When it comes to celebrating Easter, the resurrection is the clue to look back at the cross more closely. While to the normal bystander the whole scene looked like the tragic end to an otherwise promising itinerant rabbi’s ministry, it was so much more for those who slow down and look deeper.
CoaH Brookline member, Kim Park, shares what the Lord taught her through last year's women's retreat and encourages the women of CoaH to join us April 13-14 for the 2018 Women's Retreat as we focus on going deeper in our relationships with God and with others.
The launch of CoaH Somerville is a truly exciting development in the life of City on a Hill! As we go from being one church to a network of two neighborhood churches, it is encouraging to think about all God will do in the years ahead.
If we really want to see reconciled relationships across racial and ethnic lines in our community, we have to become friends with people unlike us such that we are invited into their homes. If we do this in the church, we'll see an incredible change in our midst. If we do it with those in our community, we will breed trust that invites people to join us and investigate our faith and life together.
In case you weren't able to make it to the Adoption Seminar in November, here are the talks that were shared. We hope they will encourage you to consider and pray about how you might be a part of caring for vulnerable children in Boston!
There are more than 420,000 youth in the U.S. foster care system today, and more than 9,000 of those kids and teenagers are in Massachusetts. Join us for the Adoption Seminar on Saturday, November 4th to discuss how the CoaH family can serve children and families through foster care, adoption, and mentorship.
Some of us may be feeling a little tired or lazy to sign up for the retreat, but we have a great retreat speaker lined up and lots of fun activities planned! Check out 5 Reasons Why You Should Go to the Retreat on this week's blog!
At City on a Hill, we love college students and desire to see them reach their campus through being connected to a local church. Aaron Peters, our College Director, shares several ways college students can plug into the CoaH community this fall!
How did you first find CoaH? Was it a T-ad? Maybe the invitation of a friend? Through the BIG move or receiving a granola bar? All of these are ways that people connect with CoaH but one other way (and one central to all of them) is online.
This week in CoaH Kids the pre-K and 1st-3rd grade classes did part 2 of the general epistles, learning how walking with Jesus changes our lives! The 2-3 year old class continued wit their lesson for the month of July, learning that there is only one God!