We will have an incredible line up of live music being performed, a message by the pastor and testimonies by Teen Challenge. We have seen tremendous breakthroughs and miracles during the first two events. Testimonials by people declaring they have surrendered their lives over to the care of Jesus and were healed from the bondages of addiction, mental health and abuse. This is a free event and all are welcome. Join us to celebrate the joy of life and the power of Christ. We stand together with God believing to break chains and generational curses.
Learn about the local Afghan refugee experience through engaging conversations and authentic Afghan cooking demonstration.
Compassion in Action Conversation
Be Inspired – Explore Afghan Food & Culture – Make a Difference
Let’s come together to:
- Have interactive dialog with people affected by and interested in Afghan resettlement in Metrowest and Greater Boston.
- Connect with other curious and compassionate neighbors who want to make a difference.
- Support Hospitality Common’s mission to serve and support immigrant and refugee families while building bridges of hope, understanding, and opportunity.
- Support and encourage a local food business owner during this challenging pandemic crisis.
You’re invited to our first Compassion in Action event and fundraiser. Have fun and make new friends in a virtual cooking class while engaging in a conversation experience. Learn about Afghan culture, food, and traditions from an Afghan family. This is a Zoom event curated by activist Gary Moorehead, founder of Kataluma, and Najeeb Rostami, owner of Ariana Restaurant in Boston.
Hospitality Common, Inc. (HCI) is a faith-based non-profit providing educational and charitable programs to underserved communities. Accordingly, we are compelled to build bridges of hope into our community through education, volunteer programs, and service opportunities. We are an inclusive Christian organization committed to serving and partnering with people of all faith traditions as well as those having no faith tradition. We believe every human being is made in the image of God, and, therefore, is to be cherished and treated with the greatest dignity.
ENGLISH CLASS – IN PERSON
AVAILABLE CLASS LEVELS: BEGINNER OR INTERMEDIATE CLASSES.
WHEN: WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7PM
COST: $10/CLASS, OR $100 FOR 12 WEEKS.
LOCATION: 31 COLLEGE AVE SOMERVILLE, MA 02144
ENGLISH CLASS – ONLINE
WE WOULD LOVE TO HAVE YOU JOIN OUR ENGLISH CLASS!
WHEN: MONDAY EVENINGS AT 5 PM
COST: THE COST OF THIS SCHOOL IS FREE, BUT WE ASK THAT YOU WOULD CONSIDER MAKING A $100 DONATION TOWARDS THE COURSE. ANY DONATION AMOUNT IS WELCOME.
WILL BE HOSTED ON ZOOM. TO REGISTER FOR THE COURSE CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW TO COMPLETE AN ENGLISH EVALUATION. ONCE COMPLETED, WE WILL REACH OUT TO YOU ABOUT ENROLLMENT!
This December 2021 New Life Fine Arts Musical Theater presents an original musical adaptation “Ebenezer Scrooge: A Christmas Carol” at the Groton Dunstable Performing Arts Center, 344 Main St. Groton, MA. (Use 343 Main St for GPS directions)
Eight Performances: December 10-19
Evenings at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 10, 11, 17, 18
Matinees at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 11, 12, 18, 19
Tickets will be available soon so stay tuned for online ordering, more details and special pricing offers.
New Life Fine Arts’ spiritually uplifting musical adaptation of the 1843 Charles Dickens’ classic tells the story of the tight-fisted curmudgeon, Ebenezer Scrooge, and his personal transformation as he is supernaturally confronted with the haunting truth of his wounded past, his spiritually impoverished present and his woeful future.
“Ebenezer Scrooge: A Christmas Carol” is directed by Concord composer, David MacAdam who wrote the adaptation while living in England, where it was first produced in 1984.
For over 25 years, thousands of NLFA patrons have been given an inspirational glimpse into the true meaning of Christmas and are encouraged to spread their holiday cheer throughout the year.
“I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round — apart from the veneration due to its sacred name and origin, if anything belonging to it can be apart from that — as a good time;” – Fred, Scrooge’s nephew in Charles Dickens, “A Christmas Carol”