Online Worship 網上崇拜
Service begins at 11:00am Sunday morning
- Online Giving
- Children & Youth
- Community Groups
- COVID-19 Response
- Xmas Album
Thank you for your partnership. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that we may prayerfully adjust our giving. For some, we may choose to give less. For others, we may decide to give more. Whatever your gift, thank you for your partnership.
Join us after service at 11:45 am to connect, share, and pray together. Zoom link
Join us as we intercede for the church, our city, and our nation.
If you need prayer, please fill out this form and our prayer team will pray for you.
- each week to help your family worship experience. Your child can use this page from their computer or tablet to worship. Family worship is as simple as gathering the whole family to:
- SING praises to our God through online videos
- READ/LISTEN to the Lesson – Read the passage and follow along the lesson video.
- PRAY – Follow the prayer guide outlined in the lesson section.
For youth programming, the Newton youth ministry meets online on Sunday mornings at 10 am and on Friday evenings at 7 pm. Visit the BCEC Newton Students website for more information.
We encourage you to get connected through our “community groups”, which meets bi-weekly for the study of scripture, prayer, and fellowship.
If you are interested in joining a community group, you can sign up here.
The COVID-19 coronavirus has wreaked havoc on our daily lives, as much of Greater Boston has shut down. Some individuals have been impacted physically and financially. Therefore, our church will collect a special offering over the next three Sundays (April 5, 12 and 19) for the Boston Resiliency Fund, created by the City of Boston.
Priorities of this fund include providing access to food for various at-risk populations, technology to Boston Public School students for remote learning, and support to first responders and health care workers who are on the frontlines fighting this pandemic.
To donate to Boston Relief Fund or learn about more ways to practically care for our communities, click here.