Membership Reaffirmation

Membership reaffirmation, intended to be completed annually, is important because it serves as a meaningful reminder of the commitments we have made to one another before the Lord, and because it helps us—amid the dynamic and ever-changing context of Boston—to keep our membership roll up to date. Knowing who are active members is critical for understanding our shepherding needs and relevant for decision-making in many areas. We are asking all members to reaffirm or update their membership status this month via the survey linked below.

Members were sent a letter from Mark Booker about reaffirmation via email earlier today. If you are a member and didn’t receive that email, you can read Mark’s letter here. Also, if you didn’t receive the email it means we don’t have the right email address for you! If that’s the case, please email [email protected] with your updated email address.

Members can fill out the survey here.

New Testament Palestinian Names: Christian Formation Class

SUN, FEB 19 | after all services | TBD

Data Science Perspective on New Testament Palestinian Names – New Affirmation, New Insights

A database of several thousand names of Palestinian Jewish men and women around the time of Jesus was recently published, allowing New Testament scholars to compare New Testament data against this database. Their findings affirm the historical accuracy of the Gospels and Acts, statistically speaking. Such study of names also enable us to know more about some New Testament characters including Cleopas, Joanna, Paul, Thomas, Jesus’ family, and others. Dr. David Tam will be presenting a lecture on this new affirmation and insight SUN, FEB 19, after all three services. Dr. Tam, a former Gordon College Bible professor, studied New Testament and Judaism at Duke University after receiving the M. Div. degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
Location TBD. Please register using the button below.

Jesus, Asia and Boston: Christian Formation Class

SUN, JAN 22, 29 & FEB 5 | after all services | Granary Room (after 11:00 AM), Fellowship Hall (After 8:00 AM & 4:00 PM)

Explore the untapped roots from the early church in Asia that can refresh our spiritual life today in Boston.

Where do you look to find spiritual refreshment today? Join us for an informal, interactive, 3-week exploration of some untapped roots from Asian believers in the early church, on SUN JAN 22, 29, and FEB 5 after each service. We’ll dig into how Asian Christians viewed prayer, the word and mission, consider implications for our lives in Boston, and hopefully refresh our vision for the church’s engagement today in society. No registration is required.

College Lunches Resume

SUN, JAN 22 | 12:30 PM | Sky Room
If you’re a college student, we want to know you! Join us every week for lunch, fellowship and discussion. Contact: [email protected].

Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices Baby Bottle Drive

Pick up a baby bottle located in the rear of the sanctuary this Sunday to support Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices (BCPC). After you’ve filled your bottle, please turn it in at the Ockenga Lobby reception desk by SUN, FEB 12.

Questions? Contact [email protected]. Every coin helps!

Premarital Workshop

SAT, JAN 28 | 9:00 AM–4:00 PM | Park Street Church
Thinking of getting married or already engaged? Join us for a one day workshop that will help you assess the strength and growth areas of your relationship. Each couple will take an assessment and will walk through the results with ‘Prepare Enrich’ certified instructor Melonie Letaw. The cost is $60 per couple and includes the assessment, lunch, snacks, and printed materials.

Please register here.

Divorced or Separated?

THU, JAN 5–THU, MAR 30 | 6:30 PM  | Online
Find hope and healing at PSC DivorceCare. Meetings take place Thursdays online at 6:30 PM.

To register, email[email protected]

Details about these and other events can be found on the events page!