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Cambridge Chronicle Highlights Black Yard Arts and Reservoir Church

June 8, 2020

Reservoir Church was given a shoutout in last night's Instagram post from the Cambridge Chronicle, for our partnership in raising funds related to our 2020 Soccer Nights care packages for kids. From The Cambridge Chronicle Instagram, June 7: "The [Cambridge Rindge and Latin School] Black Student Union, @blackyardarts, & Reservoir Church, Cambridge, MA are centering on empowering all Blac..

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Virtual Soccer Nights Takes Shape

May 21, 2020

In-person soccer is cancelled. But fun is not! Soccer Nights is going virtual this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This year, we're putting together Soccer Nights care packages full of all the goodies SN brings. We are fundraising to buy soccer balls and more for each kid - see our awesome video here!* We'll also need your hands-on help putting the packages together the week of June 14th. Ma..

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“Bound in Love’ Video Joins Boston’s Houses of Faith During Covid

April 30, 2020

Pastors Steve and Lydia participated in a video paying tribute to local government leaders, workers in all essential industries, and lifting up God's boundless love through many Boston houses of faith. Reservoir Church is incredibly blessed as a church to be connected with the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization, uniting churches, temples, and mosques in an effort to promote love and jus..

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Reservoir Church Highlighted in Daily Beast Article About Lack of PPP Funding

April 23, 2020

[The following is an excerpt from a Daily Beast op-ed on April 22, 2020: "Banks are Letting the Coronavirus Snuff Out Our Churches." Reservoir Church was interviewed to share about our experience with the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)  non-profit application during the Covid outbreak. Subscribe to Daily Beast to read the article in its entirety.] "...In the first round of PPP loans, few ch..

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Blood Drive Continues in Reservoir Sanctuary

April 9, 2020

The Red Cross Blood Drive continues in Reservoir Church's sanctuary. By  Saturday, April 4, the drive had collected - at our church alone - over 190 units of blood. That's enough to save 570 lives. It's been beautiful to see that holy, life-saving work done in our sanctuary. Photos include Steve Watson donating, and US Congresswoman Katherine Clark arriving to give blood as well. Clark represe..

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