Welcome to the Boston Church of Christ!  What began in 1979 with 30 devoted disciples of Jesus has grown into a congregation of over 2,000 today.  Back then our mission was to courageously lead people to full devotion to Christ—with the Bible as our guide.  Today our mission remains the same.  We are just as committed now to helping each other lead lives devoted to Jesus, and helping people from all backgrounds develop their spiritual lives.

Regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey, we’re sure you’ll find our congregation welcoming, and our teaching inspiring and relevant to your life.  Whether you’re interested in coming to one of our services, attending one of our special events or meeting with a small group of Christians in your community, we hope that you will give us the opportunity to meet you.

If you have questions not answered here please contact a member of our our ministry staff.  If there is something we can personally help you with, feel free to contact us at any time.

We believe that God has determined the exact times and places for us to live so that we could reach out to Him and find Him, and that Jesus is the only way to come into a true relationship with God. Our teaching is centered on the life, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. We believe that at conversion every disciple shares in Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection through their own faith, repentance, and baptism. His timeless teachings call every man and woman to follow Him.


The Bible is the standard for our lives and every member of our congregation is encouraged to be devoted to read, study, and apply the Bible to their every-day life. Although written thousands of years ago, the Scriptures are inspired by God and have tremendous relevance for our 21st-century lives.

What are your services like?


People describe our church services as worshipful, energetic, and loving.  Service typically lasts about 90 minutes and includes plenty of singing/worship, a reflective communion message, and a life-guiding Bible based sermon.

What is expected of first-time visitors?


Nothing.  You are sure to meet warm, friendly people at our services, but you won’t be singled out.  And don’t feel obligated to give to our weekly offering or participate in communion unless you want to.  There are no expectations for you as a guest.

What should I wear?


When you come to our service you will find people wearing everything from jeans to suits.  Please wear what makes you feel comfortable worshipping God. We believe you’ll feel completely welcome—whether you’re casually dressed or in your “Sunday best.”

Can I take communion?


Again, there is no expectation that you participate in communion as a guest.  However, if you want to take communion at our services, you are more than welcome to do so.

What about my kids?


We want to make sure that both children and adults enjoy an encouraging and inspiring time each Sunday.  During worship services, we offer a children's program for infants through 6th grade, allowing parents to attend the worship service while children enjoy an age-appropriate time of learning and fun.

How do I become a member?


We believe that the church is simply a body of believers who have become true followers of Jesus.  If you want to be a part of this church, the first step is to study the Bible to find out what Jesus expects of his followers. To set up a personal Bible study or to attend a group Bible study in your neighborhood, contact a member or someone near your geographic location. We meet throughout the Boston area in several locations, and you can get more information by contacting someone in your area by selecting. Locations.

Our church services are worshipful, energetic and loving. Service typically lasts about 90 minutes and includes plenty of singing, worship, a reflective communion message and a life-guiding sermon. Wear what you feel comfortable worshipping God in. We believe you’ll feel completely welcome -- whether you’re casually dressed or in your “Sunday best.”


We want both the children and adults to enjoy an encouraging and inspiring time, so during worship services each worship center offers a Kingdom Kids program for infants-4th grade, and a pre-teen program for grades 5th-6th. This allows you to attend the worship service while your children enjoy an age-appropriate time of learning and fun.


Communion is a time  of remembrance where we reflect on the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus. If you are visiting there is no expectation that you participate in communion as a guest.  However, if you want to take communion at our services, you are more than welcome to do so.


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WHY THE BOSTON CHURCH OF CHRIST?

We are Bible Based.

This may sound obvious--and many churches claim it--but for us the Bible is the center of everything we believe and do.

We are a "Big Church" and a "Small Church".

We're a large church with a total attendance of over 2,500 on Sundays, but we meet in eight locations throughout the Boston area. "Big Church" means there are plenty of programs and a vibrant youth, campus, and singles ministry. "Small Church" means you'll get to know the people you are worshiping with, as well as find a small group neighborhood Bible study.

We are Diverse.

We are one of the only churches in the Boston area to have a truly diverse, multi-cultural membership.

What to Expect on Your Visit

The Services

Our church services are worshipful, energetic and loving. Service typically lasts about 90 minutes and includes plenty of singing/worship, a reflective communion message and a life-guiding sermon.

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What to Wear

When you come to our service you will find people wearing everything from jeans to suits. Please wear what you feel comfortable worshipping God in. We believe you’ll feel completely welcome -- whether you’re casually dressed or in your “Sunday best.”

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Children's Ministry

Our children represent one of the greatest blessings of the Boston Church of Christ. As followers of Jesus, we take to heart God’s desire to “bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4). Building faith and instilling Biblical convitions starts at home, and...

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Communion

Communion is a time of remembrance where we reflect on the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus and its impact on our lives. As we commune with God as a fellowship, we also reflect on our relationships to one another. If you are visiting there is no expectation that you participate in commun...

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