3/18-3/20/2016: Out of a Far Country

Christopher Yuan, was an unbelieving gay man involved with drugs and is now a Bible teacher and Christian author/speaker. His parents will also come to share their own journey from brokenness to hope and healing.

FRI , 3/18, 7:30pm

Location: 249 Harrison Ave.
Speaker: Chris Yuan (English only)
Topic: Homo-sexuality: Nature or Nurture
Location: 120 Shawmut Ave.
Leon and Angela Yuan (Mand. and Cant.)
Topic: Ordinary Parents, Extraordinary Father

SAT. 3/19, 7:00pm

Location: 249 Harrison Ave.
Speaker: Chris Yuan (English only)
1. Homo-sexuality: Texts and Hermeneutics
2. A Christian Response to Homo-sexuality

Christopher Yuan will also be preaching and the parents sharing at the four worship services in Chinatown. Special arrangements are being made for the three Newton worship services.

10/18 Town Hall Meeting


To ensure an efficient Annual Meeting, the next Town Hall meeting will be held on Sunday, Oct. 18, 1:30pm- 2:30pm at Newton campus Fellowship Hall. Church leaders will be available to answer a variety of questions related to the Annual Meeting agenda in Cantonese, Mandarin, or English.

SRC Child Sponsorship

Uganda is a small country located in East Africa. More than half of its population is under the age of 15, and 96% of the children are vulnerable to abuse in their own households, schools, and communities. This year BCEC continues to partner with World Vision to support the Minakulu, Uganda Area Development Program through child sponsorship. To sponsor a child, please apply in person in the lobby of 249 Harrison Avenue on Father’s Day (6/21) or do so online at this website anytime this month: www.worldvision.org/bcec


Boston Hope @ BCEC

As the Ebola outbreak continues to unfold in West Africa, health care facilities have been overwhelmed by the number of those in need of care. This has forced many families to become Caregivers to loved ones suffering from the disease. This year, BCEC is partnering with World Vision to prepare Ebola Caregiver Kits for communities in Sierra Leone where there remains an urgent need for supplies to help prevent the spread of the disease. Our church wide goal is to raise $11,000 to sponsor 300+ Caregiver Kits ($30 each). We will collect donations on Sundays: April 26 and May 3. We will build caregiver kits on May 17, with preparation on May 15.

Easter 2015

Good Friday Services (April 3)

Please join us to remember the suffering and crucifixion of Christ at the following services:

English service:
• 7:15pm, Chinatown campus – Josiah Quincy Elementary School Auditorium.
Temporary parking permits available at welcome table. No child care available.

Chinese service (Cantonese & Mandarin):
• 7:30pm, Newton Campus.
Children’s program (age 4-12) available. No nursery care available.

Get directions to our Chinatown and Newton locations

Easter Sunday service (April 5)

7 services available in 3 languages at multiple locations:

English Sunday Services

9:15 AM – Chinatown Campus (Josiah Quincy Elementary School Auditorium)
11:00 AM – Newton Campus

Cantonese Sunday Services

9:15 AM – Newton Campus
11:00 AM – Chinatown Campus (Main Church Sanctuary)
11:15 AM – Chinatown Campus (Josiah Quincy Elementary School Auditorium)

Mandarin Sunday Services

9:15 AM – Chinatown Campus (Main Church Sanctuary)
11:15 AM – Newton Campus

Get directions to our Chinatown and Newton locations

Church Staff Positions (Mar. 2015)

(Update 03/28/15) BCEC has 2 open full-time positions for Newton English Assistant to the Pastor and Chinatown English Director of Discipleship. If interested, please contact Terri Mock at bod.personnel@bcec.net.

We are also looking for a part-time Chinatown Mandarin Intern. Contact Pastor Andy Su at andy.su@bcec.net if interested.

Please visit www.bcec.net/jobs for more information.