- Tech team: lighting manager, stage manager, slide presenter, monitor mixer, and sound runners
- Ministry team: Event Development, church connections, and prayer/outreach
- Painting team: Artist’s Row and Live Painting Backstage
Click on this link for specific information about the teams, and fill out the form below if you are interested in joining.
How it works in 3 steps:
1) Tell us your story in two minutes or less!!!
2) Post the video on Facebook or Instagram, and tag us at @unitebostonworship, or send it through e-mail at email@example.com by July 31st
3) Three videos will be chosen to be shown during the concert’s program on the 17th of August
The UB Celebration of Worship in the Boston Common is just a few weeks away! Join in this launch party to hear the vision, meet friends old and new, listen to great music, and take home postcards so you can spread the word to your church and community!
Please invite your friends – see you there!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/403422460304024/
Yeah, we’re not quite there, yet. But we are getting closer.
I’ll be at the Unite Boston’s Celebration of Worship on August 17th at 7:00pm. If it is anything like last year, so will over one thousand other of my brothers and sisters from across the spectrum of Christianity, gathering from different colors, ethnicities, cultures, denominations backgrounds, and languages. If it is remotely like last year, people will worship with abandon, dancing in praise, lifting their hands, and raising their voices. We’ll join in honoring our Father alongside brothers and sisters we’re meeting for the first time.
And something else will happen. Other people will come. Not because of fancy lights; not because of a big screen. They won’t be drawn because of some multi-media spectacle with a huge stage. They’ve seen all that before. No, they’ll be drawn because they see what they’ve been looking for; the diverse Church acting as one Body. They’ll be draw by Jesus’ Promise that when He is lifted up, He’ll draw all people to himself.
Yeah, I’ll be at the Unite Boston Celebration of Worship on the Boston Commons. I hope to see YOU and your community there too.
-Rev. David Wright, President of the Black Ministerial Alliance and Associate Minister at Peoples Baptist Church in Boston
“The worship night on the Boston Common is important for all the churches of Boston to get behind and back. As a spirit of discord and outrage swirls around us and seeks to suppress the gospel, an evening of united prayer and worship of our Lord Jesus Christ puts the Accuser on notice. As we cry out for spiritual revival over this great city, let’s gather together in the middle of this great city, and let a watching world see and know Him by our love. I hope the pastors of the city to come, invite your flock, and together reveal to Boston what God is doing in our hearts and wants to do in theirs.”
-Pastor Michael Balboni, Park Street Church
“The Boston Common is surrounded by churches: Evangelical, Pentecostal, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Roman Catholic, Congregational…and a few more. We all worship in our own styles and traditions on Sundays and times in between. And the Common itself is a place of worship, including the wonderful, faithful outreach of St. Paul’s to the Unhoused Community. But one day a year, led by UniteBoston, many of us put aside some of our strongly held positions on some important issues, and remember that it is Jesus Christ who is the source of it all, for only in the Holy Spirit can one affirm, humbly, that Jesus is Lord. I am eager as Director of the one Catholic representative on the Boston Common to endorse UniteBoston’s Celebration of Worship on August 17th, 2019. May we come out of our buildings, join other disciples of Jesus and warmly welcome one another as we give praise to our God.”
-Father Michael McGarry, Director of the Paulist Center