Study Days — Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 12 to 5 PM Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome on certain days everyweek during term to study, use our library, and spend time in fellowship with others.
Public Reading of Scripture — Thursdays at 3 PM This is a chance to recover the ancient practice of hearing the Scriptures read aloud together. The readings are followed by delicious refreshments and an opportunity to talk informally.Faculty , staff, and students are welcome.
Fall Reading Group — Fridays at 4 PM Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Cost of Discipleship
Grad Student Discussion Group — Fridays at 12 PM This group is led by Prof. Larry Leemis and focuses on Christian virtue as seen throughout scripture.
Fall 2023 Events
Welcome Lunch — Thursday, August 24th from 12 to 3 PM William & Mary students and parents are invited to Cambridge House for a Welcome Lunch to kick off the semester. We can’t wait to meet you!
Open House — Saturday, August 26th from 9 to 11 AM William & Mary faculty and staff (and their families) are welcome to the Study Center for an Open House, co-hosted by the InterVarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministry.
Paideia Fellows Retreat — Monday, August 28th through Tuesday the 29th Paideia Fellows will travel to Mathews, Virginia for our inaugural Fall Retreat. Learn more about the Fellows Program.
“My Favorite Argument for God” Lecture — Wednesday, September 20th from 6 to 8 PM Join us to hear from Dr. Philip Swenson of the William & Mary Philosophy Department. Dinner is provided.
Faculty Fellowship Dinner — Tuesday, October 3rd from 6 to 8 PM Faculty and staff are invited to come enjoy fellowship, food, and intellectual community. We’ll hear from Dr. Adam Barger, Executive Director of STLI, on the topic, “Created to Learn: a Christian Perspective on Teaching in the Age of AI.”
Alumni Open House — Friday, October 20th from 3 to 5 PM
Tea for Parents of Students — Friday, October 27th from 3 to 4:30 PM
Faculty Fellowship Dinner — Thursday, November 2nd from 6 to 8 PM
Morning Prayer — Monday, November 6th from 8:25 to 8:50 AM Sir Christopher Wren Chapel
The Resurrection of the Body: An Ancient Hope for Modern People Lecture and Dinner — Thursday, November 16th from 6 to 8 PM The philosopher Immanuel Kant claimed that every human being must answer the fundamental question: “For what may I hope?” One’s answer to that question will shape the entirety of one’s life. This lecture by our Executive Director, Dr. Jon Thompson, explores the Christian idea of the resurrection of the body, arguing that it provides unique and compelling answers to perennial human anxieties about death.
Morning Prayer — Monday, December 4th from 8:25 to 8:50 AM Sir Christopher Wren Chapel
A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols — December 7th at 7 PM Sir Christopher Wren Chapel