members' evening - first class
weekly
:
st. mark - spi-sci - meditation - barfield - foundation studies
monthly and twice monthly
:
reading to the dead - speakers

volunteer teams

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

Usually 1st Friday of the month, 7:00 pm; next meetings: May 5, June 2.

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FIRST CLASS of the School for Spiritual Science
Meets monthly on FRIDAY, 6:30–8 pm / SATURDAY, 10–12 noon
Remaining dates for this season:

May 19-20; June 16-17..
Open only to members of the School for Spiritual Science. 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: Theosophy
by Rudolf Steiner (Cotterell translation).
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,
212-242-8945

SPI-SCI GROUP
WEDNESDAYS, 7:00 – 9:00 pm.
Does not meet on evenings when a lecture is being given.
Reading: Toward Social Renewal 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

Meditation Group
Tuesdays
, 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 /
212-242-8945

BARFIELD GROUP
TUESDAYS
, 7:30 – 9 pm.
Reading Spiritual Resistance:
Ita Wegman 1933-1935

by Peter Selg
Contact: Walter Alexander /
212-242-8945

 

FOUNDATION STUDIES GROUP
FRIDAYS
, resuming Feb. 3rd, 4:00 – 5:30 pm.
Reading Occult Science, by Rudolf Steiner (Ch. 5)
Contact: Joshua Kelberman, 917-328-7677, joshua.kelberman@gmail.com
Please contact Josh prior to attending to confirm meeting days/times.
Description: Occult Science is one of the Foundational Works of Steiner and is considered a sequel to Theosophy. Some familiarity with Steiner’s work is very helpful as this is a difficult and comprehensive book. Regardless, everyone is welcome, no matter their current understanding, but keep in mind that the concepts and language necessitate serious effort and study to fully explore.


Monthly study groups
 

Reading to the Dead
First Mondays
 at 7:00 pm. Next: May 1, June 5.
Reading Rudolf Steiner's
Life Beyond Death.
Contact Dorothy Emmerson
at 212-580-8853
if you plan to attend.
Meets at the Christian Community.


 

Speakers Group
Usually 3rd Sundays, 2:30 – 4:30 pm;
Next dates:
May 7, June 4.
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



ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN AT ANY TIME
Contact: E: anthroposophynyc@gmail.com or T: 212-242-8945

FINANCE
Joshua Kelberman

PROGRAM
Walter Alexander & Marianna Reges

NEWSLETTER
John Beck & Marianna Reges

MEMBERSHIP
Marianna Reges

FUNDRAISING
Joyce Reilly

MARKETING & PUBLIC RELATIONS
Marianna Reges


 

ARTS & AESTHETICS
Phoebe Alexander

HOSPITALITY
Phoebe Alexander

BOOKSTORE
Joshua Kelberman

LIBRARY
Albert Spekman & Sylvia Mandel

BUILDING MANAGEMENT
Walter Alexander

TECHNOLOGY
John Beck