On Saturday, January 21st, a group of students met at Boston Common to join in the Women's March. Here are some of their reflections and responses to the day. "I had the opportunity to participate in the Women's March in Boston. I gave it some thought the morning of about what it meant. Here... Continue Reading →
The African American Dean of Marsh Chapel at Boston University from 1953-1965 was The Rev. Dr. Howard Thurman. He wrote the poem "I Will Light Candles This Christmas." Here is an excerpt: When the song of the angels is stilled, When the star in the sky is gone, When the kings and princes are home,... Continue Reading →
When words fail, we turn to art to express our deepest fears. On the morning of November 8, 2016, Anastasia Kidd, Shelly Rambo, and Jenny Knust led members of the community at the School of Theology in a time of reflection and response. We sang songs, reflected on the election, shared our concerns, read poetry,... Continue Reading →
a short reflection by Eli Wynn "Night Prayer is an adaptation of a monastic service called Compline..."
by Nathan Bakken "Sandy Stone stood, in a video from her past, reflecting back her future self’s straight black hair and matching black cargo pants, performing an art piece..."