members' evening - first class
: st. mark - meditation - barfield - foundation studies
: what to eat? (NEW) - reading to the dead - speakers

Members' Evenings
For all members of the General Anthroposophical Society and Anthroposophy NYC.

Usually 1st Friday of the month, 7:00 pm; next meetings:
April 5, May 3, AGM June 15

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FIRST CLASS of the School for Spiritual Science
Meets monthly on FRIDAY, 6:30–8 pm / SATURDAY, 9:30am–12 noon:
April 12-13; May 17-18; June 14-15

Open only to members of the School for Spiritual Science; two years' membership in the Anthroposophical Society is a pre-requisite. Contact: Fred Dennehy / 212-242-8945

All are welcome to join the following study groups at any time.
Books studied are usually available in our bookstore.
General Contact: 212-242-8945.

Weekly study groups

St. Mark Group
WEDNESDAYS, 5:30-6:45 pm
Reading: Cosmic Memory
by Rudolf Steiner.
This is the oldest anthroposophical group in the USA,
reading and discussing works by
Rudolf Steiner. New members are welcome, just come!
Contact: Albert Spekman,

Meditation Group
5:45 – 7:00 pm
For those with meditation experience,
particularly in methods taught by Georg Kühlewind.
Reading passages from The Light of the I
and Becoming Aware of the Logos by Kühlewind.
Please contact: Fred Dennehy /

, 7:30 – 9 pm
The Gospel of St. John by Rudolf Steiner
(GA103 12 lectures at Hamburg, May 18-31, 1908)
Contact: Walter Alexander /


FRIDAYS, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Reading Truth and Knowledge: An Introduction to Philosophy of Spiritual Activity by Rudolf Steiner
Contact: Joshua Kelberman, 917-328-7677, or email.
Truth and Knowledge is essentially Steiner's doctoral thesis and is fundamental for understanding his ideas on how human being's can know. He presents his epistemology, the science of knowing, in a clear and logical path. Truth and Knowledge is a lead-in to Steiner's major work on the foundations of human knowledge and freedom called variously, The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity, The Philosophy of Freedom, and Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path (all the same book in different translations). The group plans to read Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path after completing Truth and Knowledge.
All are welcome! No previous experience required.
These two works are the surest beginning to a deeper understanding of anthroposophy and the path to the spirit, starting from our everyday perceptions and thinking.

Monthly study groups

What to Eat?
Insights from Anthroposophy

Usually 2nd Sundays, 3:00-5:00 pm. Upcoming dates:
Apr 21, May 5, June 2
Paleo diet? Vegan diet? Mediterranean diet? Atkins diet? Ketogenic diet? High carbohydrates or low? Raw food? Juices? Confusing? Absolutely. Too many choices. Conflicting medical opinions. We will explore insights from anthroposophy to discover principles of eating each of us can follow.
All are welcome! No previous experience required.
Contact: Katherine Vode – 201-803-6677 – Kdfinebooks1@gmail.com

Reading to those who have died
First Wednesday of every month, at 7pm.
Reading Rudolf Steiner's Life Beyond Death.
Contact Madelon Holder
at 212-877-4159
if you plan to attend.
Meets at the Christian Community,
309 West 74th Street, Manhattan.


Speakers Group
Usually 3rd Sundays, 2:30 – 4:30 pm; Next dates:
April 14, May 12, June 9.
Presentations by group members on works of Rudolf Steiner.
Reading :
Art History as a Reflection of Inner Spiritual Impulses
by Rudolf Steiner.

Contact: Albert Spekman / 212-242-8945