We're going to begin meeting bi-monthly as CG leaders for a time of prayer, worship, training, and sharing. Please make it a priority to make this first meeting as a CG leader or apprentice (hosts are welcome but not required)! RSVP Here.
As a part of our ongoing relationship with Steps to Success, CoaH will be helping throw a back-to-school BBQ and school supply drive for students and families who live in Brookline public housing.
In addition to the cookout, bouncy houses and face painting, there will be popcorn, sno cones, cotton candy, a raffle, and all sorts of recreational games!!
Our Member Class is designed to give those interested a more in depth look at who we are as a church, what we believe, and how we go to where we are today through God’s grace. This class is taught by one of our pastors and usually is around 4 hours long.
This class is required for anyone who wants to become a covenant member at City on a Hill, however attending the class does not mean you have to become a member.
City on a Hill’s third annual Art Adventure will be July 14-16 (Monday-Wednesday) from 9AM-Noon!
Each child will take home a little project each day, and will work on a larger project to take home at the end of the event. All the children will also collectively work on one large art project for the adventure as a whole.
In addition to arts and crafts projects, we’ll have time for recreation, music, Bible-based teaching, and a FREE LUNCH.
Join us Friday nights in July (except the 4th) to enjoy some good family friendly movies to help create community in the town of Brookline. We’ve partnered with the town of Brookline to host three FREE movie nights on July 11th, 18th, & 25th.
- July 11 - Frozen
- July 18 - The Lego Movie
- July 25 - The Incredibles
Pub & Theology is an event that we do several times throughout the year to provide an opportunity for thoughtful lectures and discussions on spiritual topics. These events are specifically formatted for Christians, non-Christians, skeptics, and seekers. Bring a friend and grab a beer. Appetizers are on us.
The format is a 15-20 minute talk, with a short break, and a 20-30 minute Q&A session.
The Landsdowne Pub in Fenway is the typical venue:
9 Landsdowne St.
Boston, MA 02215
Topic: Is God Necessary for Human Flourishing
Speaker: Dan Dewit - Dan is the Dean of Boyce College in Louisville, KY. He holds a Ph.D. from Southern Seminary and is the author of the new book called Jesus of Nothing.