Hello there! You have reached the home page of the Boston University chapter of InterVarsity Multiethnic!
This Week's News:
Welcome Back to Campus!
We hope that you had an awesome winter break and that you are excited about this upcoming semester. Here are some great opportunities that are coming up this semester. Whether you're new to IV and want to learn more or you are looking to stay involved, we can't wait to meet you and journey with you this semester!
Join Gospel Choir!
BU's Inner Strength Gospel Choir is having its first rehearsal of the new semester on Sunday, January 25th, at 7:30 PM in Marsh Chapel. There are no auditions and no previous experience with singing/gospel music is required. Everyone is welcome, so please come sing with us!
Community Groups Begin!
CGs usually meet for dinner at dining halls around 6pm (check FB for more info about where each group will meet) and then continue to someone's apartment or a classroom for bible studies starting at 7pm. CGs are kicking off a series on Multiethnicity as well starting so be there!
Monday CG: Nathan @ 726 Comm Ave 7pm
Tuesday CG: Juliana and Bryan @ 728 Comm Ave 7pm
Wednesday/Freshman CG: Daniel and Jackie @ Warren or TBD 7pm
Thursday/Umoja Black Student Bible Study: Gretchen, Etinosa, Lauren @ CAS228 8pm
[Jan 30-Feb 1]
Join us for a weekend away growing deeper in faith and getting closer to friends.
We're going to Toah Nipi, a magical land of hot cocoa, blankets, sledding and more.
REGISTER by Jan 19th to save $$$$ http://bit.ly/1B1nTIv
APPLY TODAY: bit.ly/serveup15
ServeUp is our annual alternative Spring Break trip. For the past 9 years, BU students have traveled down to New Orleans to assist with the rebuilding efforts after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
Each day, teams will serve mainly with well-established groups like Habitat for Humanity, Project Homecoming and Rebuilding Together. In addition to building and restoring homes, some groups serve with urban gardens. The typical day begins with breakfast followed by work from 7:45 am to 4:30pm. Each evening, there are group discussions about the intersection of faith and social justice. All spiritual viewpoints are welcome!