We are a movement of Harvard students who seek to explore the Gospel and live out deep relationships with Jesus Christ in caring community. We believe that the Gospel of Jesus Christ provides true life and peace, and we seek to share this Good News with our fellow students and to live out this Gospel in its fullness. We strive to create a community where people of all beliefs and backgrounds can feel welcomed and explore the claims of Christianity. Christian Impact is affiliated with Harvard Athletes in Action (aia) so many of our events are held jointly under ci.aia.
We look forward to seeing you!
Our main events:
FUEL: Our weekly meeting where we gather to worship God, grow in our faith, and enjoy fellowship! Join us Wednesdays at 8pm in the Memorial Church Pusey Room (upstairs).
Alpha Course: Come share in a meal and discussion about who Jesus is, why he came, and what he taught. Alpha is a safe environment to ask questions about life and faith that you haven’t been able to find the answers to. Join us Wednesdays at 6:30pm in Memorial Church’s Basement.
LifeGroups: LifeGroups are small groups where you can come talk about and process life in the context of Christian Community, and receive wisdom from God’s Word as well. If you would like to know where and when LifeGroups are meeting please contact Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall Retreat: Usually held near the end of September at Lake Winnipesauke in New Hampshire, this is a great opportunity to get out of the Harvard bubble and grow in your relationship with God alongside Christians from all over Boston! To learn more about this fun weekend retreat, go to reallifeboston.com/fallretreat.
South Africa Mission Trip: Offered over J-term and during mid June – mid July, this program gives you the opportunity share the Gospel with high school students in Pretoria, South Africa while tutoring them in various academic subjects. For more info go to gosummerproject.com. Check out an explainer video here.
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