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“Together Again” UniteBoston Concert
September 17 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Join UniteBoston for an outdoor gathering this September to unite in authentic, genuine worship. We’ve endured a lot these past two years – isolation from the pandemic, political polarization, and racial reckoning…and God continues to be faithful. Let’s join together again to worship Jesus and rekindle the fire of our common faith and mission. This year’s concert will have the feel of “living room worship,” and feature a community choir in addition to the united worship band. Join us to worship Jesus again in the heart of the city!
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Sponsored Tables – Local organizations and businesses are invited to host a table during our fall concert. This is a great opportunity to spread the word about the inspiring work you do to those who are attending.
Community Choir – We’re also opening up the opportunity for people to join our community choir which will be lead by Craig Ramsey, Jr.
Volunteers Needed! We’re looking for volunteers that day to help with set-up, greeting / outreach, and prayer. Email Rev. Kelly at <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you’re interested in volunteering!
Note: This worship gathering is taking place at Christopher Columbus Park in downtown Boston. UniteBoston’s team recognizes that this park was named after someone who led an expedition to the Americas and is responsible for the killing of native peoples. The park is also adjacent to Long Wharf, where slave traders trafficked kidnapped Africans into Boston. We call individuals to grieve and repent from the sin of racism and its impacts, which shaped the founding of our country and continue to endure in us as individuals, in our churches, institutions, culture and social systems. As an initial step, UniteBoston’s team is taking this year to better understand the ways in which white supremacy shows up in our leadership and organization, and how we can contribute to unity in the body of Christ that upholds Biblical justice. Together, may we work towards dismantling the ways that systemic racism shows up in Greater Boston and beyond, so we can honor the image of God inherent in all people and contribute to holistic flourishing reflective of God’s kingdom.
- Rev. Kelly Fassett