Alpha - Alpha is an eleven weeks series exploring the basics of the Christian faith. Each session looks at a different question that people can have about faith and is designed to create conversation. It’s just an open, informal and honest space to explore and discuss life’s big questions together. We begin with a meal, listen to a short talk, and then participate in open discussion about the topic.
ESL Classes - The classes are free and the student books are $25.00. The class schedule is Monday and Thursday at 9:30 am – 11:00 am.
Food Pantry - We are responding with compassion to those who need food. We accept non-perishable donations.
Clothing Pantry - Donated clothing is made available for people in the church and in the neighborhood.
Peace Walks - We join with the people in our community, local police, and neighborhood leaders to build relationships and promote peace in the neighborhood of East Boston. Everyone is welcome to join in the Peace Walks. The Peace Walks will begin with one walk in April, May, and June. Beginning in July we will walk every week. The Peace Walks begin at 6:00 p.m and we gather in front of Boston Police Department Station #7 to start.
Refugee Ministry - We are a cooperating church with the Greater Boston Refugee Ministry. We seek to promote refugee ministry in the Boston area and build relationships with our refugee neighbors.
Immigrant Ministry - This ministry flows out of the relationships that we develop in the church and in our neighborhood. Through this informal network we are able to serve immigrants in East Boston and surrounding communities.
Project Angel Tree - A ministry to the families and children of prisoners. We host a Christmas party the 2nd Saturday of December and distribute gifts to the children. We continue to reach out to the families throughout the year.
Mission – We are a missionary people. We participate in missions as we are sent out by God to be Jesus’ witnesses in the various places that life takes us. In the church and in the neighborhood we are aware of the global dimensions of that calling. African, Latin American, Caribbean parishioners connect us to the need in those places and what God is doing there. The Hindu store owners, the local Buddhist Temple, and the Muslim neighbors again connect us in a way that we must pay attention and discover our part in God’s loving work in the world. We support people who are sent to other places to bring the good news of God.