Clemente Course in the Humanities Begins September 26th

Worcester Interfaith is pleased to offer The Clemente Course in the Humanities beginning Tuesday, September 26.  The Course, now entering its fourth year, is a unique program of free, college-level seminars in literature, U.S. history, moral philosophy, art history, and writing for low income adults.


Classes will meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 – 8p.m. for eight months at the Worcester Art Museum. Books, transportation, and childcare are provided. Faculty are experienced college professors skilled at working with non-traditional learners.


Bard College oversees the program and grants a certificate of achievement to all students who finish the course, and six college credits to those who complete it at a high level.


For more information and an application, contact Elizabeth Bacon at (774) 276-1166 or email her at  Interviews end August 31.


Sunday - 8am & 10am Wednesday - 6pm
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This Sunday

Sunday, August 20, 2017
Time after Pentecost 

Throughout history, countless stories have portrayed the foreign woman as the primary source of trouble. In the gospel reading for this coming Sunday, a foreign woman argues her case before Jesus, but in the end she is blessed. Come to hear this interesting story, and join us for mercy at the Master’s table.

Readings: (click readings to view)
Isaiah 56:1,6-8
Romans 11:1-2a,29-32
Matthew 15:[10-20],21-28
Psalm 67

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