at Toah Nipi February 16-18th for a time of renewal, connecting with God and others, and learning about developing discipleship. Visit www.healthcarefellowship.org/winterretreat2018/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
CTK members Steve and Amy Pardo have made a small collection of songs called Simple Songs for Sunday School. These songs have been written to help write God's promise of hope and joy on our hearts at home or in a classroom setting. The album is available for FREE download and streaming on Bandcamp. They can also be streamed on Apple Music and Spotify.
This is the last week to register for the Winter Getaway! Join us for a weekend in the snowy woods of Alton, NH at Brookwoods Conference Center. Our speaker this year is Austin Pfeiffer, a CTK alum and associate pastor of Salem Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem, NC. Come for a time of encouragement and learning and winter fun! This year, we'll have several more private rooms available for families. Go to www.ctkcambridge.org/getaway for more information and feel free to email email@example.com with any questions. The deadline for registration is Monday, January 22. Scholarships are available.
A Men’s Breakfast will be held in the social hall on Saturday, February 10, from 8-10am. Come expecting to be challenged, ready to pray and fellowship with other men in our church. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help out with the meal.
Belligerents or Brothers? Faith and Science Examined: Science and religion are locked in eternal conflict - or so we are told. Prof. Ian Hutchinson, professor of nuclear science and engineering at MIT, disagrees. In a pair of lectures, Prof. Hutchinson will draw on his own experience as a research scientist and from the history of the relationship between science and religion to demonstrate that, far from being opposed to one another, the knowledge we gain from science and faith may complement and benefit one another. Prof. Hutchinson’s second lecture will explore a case study in cooperation between science and theology from his own work addressing the challenges of sustainable energy. This free event will be held on February 17 from 10am to 3pm (lunch is provided), at MIT (Building E51, Room 345), and is sponsored by Boston Fellows and RUF. Space is limited; please RSVP here to reserve your spot! Contact Nathan Barczi with questions.
Do you have an apartment or even an extra room to sublet or offer to CTK interns during the months of June and July? We are still working on details but would love to talk to anyone who has extra space about the possibility. Please contact email@example.com if you might be able to help, or know someone who could.
1-BR Somerville apartment available Mar. 1. CTK members Emily and Andy Stuntz are moving across town and looking to rent out their current apartment beginning in March for either 3 months (sublet) or 15 months (sublet + 1-year lease). The apt. is the 3rd floor in a 3-unit house, on a quiet street 2 blocks off of Teele Square (12 min. walk to Davis Square T, 10-15 min. walk to Tufts). It’s cozy “under the eaves,” with a small living area but good-sized kitchen and bedroom. Rent is $1,575/mo for March through May and $1,750 starting in June, plus utilities. Please contact Andy (firstname.lastname@example.org, 857-373-9439) if you’re interested or have questions!
Little Folks Fellowship Nursery School, Cambridge, is looking for a part-time pre-school teacher. The applicant must be a Christian and licensed by the state to teach this age group (2.9-5years of age). The school operates from 8:30-12:30 three mornings a week (M.W.F.) and there is also an extended day option for the three afternoons. The salary is commensurate with other local nursery schools. Please email email@example.com if you would like to hear more about this opportunity.
The current Adult Ed class is entitled The Whole Christ - Law, Gospel, and the Marrow Controversy: What does an 18th-century debate in Scotland have to do with us? In the Whole Christ, Sinclair Ferguson revisits the Marrow Controversy to illuminate the relationship of law and gospel. Running through January 28, this class will follow Ferguson as he explores how Christ not only sets us free from the law, but enables us truly to delight in the law. Come join the discussion in January!
Discovering CTK is a class for those interested in membership or in learning more about our church and denomination (PCA). The next class will be offered Saturday, January 27, from 9:00 am-3:00 pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.