The New England region is home to a challenging culture with a rich heritage, and you will get to travel its storied roads alongside professors and fellow students to get an up-close meeting with this American mission field. We’ll walk where Edwards and Whitefield walked, visit everywhere from Yale to Harvard and coastal Maine to rural Vermont, meet with local pastors and church planters, and even enjoy some local eateries and coffee.
Why should you go?:
- to get a firsthand encounter with NE history
- to see the current gospel work in NE
- to learn more about the distinctive theology that shaped NE
- to see where the American missions movement began
- to grow closer as a group and enjoy fellowship together
Harvard, Yale, Princeton (JE archives—see actual “Sinners” sermon), Northampton (Edwards & Brainerd), Plymouth, Malden MA (Judson), Burlington VT (NETS), Portland ME, Boston, Providence (Brown & FBC), Newburyport MA (Whitefield burial), and more
The trip can fulfill one of the following classes (or 2, for $200 more):
Church History II (grad and undergrad)
Church History Study Tour (elective)
For all those interested in attending this trip, please contact Austin Burgard at firstname.lastname@example.org to pay your deposit or to inform him of what class you will be taking.