It’s that time of year again! Celebrating urban ministry in Boston at the Annual EGC Fundraiser Dinner! This year’s theme is On The Move, as we are celebrate the way God is moving in the lives of Christian leaders, and the organizations that they serve. We will also be sharing how EGC is on the move as well! We look forward to celebrating these exciting stories with you. It takes place from 5pm-8pm at Florian Hall in Dorchester, MA. We will have great food, interesting people to meet, and of course, our fun silent auction. This is a FREE event, but there will be an opportunity to give to the work of EGC. If you plan to attend, please visit egc.org/fundraiser and fill out our registration form. See you there!
This conference is for YOU!! If you work in the world of anti-trafficking, or educate those who work in the world of anti-traffficking and exploitation but are struggling to grow your non-profit or looking for the next fundraiser idea this conference is for YOU!!
Three of the leading voices in non-profit sustainability will be sharing their expertise with us at ICAP NA 2018!
Grant writing (to win)
Building the best team
Building strategic thinking skills around the issues that lead to exploitation, trafficking
Identifying the needs of vulnerable people
In addition to team building, fundraising and other essential skills from our keynote speakers we will also be blessed by skilled workshop leaders, worship leaders and local artists.
It’s that time of year again – come celebrate urban ministry in Boston at the Annual EGC Fundraiser Dinner!
This year’s theme is ABIDE, as we are celebrating 80 years of fruitfulness at the Emmanuel Gospel Center. That’s right – this will be our 80th anniversary!
We look forward to celebrating this exciting milestone with you. It takes place from 5pm-8pm at Florian Hall in Dorchester, MA. We will have great food, interesting people to meet, and of course, our fun silent auction.
This is a free event, but there will be an opportunity to give to the work of EGC.
If you plan to attend, please visit egc.org/fundraiser and fill out our registration form. See you there!
This morning in my time of prayer, I was struck by the words “At that time, people began to call on the name of the Lord” (Genesis 4:26).
I believe we are entering into a time where the Lord is inviting us to call on His name.
These past four months, a team has been forming to prepare and plan for 10 Days Boston, an opportunity to set apart a season of seeking God together as the wider of body of Christ, in such a way that moves us beyond the walls of our own local churches, denominations, and ethnic groups.
We have an exciting line-up of churches this year, including a diverse variety of geographical gatherings (Cambridge, Jamaica Plain, Fenway, Suburbs) ethnic groups (Indian, Korean) and denominational streams (Catholic, Orthodox, Taize, and Evangelical).
This year’s 10 Days takes place from September 24 to October 4 – Mark your calendars and check out the full schedule here: www.10daysboston.com
Also, click here to watch an update video by Kelly Steinhaus about 10 Days Boston.
But that’s not all we have to be excited about. God is uniting hearts on a national scale! We are in a season where God is stirring hearts all around the nation to the place of prayer. Jonathan Friz, founder of 10 Days, is calling it “Divine Convergence.”
The Call Berkeley, Portland’s “Seven” movement, and 40 Days of Hope are all scheduled to end on October 4th – the same ending day for the 10 days of prayer! What a delight to see how the Holy Spirit has coordinated our schedules!
Convergences like these point to the fact that God is at work and to emphasize the importance of the call and the timing. We believe that God is calling us to unite these movements and form a bridge from West Coast to East Coast – here are some ways as to how you can do that.
Please prayerfully consider:
1. Joining in a nation-wide, 40-day fast from August 26 to October 4th with the 40 Days of Hope
2. Attend one of the six times weekly prayer sets that are taking place at the Justice House of Prayer in Cambridge
3. Come out to the daytime prayer and evening gatherings during 10 Days Boston, beginning on September 24th and concluding at the Boston Night of Worship at Lion of Judah Church on October 4th
God is up to great things – It’s a pleasure and an honor to take part in His kingdom coming in Boston with you!
UniteBoston Team Leader
Special thanks to our friends at the Emmanuel Gospel Center for sponsoring this year’s 10 Days Boston!
Click on this link to watch a playlist of all the updates for 10 Days this year!