Calling all songwriters, poets, and music lovers! Unite Boston is partnering with REUNION Christian Church to bring you Songwriter’s Guild, a monthly meeting of creatives to explore the craft of songwriting and work towards bringing original worship music to the Greater Boston area. We invite creative people of all types to join us as we discuss writing, recording, and the heart of worship. Our goal is to create a network of worship leaders and artists who will work towards writing songs that churches all over Boston can sing together. Join the guild and find out more about our vision for our large and diverse community!
Email Bailey Kolapudi <email@example.com> to receive the Zoom link!
A ministry of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, the vision of Black Scholars & Professionals (BSAP) is to see graduate students, professional students, and faculty of African or African American descent transformed by Christ, renewed in their academic pursuits or professional lives, and serving as agents of change within the African American and African community, the church, and the world through:
-Urban and Global Projects
-Work and Faith Integration
-Reconciliation in the African Diaspora
-Collaboration with Professional Associations
Join us for our virtual kick off event on Saturday, September 26 at 1PM as we welcome ladies seasoned and new to the community. We’ll be playing games, getting to know one another, and discussing what the group is all about.
In the meantime, please complete this brief community survey!
Still Small Theatre presents The Prophet Project, a play about the timeless story of God’s love for the world, told through the timely words of the ancient Hebrew prophets.
On September 18th, join a virtual watch party of the show (filmed summer 2019) and live Q&A with some of the artists involved! The event will be held on YouTube Live, and the show will be available streaming on YouTube until October 3rd.
Inspired by the Biblical story of the prophet Hosea and his wife Gomer, The Prophet Project weaves together the words of the Biblical prophets along with movement, music, and more to tell the story of God’s enduring love for Israel, and for all of humanity. Due to some of the mature themes of Scripture, The Prophet Project is not recommended for young children. But for adults, teens, and mature middle schoolers, it is a thought-provoking reflection and conversation starter on the themes of sin, idolatry, injustice, redemption, and how Christians can continue to reveal the heart of God to a broken world.
This watch party kicks off Still Small’s new Virtual Performance Packages, which allow churches to book an entirely virtual event — complete with play, Q&A with cast, and 6-part video Bible study series! Packages become available November 1.
See www.stillsmalltheatre.com for more information!
Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church would like to invite you to join us for our outdoor worship services on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. at Gordon Conwell Seminary. They’ll be happening every Sunday thru August 30th. Hope to see you there!