The Freedom Concert is a Fundraiser to End Trafficking and Support survivors. It will be held Saturday, April 1st at Christ the King Church in Cambridge. The Freedom Concert is a night of music, food, and storytelling dedicated to helping raise awareness and advocacy for women in the sex industry and survivors of trafficking. The Freedom Concert has proven to be a safe space for other survivors and supporters to attend and embrace healing. Additionally, it is an invitation to the community of Greater Boston to participate in this fight to end trafficking. All funds raised from this event will go directly to Route One Ministry, a local anti-trafficking effort.
Sharing the Afghan Refugee Experience: Voices, Culture & Cuisine
Learn about the local Afghan refugee experience through engaging conversations and authentic Afghan cooking demonstration.
Compassion in Action Conversation
Be Inspired – Explore Afghan Food & Culture – Make a Difference
Let’s come together to:
- Have interactive dialog with people affected by and interested in Afghan resettlement in Metrowest and Greater Boston.
- Connect with other curious and compassionate neighbors who want to make a difference.
- Support Hospitality Common’s mission to serve and support immigrant and refugee families while building bridges of hope, understanding, and opportunity.
- Support and encourage a local food business owner during this challenging pandemic crisis.
You’re invited to our first Compassion in Action event and fundraiser. Have fun and make new friends in a virtual cooking class while engaging in a conversation experience. Learn about Afghan culture, food, and traditions from an Afghan family. This is a Zoom event curated by activist Gary Moorehead, founder of Kataluma, and Najeeb Rostami, owner of Ariana Restaurant in Boston.
Hospitality Common, Inc. (HCI) is a faith-based non-profit providing educational and charitable programs to underserved communities. Accordingly, we are compelled to build bridges of hope into our community through education, volunteer programs, and service opportunities. We are an inclusive Christian organization committed to serving and partnering with people of all faith traditions as well as those having no faith tradition. We believe every human being is made in the image of God, and, therefore, is to be cherished and treated with the greatest dignity.
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.
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Millennial Meetup Small Group
Pentecostal Tabernacle’s Millennial Meetup Small Group provides opportunities for people to find a Godly community, network, establish connections and develop friendships through fun social events.
We have two exciting events coming up on Saturday, October 9th, 2021. Kindly find the details below. To attend either one or both of the events, please reach out to Temi Ogunbodede by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of the event(s).
- Free Ferry Day – a free trip to Spectacle Island! “Explore Spectacle’s sandy beaches and winding trails, enjoy live music on the porch, and make the most of the last weekend on the Islands!”. We will take the 10:30 am ferry from Long Wharf North and we will return on the 1:30 pm ferry from Spectacle Island to Boston. Tickets are free, but it is first come first serve only and they will be distributed at 9:00 am. If you plan on attending, please meet me at 9:00 am at the Long Wharf North, where I will be distributing Union Square Donuts. If you do attend, I will suggest bringing a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on.
- Celebrate Indigenous people day at the MFA – There will be free general admissions tickets at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on Saturday, October 9th. “Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes and honors the heritage of all Indigenous peoples and the histories of their nations and communities. Explore Native American art in the Art of the Americas Wing—from ancient Mississippian pottery, Mi’kmaq quillwork, and Lakota beadwork in the Native North American Art Gallery“. We will meet in front of the MFA at 3:30 pm by the stairs. Tickets are free and they are first come, first serve.
In Between both events, we will have brunch around 2pm. Brunch will be at the Bostonia Public House.
Leading Confidently In God’s Rescue Mission – Carolyn Custis James
Vision New England – Women in Christian Leadership – Leading Well Forum Series
In our rapidly changing world, women are learning how to draw from the attitudes and skills that are developed from our unique experiences as women. These distinct approaches to leadership achieve results, but often in different ways. We invite Christian women in leadership on church staffs or in non-profits to join us online this year to explore what it means to lead well. This is a great opportunity to hear their voice and share yours…to listen, ask questions, and reflect with peers so that your own leadership is honed.
On September 24th hear from Carolyn Custis James in on free, interactive zoom forum. God’s calling on His daughters is big. His plan from the beginning has been for his male and female image bearers together to reflect his heart for the world and look after things on his behalf. This is God’s call to leadership. Throughout scripture God often chooses the most unlikely people to advance his purposes for the world. Far too often human systems impede our ability to respond. How do we as women leaders confidently embrace our calling and encourage other women and girls to hear and step into their calling too? From her theological training and years of ministry experience, Carolyn will challenge us to accept these divine assignments.
Carolyn is an award winning author who thinks deeply about what it means to be a female follower of Jesus in a postmodern world. In 2013, Christianity Today named her one of the 50 evangelical women to watch. She speaks regularly at church conferences, colleges, and for other Christian organizations both in the US and abroad and is a guest lecturer at various theological seminaries. Her speaking and writing ministry is dedicated to addressing the deeper needs and issues confronting both women and men as they endeavor to extend God’s kingdom together in a messy and complicated world. Her books include Malestrom: Manhood Swept into the Currents of a Changing World and Half the Church: Recapturing God’s Global Vision for Women.