Below are a few opportunities below taking place here locally in the Greater Boston area.
May we join together with Jesus to pray “that we would be brought to complete unity so that the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me (John 17:21)
Ecumenical Prayer for Christian Unity
Sunday, January 18th at 4:00pm
The Anunciation of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church
70 Montvale Ave, Woburn
The homily will be deliverd by Most Reverend Arthur L. Kennedy, Ph.D., An Auxiliary Roman Catholic Bishop of Boston. An offering will also be taken for the work of The Dwelling Place, a local soup kitchen housed in the United Methodist Church.
The WEE Forum is a bi-monthly gathering promoting Christian community and coming together around worship, education, and engagement (WEE) of issues critical to the life and flourishing of the Church.
At this WEE Forum, Nika Elugardo will be sharing her insights and experiences on the subject of race, and the associated realities of power and identity that are inextricably a part of the understanding of race and the Kingdom of God.
Boston Warm Day Center at Old South Church is planned to open next week, on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, but funding and volunteers are still needed!
Please join us in this effort in the following ways:
VOLUNTEER – The most critical need right now is for caring individuals to volunteer so that the shelter can open.
GIVE – Financial resources are in need to provide adequate staffing and supplies. Checks should be addressed to the City Mission Society of Boston, 14 Beacon Street #203 Boston MA 02108 with Boston Warm in the memo line.
PRAY – Please keep those affected by the shelter closure in your prayers.
SPREAD THE WORD – We appreciate your help in spreading the word of this important situation to people of faith in congregations throughout the city