JP/Roxbury Apartment

Roommate needed: A member of CTK Roxbury is leaving Boston and helping her landlord find a new tenant for the room. It will be a room within a 3 bedroom apartment (so the person will share the apartment with 2 other people, who are women). The rent will be $850/month (not including utilities). Utilities  (gas, electric and Comcast internet) are shared 3 ways between the roommates.
Persons interested can email the landlord:  Here is the craigslist ad.

Boston rental

Available for rent on April 1: Partly furnished apartment on Charlesgate East (Boylston and Mass Ave).  Two bedrooms, full kitchen and bathroom, and laundry in basement, and an elevator in building.  Rent covers heat, water, and wifi, and there are ample free parking spots on the street.  A 3-5 minutes walking distance to Berklee, Prudential Center, Hynes Convention T Station (Green Line T), Newbury Street.  $2200 per month.  Contact Yuxi Wang for more information.

Cambridgeport Sublet

Sublet needed for Cambridgeport apartment from April 1 to September 1, with an option of signing onto a year lease starting September. Located just a 10 minute walk to Central Sq T station and 12 minute walk to Harvard Sq. Close to Trader Joe's and Whole Foods. Washer and dryer on sight. Rent is $832 a month, including utilities. Seeking a female Christian roommate to occupy one private bedroom in shared apartment with three Christian women. Please contact Ellen for more information.

IFH Job Opportunity

Do you enjoy making delicious food? Do you love caring for and serving people? Are you interested in learning about other cultures? Do you have an interest in playing a key role in a diverse community? The International Fellowship House is currently seeking a part-time Kitchen Manager and Cook (20-25 hours/week). Combine your passion for serving others with your passion for food! Read the job description here and apply online

Tuesday AM Prayer Meeting

A small group meets together for morning prayers on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30am in the church social hall. Coffee and bagels or pastries are provided.  You are welcome if you need prayer, also if you would like simply to learn to pray. Attendance from beginning to end is not required. Some arrive late, some leave early. Come help us pray. Feel free to contact the Church Office if you have any questions. 

Women Together: Bethany Jenkins

The women of CTK Boston are invited to a talk by Bethany Jenkins on "Hospitality and Hope in a Relationally-Fragmented World" on Saturday, April 7 from 10-11:30am in the church social hall. Bethany works for the Veritas Forum, splitting her time between New York City and Cambridge, and is a regular writer for The Gospel Coalition. Registration by April 1 is required for this event. To register visit:

Being Human Adult Ed

Join us for our current Adult Ed series: Being Human.  Nathan Barczi will teach a class developing a biblical and theological understanding of what it means to be human, with application to many of the ethical questions covered in our summer “hot topics” series.  We will explore how complex issues of identity, desire, and vocation are drawn together and addressed in the Christian doctrines of the trinity, creation, incarnation, resurrection, the church, and the image of God.  The class will run February 11 - April 15.  Please note, there will be no Adult Ed or Sunday School on Easter (April 1).  Recordings of past classes are available here.

Simon Oliver Lecture: Creation, Modernity, and Public Theology

On April 26 at 7pm, join us at CTK Cambridge for an evening with Simon Oliver, Professor of Theology and Canon Theologian at Durham, UK, as he discusses questions raised in his new book Creation: A Guide for the Perplexed. Dr. Oliver argues that shifts in the understanding of God, creation, and science that took place in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries have rendered the notion of “creation” unintelligible, and have given rise to scientism - the view that the natural sciences are the only means of accessing truth. Dr. Oliver will explore how a recovery of the doctrine of creation bears relevance for many of today’s cultural concerns.  RSVP here and email Nathan Barczi if you have any questions.