This is a great song from Zach Williams filled with great truth! We are so excited to have Zach joining us at this years Worship In The Adirondacks 2018. For details and tickets go to www.worshipintheadirondacks.com.
Join us for a spectacular week of worship, prophetic services and amazing ministrations from Apostle Sam Aiyedobgon and Prophetess Angella Reid. There will be events every day from Wednesday to Sunday so you can pick any night or come to all!
There will be free childcare! Come and experience God in a new and refreshing way! Also follow DaySpring Chapel for more information at https://m.facebook.com/DaySpringChapelBoston
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” – Jesus, in Mark 12:30-31
When the Bible commands Christians to love their neighbors, what if it really means what it says? That’s the simple, radical idea behind the “Neighboring Movement.” Here are a few churches in the Boston area that are leaning into God’s call to love our neighbors.
Hope Fellowship Church in Cambridge is also currently doing a sermon series entitled “Who is My Neighbor?”
At Cooperative Metropolitan Ministry’s annual banquet in May, Rev. Liz Walker from Roxbury Presbyterian Church describes that the definition of grace is, “to give your neighbor a break.” She says, “it is too easy to be polarized; in the midst of all the chaos, we need each other and look our neighbor in the eye, speak to a stranger, be kind; and practice a little grace.”
Listen to Dave Ferguson from the Verge Network describes how blessing people often results in a greater number of conversions, and Five Ways to Bless Your Neighbors.
Finally, be encouraged by reading how serving the community transformed a dwindling church in Tacoma, Washington.
How is your church planning to serve in the neighborhood this summer? Email us at email@example.com and we may choose to feature your story in the UniteBoston newsletter!
Dr. James Sideras, author of the newly published book, “101 Good Reasons to Believe,” is holding a book signing event in the Greater Boston area. With guns blazing in this masterly work, Dr. James confounds the anti-biblical viewpoint that is expounded as truth in the majority of present-day academic institutions and media sources. Backed with scientific evidence and historical facts, his book provides a comprehensive case for Christianity that challenges us to believe in the unchanging God of the Bible.
Dr. James will be present at the event to personally sign each purchased book. Some free gifts will be available on the day on a first come first serve basis. All are welcome.
All Heaven Broke Loose – A new Passion play
Still Small Theatre presents a staged reading of All Heaven Broke Loose, a new full-length drama about Jesus’ death and Resurrection. Come hear from a multitude of voices as the threads of history, Scripture, and their own lives are woven together in ways they never expected.
East Baptist Church
300 Western Ave., Lynn MA
The Sanctuary at Woodville
249 Wood St., Hopkinton MA
300 Cabot St., Beverly MA
Optional discussion to follow. See stillsmalltheatre.com for more details.
Admission is “Pay-What-You-Can”, suggested donation range $10-12 ($4-7 seniors/students).
A portion of proceeds will benefit Amirah Boston, serving trafficked women in the Boston area.