A group for those that identify as men of color – sharing, prayer and scripture.
A group for caregivers/parents with young children – a time to share highs and lows and pray for one another. We will meet virtually with some occasional meet-ups in-person.
Check-in with a group of us who enjoy praying for one another!
Currently meeting virtually, contact leaders for virtual link details.
Unpacking Christianity: After Evangelicalism
As part of an ongoing series of classes called Unpack Christianity, this is a five week class based on David Gushee’s book After Evangelicalism: The Path to a New Christianity. Steve preached on themes from this book last November, right after it was published. Gushee knows from the inside much of what went wrong in American evangelical Christianity and has provocative ideas for where the Christian faith is going and needs to go. Purchase and reading of the book will be recommended, but not required.
Virtual: meeting over zoom.
*offered seasonally* – please inquire for 2022/2023 dates.
All are welcome.
If you want to learn how to pause and breathe better during stressful moments, or want to develop skills to find more stillness, peace and equanimity (balance) in your everyday and in faith journey, then this community group will be beneficial for you. It may be particularly useful for students and teachers, who are struggling with the stress of returning to school, and activists and healthcare professionals, but mindful practice is truly beneficial for every human being.
As co-leader, Lydia will be making scriptural connections of our mindfulness practice, and lead us in the care and prayer that we all seek
from community groups. Our Community Group is open to everyone, without exception, and no prior experience with meditation or mindful practice is needed.
We take time to share life and struggles, with prayer and silence.
Virtual and weekly.
All are welcome.
We are a community group that gathers as couples, to share with one another the highs and lows of our partnerships, and pray for one another.
Contact: Aina Adler & John Griffith
We share prayer needs and spiritual formation exercises/activities.
Meets every two weeks – Hybrid
In non-Covid times we meet at various members’ homes throughout the Greater Boston area.
Facilitators: Cameron Ware and Lorraine Helfand-Garcia
Common themes of this community group include identity, justice and theology that arise in the course of living in a messy, complex and broken world. Members of this group lead this group on a rotating basis on a topic that invites self-reflection, discussion and prayer.