Ring in 2017 at our New Year's Eve prayer vigil and dinner on Saturday, December 31st at 9pm. We'll be joined by the other PM congregations and hope to see you there!
Let's celebrate Christmas together! Join us on Sunday, December 25th from 12:30-1pm for our Christmas day service, followed by a potluck lunch.
Save the Date for the Christmas Banquet 2016, a Collaborative between CTK and Starlight Ministries for a special Christmas dinner for people who are experiencing homelessness. Dec 10, 12-2:30pm. This is an opportunity for us to work together to share with our neighbors without homes the joy of Christmas and the love of Jesus. Volunteer and contribution opportunities can be found here.
East End House’s Holiday Programs provide a great way for individuals, families, and community groups to give back during the holiday season. Whether by volunteering, participating in the Holiday Drive, or "Adopting a Family", there are many ways that you can help contribute. For more information please contact Catharine Downs.
The city of Cambridge is searching for a new director for the Amigos-Cambridgeport Community School, which runs the after-school programs in the Amigos School K-8 building, 15 Upton Street, Cambridge. The program is especially interested in qualified bilingual English-Spanish candidates. The Amigos-Cambridgeport Community School director has a large impact on kids' experiences, supports working families, and is an important part of the bilingual community at Amigos. See the job listing here for more details.
Bring your smiles to the social hall after church this Sunday, November 27th! Stephen Thrasher will be taking pictures of the people in the church, as a way to connect faces and names. If you have any questions, contact email@example.com.
Safety Notice: Our church is in an urban place, and we sometimes encounter some of the brokenness of the city. We’ve experienced theft, found needles on the property, and confronted other occasional unpleasant things. We especially want to remind those of you who are parents to be mindful of where your kids are and what they are getting into. Please let a deacon, elder or church staff member if you see anything that concerns you.
The church held a Congregational Meeting on November 5, 2016 to elect elders and deacons. All of the candidates for elder and deacon were elected by a large majority. New elders: Tim Carter, Cambridge; Eric Chang, Roslindale/West Roxbury; Manny Johnson, JP/Roxbury; Leonard Layne, Cambridge; Richard Lee, Roslindale/West Roxbury; Aaron Roffel, Newton. New deacon: Matt Hunter, Cambridge. Congratulations to our new church officers!
My name is Kelly Pereira. I have been a member at CTK for 2 years and I'm looking for work as a nanny. I have previous experience working with children. This opportunity will help me improve my English. If interested please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All are invited to join the PM congregation for a Thanksgiving Celebration on Thursday, November 24 at 5pm in the Social Hall. We will be having a time of prayer at the sanctuary and fellowship by eating a meal together in the social hall. For more information see the event flyer here.
Don't forget to turn your clocks back! Sunday, November 6th marks the end of Daylight Savings.
Calling All Singers! We are putting together an a cappella choir to sing several Advent selections during the service on Sunday, December 4. The first rehearsal will take place on Saturday, November 12, at 11:15am in the sanctuary. If you are interested in lending your voice, please email email@example.com.
On Saturday October 22nd, we will have the first Worship Service in Spanish, with the theme: "Uno en Cristo", as we start a new challenge in preaching the gospel to the Spanish speaking community. All are invited to join in this special occasion. In addition, we extend the invitation to those interested in helping as volunteers in this project. For more information please see the event flyer or contact Pastor Leandro.
With so many injustices happening in our world it is hard to know where to begin. The Bible clearly values justice on many different issues. But how do we move towards living more justly in our day to day? Join Justice Day Boston on October 21-22 at Park Street Church. The event will present materials from the national Justice Conference sponsored by World Relief and include local leaders engaged in the issues of our city. We hope you will discover new ways of thinking about Biblical justice, engage with your community and celebrate justice as we worship together. For more information contact Brenda Souto.
Mrs. Nancy Booher, MNA director for ESL Ministries is coming to Boston on October 28-29 for an ESL Seminar. Nancy directs the ESL program at Chapelgate, Ellicott City, MD and the seminar combines practical advice and tips for teaching non-English speakers. Please RSVP to Tom Hudson as soon as possible if interested in participating.
CTK offers beginner, intermediate, and advanced ESL classes on Monday evenings at 7:00pm throughout the school year. Classes are open to anyone in our church and community. ESL is a cooperative ministry between our AM and PM congregations, and we are looking for volunteers to participate. If you have any interest (no experience necessary!) in helping out, or if you or someone you know have questions about attending, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. To register for classes click here!