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  • Join Us For Reading Christian Books & Sharing Time

    Boston Immanuel Church holds Christian Book Club from this week. All who love books and sharing time are welcome. The first book we will read together is ‘The Problem of Pain’ by C.S Lewis. This book will help us to examine the question, “If God is good and all-powerful, why does he allow his creatures to suffer pain?” together. Please feel free to join and share your thoughts. It will encourage all who are searching for the answer to their pains and lives. Date : Mondays 2pm-3pm Location: 22 Concord Ave, Suite 100, Cambridge, MA 02138 For more information, please contact to bostonimmanuelchurch@gmail.com

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  • February 13 | 2018
    Ash Wednesday Service @ 7pm

    Boston Immanuel Church holds Ash Wednesday service at 7 pm on Feb 14 at Immanuel Chapel. We will meditate the passion of Christ more deeply through each service and Bible study during Lent starting from this Wednesday. Please join our service to walk this precious Lenten period together! For more information, please contact to bostonimmanuelchurch@gmail.com

  • August 22 | 2017
    Boston Church Resumes Campus Bible Study Preparing Fall Semester

    Boston Immanuel Church has started active campus evangelism as many students come back to the schools. The church will offer Weekly Bible study on campus for college students and incoming freshmen. Church members pray that the Gospel of Jesus overflows on those campuses nearby the church so many student leaders can be found to expand the Kingdom of God together. ose campuses nearby the church so many student leaders can be found to expand the Kingdom of God together. Harvard Campus Bible study: Thursdays 6pm @ Science Center, Room 116 MIT Campus Bible study: Dewey Library, Room E53-160A.

  • August 22 | 2017
    Boston Members Receive Abundant Grace Through Northeast Summer Retreat 2017

    During August 18-20, members of Boston church attended Northeast Summer Retreat in Dover, New York and received abundant grace. Themed “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”(Romans 5:8), the retreat messages focused on the book of Romans 5-8. All attendants meditated the meaning of justification in Jesus and the path of sanctification and the dream of the Kingdom of God. One of attendant shared, “The book of Romans gives me a great strength to walk this path of faith with a clear understanding my identity in Jesus. I wish to sharpen my spiritual weapons continuously even after the retreat so I can win the race of faith following Jesus.”