members' evening - first class
weekly: festival study group - st. mark - spi-sci - meditation - barfield - foundation studies
monthly and twice monthly: reading to the dead - speakers
For all members of the
General Anthroposophical Society and Anthroposophy NYC.
Usually 1st Friday of the month, 7:00 pm; next meetings: September 7, October 5
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FIRST CLASS of the School for Spiritual Science
Meets monthly on
FRIDAY, 6:30–8 pm / SATURDAY, 10–12 noon:
September 14-15; October 19-20; November 23-24; December 21-22
January 11-12; February 22-23; March 15-16
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
welcome to join
the following study groups
at any time.
studied are usually available in our
General Contact: 212-242-8945.
Festival Study Group
THURSDAYS, 7:00-9:00 pm;
Please contact in advance.
Study & Creating Branch Events.
What is a festival? How will our new festival group seek and create new forms together? Festivals weave us into the rhythms of life in our branch community, in Nature, and in the Cosmos. We will explore the work of anthroposophy and imagine and create together new festival events for the New York City branch. Facilitators: Vincent Roppolo and Joshua Kelberman. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 917-328-7677
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,
WEDNESDAYS, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Does not meet on evenings when a lecture is being given.
Reading: The Evolution of Consciousness by Rudolf Steiner.
We live in a Western world but may not know much about Western spirituality and its esoteric ideas. In a time when science and spirit are beginning to embrace, this group seeks to be an ongoing gathering to work with the subtle and supersensible, in a sanctified but not sanctimonious conversation. We want to provoke each other's inner development, and discover ways to bring the fruit of our inner work to benefit the wider world.
Our exploration launches from the lectures and books of 20th century scientist and mystic Rudolf Steiner, teacher of the 'Science of Spirit' or Anthroposophy. New members are welcome, just come!
Contact: Ryan Freeman, 212-242-8945
Tuesdays, 5:45 – 7:00 pm
For those with meditation experience,
particularly in methods taught by Georg
Reading passages from The Light of the I
and Becoming Aware of the Logos by Kühlewind.
Please contact: Fred Dennehy /
TUESDAYS, 7:30 – 9 pm
An Outline of Esoteric Science
by Rudolf Steiner (Creeger translation)
Contact: Walter Alexander /
FOUNDATION STUDIES GROUP
FRIDAYS, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Reading How to Know Higher Worlds (Bamford translation), by Rudolf Steiner
Contact: Joshua Kelberman, 917-328-7677, email@example.com
How to Know Higher Worlds is a very accessible work that encourages experiential understanding of anthroposophy through practical exercises. Studying the work opens a modern path of initiation to all those with sincere interest and dedication. Everyone is welcome!
to the Dead
Reading Rudolf Steiner's
Life Beyond Death.
Contact Dorothy Emmerson
if you plan to attend.
Meets at the Christian Community,
309 West 74th Street, Manhattan.
Usually 3rd Sundays,
2:30 – 4:30 pm;
Next dates: September 16th.
Presentations by group members on works of Rudolf Steiner.
Art History as a Reflection of Inner Spiritual Impulses
by Rudolf Steiner.
Contact: Albert Spekman / 212-242-8945
ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN AT ANY TIME
Contact: E: firstname.lastname@example.org or T: 212-242-8945
Walter Alexander & Marianna Reges
John Beck & Marianna Reges
MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
ARTS & AESTHETICS
Albert Spekman & Sylvia Mandel