Boston is home to a wide variety of churches. Here are a few attended by Navs students and staff:
Aletheia is diverse, growing spiritual family centered on the person and mission of Jesus Christ. Working to build a great city, renewed by the truth, grace, and changing power of the gospel. Sunday at 9:25, 11. and 12:35pm at the Cambridge Y, 820 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge.
Contact Rich Brzoska for more information.
Church of the Cross is an Anglican church which meets at the Ruggles Baptist Church building near South Campus. COTC is a mid-sized church with Sunday services starting at 4:30pm. Service combines liturgical tradition with contemporary worship.
Mosaic Boston is a contemporary Christian community gathering in Brookline with a passion for God, the Bible, and the city. Emphasis on church as family. Services are really simple to focus your attention on what’s most important in Christianity and in life. Contact Stephanie Anakwe for more information.
Park Street Church is one of the oldest churches in Boston. It's located on the Boston Common, just off of the Park Street T stop. PSC is a large church with multiple service times. Traditional services take place at 8:30am and 11am, contemporary worship takes place at 4pm.
Ruggles Baptist Church is a historic church located near South Campus at 874 Beacon Street. Worship services are at 10AM. Contact Anne Sophie for more information.
Redeemer Fellowship Church is a gathering of God’s people (church) in fellowship with one another that revolves around our great Redeemer, Jesus Christ! Here at Redeemer you will find a group of imperfect people trying to follow Christ as we live in community with one another. Worship services are held at 10am in Watertown. Contact Rosie for more information.
CTK Cambridge is a Presbyterian church located near Central Square in Cambridge. It is easily accessed via the MBTA 47 Bus. CTK is a small church populated with a congregation of young families and professionals. Their service, which is both contemporary and liturgical, takes place at 10:30 am.
Hilltop Church meets in Cambridge. It is a diverse community connected to the Justice House of Prayer. Emphasis on prayer, worship, discipleship, evangelism and compassion. Contact Dave Rogers for more information.
Sunday Bethel AME is a richly diverse, Holy-Spirit empowered congregation. Bethel is an African Methodist Episcopal church seeking to love God, love others and invest in local community.
Service Times: 8am & 11am, 38 Walk Hill Street, Jamaica Plain, Boston. Contact Dave for more information.
Reality Church Boston seeks to be a church community following Jesus as a diverse family advancing joy in the city of Boston and beyond. Gathers regularly on Sundays at 10:30 AM at Excel High School in South Boston. Contact Matt and Alex Teal for more information.