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  • Boston Church Holds Daily Online Prayer Meeting Toward Pentecost

    Starting the month of May, Boston Immanuel Church has held daily online prayer meeting at 7pm EST. Attendants will meditate the short message from the book of Romans and pray for several prayer topics for an hour. As many people are suffering due to COVID-19, the church hopes to gather the power of prayers to go through this difficult time with the power of the Holy Spirit. Whoever wants to join can contact bostonimmanuelchurch@gmail.com for more information.

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  • April 18 | 2020
    Boston Church Holds Virtual Sunday Service from Easter!

    Boston Immanuel will continue to have virtual weekly service from this Easter. Even though we are apart physically during the coronavirus pandemic, we will not cease our efforts to be united and spiritual growth in the Word of God and love of our Lord Jesus. On Easter day, we meditate the power of resurrection in Jesus through John 11:25-26. Jesus died for our sin on the cross, but gave us the eternal life through resurrection. Even though many situations are uncertain and frustrating, we will hold the promise of God that will bring all of us to eternal good through all circumstances and we give thanks to God for His love already confirmed on the calvary through His Son. Please…

  • March 29 | 2020
    Facebook Page Newly Launched

    Boston Immanuel Church has launched new facebook church page to hold online services and Bible study program. Detailed information will be announced soon. The church encourages members to continue to meditate Lenten devotionals and join online services. Members will pray together to breakthrough mission and be deeper in their personal relationship with God during the current difficult time of quarantine.

  • January 9 | 2020
    Boston Church Offers the First Sunday Service with New Hope

    On January 5, Boston Immanuel Church offered a graceful Sunday service to God with the message titled, “Be fruitful and increase in number” from Genesis 1:28-28. The preacher delivered the sermon and explained the meaning of being fruitful, the first commandment from God to Adam. Jesus became the first fruit in humanity(Col 1:15) and we should keep this commandment of God following Jesus. Being fruitful means having a right relationship with God, we call it faith, in other words, the loving relationship. And to be a fruitful person who loves God, we need to know God’s love first. As God is the perfect love(Matt 5:48) and he loved us first before we love him(1 John 4:19). When we look at…