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Reservoir Church joins Massachusetts Council of Churches in Resisting Anti-Semitism

January 2, 2020

Our senior pastor Steve Watson was invited to join a small group of Chrisitan pastors in stating our commitment to resist anti-Semitism in our hearts and minds, in our faith, and in our communities at large. Love of God calls us to resist any and all forms of discrimination or religious or culture-based violence, and to cultivate love and respect for all humanity. This letter with its initial s..

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Reservoir’s Christmas schedule

December 16, 2019

12/22, Sunday: 9:30 & 11:30 services as usual, with kids church at the first service. 12/24, Tuesday, Christmas Eve: 7:30 PM Candlelight Service 12/29, Sunday: one 10:30 service, no kids church..

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Why All the Chairs Went Missing Yesterday

December 16, 2019

Yesterday hundreds of us walked within our sanctuary walls on a pilgrimage of sorts. What rock stood out to us down along the ground, we picked up to symbolize our burdens. Above our heads, stars. Lots of them, drawing our gaze to God’s guidance or promises not yet realized. The ancient Christmas stories spoke to us, a shepherd and a wise man (both played by Holly Schaff with a flick of the pape..

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Image of five arms on top of colorful scarves.

Christmas Giving and Volunteering Opportunities

December 4, 2019

Here are just several of the ways you can give this month in celebration of the holidays. Join the Reservoir Women of Color community group, the Cambridge Police Department, and our Banneker School neighbors in loving on kids and seniors! Opportunity 1: Buy a handmade scarf in the sanctuary dome on Sunday, and place it in the Secret Santa for Seniors box, or gift it to a loved one! Scarves made..

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November 3rd Cambridge Half Marathon: road closures

October 28, 2019

For those of us who drive to church, a heads up that a few of the roads in the vicinity of Reservoir's campus will be closed for a few hours this coming Sunday morning. If you're coming to the 11:30 service, you should not have to worry about road closures. If you're coming to the 9:30 service from north of the Charles River, you should be fine. If you're coming to the 9:30 service from s..

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