Join the Millennial Meetup for their bowling event on Sunday, March 13th at 1:00 p.m. at Kings Seaport. The cost is $18/person. Registration is now open and you can register by clicking here. Hope to see you there!
This is a Christmas night of worship and celebration where many greater Boston church will come together to lift up the name of Jesus. There will be worship, dance, spoken word, some of Boston’s biggest Christian Hip Hop artists, and pizza party that follows the show. Join us as we celebrate our Lord’s humble INVASION into our dark work as a baby in a manger.
Get you ticket HERE!
This summer, UniteBoston is hosting a series of four backyard concerts throughout the neighborhoods of Boston. This collaborative space invites Christian artists and budding songwriters to share the songs, poems, artwork, and dances that have emerged out of the challenges of this past year. Our hope is that these concerts will restore bonds of friendship, justice, and resilience, bringing renewal to the body of Christ and our surrounding communities. We’ve lamented, we’ve grieved; now it’s time to come together to rejoice and RENEW.
1 Peter 5:10 – After you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who called you into his eternal glory in Christ Jesus, will himself restore, establish, strengthen, and support you.
Dates & Locations:
Saturday July 10th | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Dorchester
Thursday July 22nd | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Medford
Saturday July 31st | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Roxbury
Sunday August 29 | 6:30 to 8:30pm | Dorchester
We are grateful for friends of UniteBoston who have graciously opened their backyards for us to host these concerts. Because of the limited capacity of these spaces, we are requiring registration. Click here to register via Eventbrite. After registration, you will also receive an email with the specific address of the backyard concert.
Also: We welcome all artists and creative-types to participate in the open mic portion of the concerts! Click here to sign up to share a song, spoken word poem, dance, or visual artistic piece during the open mic series. We seek to create an environment that is welcoming to people of all skill levels.
Please help us to spread the word to colleagues, friends, and neighbors – a great way to do this is through the Facebook event. All are welcome!
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!
Envisioning God’s Plan – 2020 Vision Board Workshop
In the hustle and bustle of our busy lives, it can be challenging to take a step back and reflect on our goals and convictions. The perfect time to do that is in the new year! Did you make any new-year’s resolutions? Are you looking to be more intentional in your faith walk? More bold or courageous? Loving? Self-controlled?
Please join us! Together we will visualize what we want for our spiritual growth this year and renew our determinations. Let’s pump out those creative juices and find fellowship with a community of like-minded believers. This can be the year you finish strong and make good on the things you began.
“The end of a matter is better than its beginning, and patience is better than pride.” Ecclesiastes 7:8
and, “Commit tot he Lord whatever you do, and he will establish your plans.” Proverbs 16:3
What is a Vision Board?
A vision board is a fun is a board or poster that visually displays the things you desire or dream about. It’s fun to make and is a helpful tool because when you see it every day, you can be reminded of and motivated to accomplish the things you decided to do.
Please feel free to bring your own craft supplies, poster boards, magazines, stickers, etc. We will have supplies available as well.