Category: Events

Join us on Saturday, October 12, as we take on Mount Watatic, of the Wapack Range, on the border of MA and NH. Perfect time and place to enjoy the picturesque fall foliage of New England.

We’ll leave at 9:30am and return home around 4:30pm. (Come back for Bible study at 6:30pm!) Rides will be provided. Shoot us an email (abskgradoff@mit.edu) if you’re interested.

P.S. Can you identify what’s special about this picture?

Upcoming event:
Trip to the world-famous Museum of Fine Arts!

Saturday, Sep. 28
Meet at the museum at 11:30 am
with late lunch nearby afterwards.
Admission free with your student ID.

Contact us (abskgradoff@mit.edu) if you want to carpool or catch the T together.

Hey hey,

Have we got a fun-filled Saturday lined up just for you!

Tired of the food trucks on campus? Try a food truck off campus! Behold, we’re headed to Boston Super Dog (formerly Speed’s). This local fav offers America’s #1 hot dog!

Then, the brothers will enjoy some sports fellowship (basketball, anyone?) at a local park, while the sisters are off to Honey Pot Farms on a quest for apples. Last year, we went too late in the season, but this year, the early bird will get the worm! (Actually, let’s hope not.)

If you’re free in the evening, stay for Bible study and more fellowship afterwards. Maybe we’ll get to enjoy the fruit of our labors!

In short:
12:00 pm – Lunch @ Boston Super Dog
Followed by – Apple-picking (sisters) / Basketball (brothers)
6:30 pm – Bible study

As always, contact us (abskgradoff@mit.edu) if you need a ride to/from any of the activities.

Hope you can join us!

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Join our welcome-back social hour to get to know our group and members. Network over refreshments. Come whenever you can, leave whenever you must!

Friday, Sept 6, 5-6pm, 4-149 (just off the infinite corridor)

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Fried Chicken! Volleyball! Canoeing! Kayaking! All on the beautiful Charles River!

Join us for our All-Boston Grad ABSK Labor Day Picnic:
Monday, Sept 2, Noon, @ Charles River Canoe and Kayak: Allston/Brighton

Rain plan: Eat fried chicken and then go bowling! Rides will be same place and same time.

Rides provided from Tang Hall and Sidney-Pacific, 11:40 am.

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Come and get to know us and other Christian fellowships at Activities Midway!
Friday, August 30, 2:30-4:30pm, Johnson Athletic Center

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Several New England-y (and non-New England-y) activities are in the works for fall: Fall Foliage Tour, Apple Picking, Hiking, Museum Trips, Celtics Game, etc. Join our email contact list to be the first to hear the news! Or come to any of our events to join the planning discussion!

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Mmmm… lobster! Especially lobster soaked in butter. And served on a hot dog bun.

If you haven’t had this traditional New England dish, come with us this Saturday to Ogunquit, Maine. We’ll enjoy all that the NE coast has to offer: seafood on the rocks.

Drop us a line so we can figure out rides.

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Who says MIT students are uncultured? This Saturday we’re headed to the Museum of Fine Arts, world famous for its collections of American, European, Asian, and African art. One of our alums will give us a special guided tour to show us how artists through the ages have grappled with spiritual themes through various media. Don’t forget to bring your MIT id card for free admission.

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Our friends at Harvard are hosting a special concert by the New Light Blind Church in Korea, featuring a handbell choir and traditional Korean drums by the sight-impaired members of this ministry. Their pastor will be sharing his testimony.

When: Saturday, September 15, 7pm – 8:30pm
Where: Fong Auditorium, Boylston Hall, Harvard Yard
Cost: Free