Please join us for a meal.


We want to creates spaces for healthcare professionals and trainees to (1) create meaningful relationships with others in their field and (2) dialogue about how faith in Jesus relates to the practice of healthcare. To that end we host a dinner and discussion on the third Friday of every month.

Meetings are usually at Harvard Medical School, JBM Lounge in Vanderbilt Hall, from 6:30-8:30pm, unless otherwise indicated. Childcare is provided and RSVP is appreciated (see below). Look even further down for recordings from past dinners. Here are our upcoming meetings and speakers: 

April 27: World Cafe style table discussions. The evening will be focused on people engaging in discussion around relevant and interesting topics. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in two separate twenty minute conversations as they share their own knowledge about a topic and find out more from others who are there. Potential topics include: Thriving in Residency, Faith and Pharmacy, Christian Missions, Spiritual Practices, Discipleship, Spirituality and Health Research, Developing Mentorship, Acting Against Injustice, etc. These topics are meant to be relevant and engaging and to do that we need your input! Please take the time to fill out this survey about what proposed topics interest you or suggest new ones - 

May 18: Benjamin Warf, MD. Director, Neonatal and Congenital Anomaly Neurosurgery at Boston Children's. Professor of Neurosurgery, Harvard Medical School. Dr. Warf will be discussing disability and how Christians should view and respond to it. He will be sharing from his lived experience treating a variety of patients with disability across the world and having family members, to include his daughter, with a disability. This topic often goes unaddressed and this evening will give us the opportunity to broaden our understanding of disability and how we should respond to it. 

June: No BHF Dinner. Enjoy the summer weather!

July 20: John Kempen, M.D., MPH, Ph.D., M.H.S.. Massachusetts Eye and Ear Director of Epidemiology for Ophthalmology,
Senior Scientist, and Ethiopian Missionary. He will be sharing about his life, being an academic ophthalmologist at Harvard and being a missionary in Ethiopia at the same time. 

August 17: Welcome Mixer. 

September 21: TBA

October 19: Whole Person Care Conference opening night - free for everyone. Register to be able to attend the Saturday training and practical application. 

Check out the Recordings page to listen to speakers you missed or want to revisit.