Join the congregation at CTK Newton for their particularization service this Sunday at 4pm. The service will be held at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 258 Concord Street, Newton, MA. Come celebrate with our brothers and sisters in Newton. For more information, visit their website.
We’re looking for a volunteer to be our Liaison for Overseas Partners. This person would communicate directly with our partners in ministry overseas, receiving their correspondence, and delivering periodic updates to the congregation. If you’re interested in serving in this way, please email email@example.com.
Furnished bedroom available for a female roommate in beautiful 2 bedroom East Arlington duplex for the summer months (flexible May - August). The house is on a quiet tree-lined street and the neighborhood is highly walkable. Ideal for commuting, it is a 5 minute walk to the Arlington Greenway/Bike Path and a 10 minute walk to Alewife T. Rent is $1,300 per month. Utilities, parking and laundry are included. There are two dogs that live in the apartment. Please contact Marnie Nair if interested: 619-573-7848 (text) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rachel Price is a grad student at MIT who’s been a member at CTK for a little over 4 years now. She’s looking for two new (preferably female) roommates for an apartment in East Cambridge starting Sept 1. The rooms are roughly $900/month for the smaller room and $1000/month for the larger room. The apartment is on the smaller side, but was recently renovated with a new kitchen and is only a 10-15 minute walk from Kendall Square/MIT. If you’re interested, please contact her at rprice@MIT.edu with any questions.
Park Street School is currently seeking an Elementary Associate Teacher and possibly preschool teachers as well. Anyone who is interested can email email@example.com for job descriptions and application instructions. You can also see the Schoolspring.com post here: https://www.schoolspring.com/job.cfm?jid=3099123
CTK member Yuxi Wang is renting out her 2-bedroom split-style apartment on the border of Back Bay and Fenway. There are on-site laundry and bike storage, all set in a professionally managed elevator building with heat, hot water, and free wifi (included with rent). The rent will be $2250 per month and the space will be available on 9/1/2019. Contact Yuxi to learn more.
Parents, in our children’s worship classes this coming Sunday, kids will be decorating cookies as part of their project for the Resurrection of the Body unit of the Apostles’ Creed. If you have any allergy concerns for your child, please escort your child downstairs and check in with Lara Kastelein to make sure everything served is safe for your child.
Joel Mertens, an elder in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Natchitoches, Louisiana, is looking for housing for his daughter, who is about to graduate from the University of North Texas with a Harp Performance degree. She is planning to attend Boston University this fall to pursue her masters degree in Harp Performance and would like to find a place to live in Cambridgeport or Allston. If you have any information, please contact Joel via email or at 318-214-8037.
Help teach the next generation and consider being a teacher or assistant in Children's Sunday School this summer (from 8:45-9:45am). Curriculum is provided and we can work around your travel plans. Please contact Dana for more information.
The members of Christ the King Presbyterian Church, Grace Presbyterian Church and Boston North Presbyterian Church are called to a Congregational Meeting on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 11:45 AM at Christ the King Presbyterian Church, 99 Prospect Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts for the purpose of releasing Rev. Bradley Barnes from his pastoral call with the church.
Tom Pinotti and his wife and two daughters (friends of CTK alums, the McFaddens) are seeking a short term rental in the general area surrounding Brookline/Back Bay during June while one of his daughters has a surgical procedure at Boston Children’s. The surgery is currently scheduled for Wed, June 12 at BCH and they anticipate being in Boston for 3-4 weeks (June 9-July 1). With this extended stay, we’d prefer to being in a stand-alone home/condo/apt vs hotel or shared housing (ie Ronald McDonald house). If you have any information, please email Tom.
The Veritas Forum is recruiting for a Freelance Grant Writer. The Veritas Forum is a fast-growing, strategic ministry that partners with students, faculty and campus ministers to engage universities and the broader public square with life’s big questions. The Veritas Forum puts the Christian faith in dialogue with other beliefs and invites participants from all backgrounds to pursue Truth. Last year, over 120 universities across 10 countries hosted a flagship Veritas Forum. To see the job description, click here.
The deacons will lead spring cleaning/projects at the church this Saturday, June 15th, from 9am to 12pm. The deacons will have a list of areas and tasks. We invite you to join for however long you are able. We'll gather at 9am to divide and conquer. If you have any question, contact Erin Frey.
The RUF staff at Harvard, BU, and MIT will be running a Summer RUF for all college students who are in the Boston area for the summer from June 2 through August 9. They will meet on Tuesdays for a time of worship from 7-8pm, followed by a time to hang out. This event is for college students only (grad students should see what bible studies are at their grad schools). For more information, contact Serena Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Taylor Kim is a junior at Boston University and will be working as a legal aid at a law firm in Cambridge. Taylor is looking for housing from July 1st to August 31st — a room to rent, a studio, or one bedroom apartment to sublet. If you have any leads, please contact email@example.com or 415-747-9661.
Tess Stogner is a soon-to-be UNC grad looking for work in the Boston area. The majority of her coursework has been writing-intensive, so she’s interested in anything related to PR, communications, networking, publicity and publishing. She has experience working in the outdoor industry, in retail and in education, and is involved with two non-profit organizations on campus. If you know of any opportunities, please contact Tess.
Parents: As we strive to be more intentional helping kids transition from Children’s Worship classes to being in the entire service, on May 12 the sermon worksheet will receive a makeover tailored to 3rd - 5th Graders. The new worksheet will be available up front at the passing of the peace. Note, extra copies or borrow bags will not be in the foyer at the start of the service (though once Children’s Worship ends mid-June alternate materials will be available for those kids to use during the preaching in the summer months).