Looking for a Church in Boston

Looking for a

Church in Boston

When looking for a Church in Boston, the question needs to be asked “What are you looking for?” If looking for a church to attend while living in Boston is based on which one is closest to your house, then this person is looking for whats convenient for them. If someone looked for a church in Boston based on the ethnicity of the people who attend, then this person is looking for what’s most comfortable to them. If someone is looking for a church in Boston is based on how big the band is and how charismatic the preacher is, then this person is just looking to be entertained on Sunday mornings, not to worship God.

But if your looking for a church in Boston based on your convictions and your answer is something like this: “I’m looking for a church that I see in the Bible. A church that is composed of Totally Committed Christians, only Sold Out Disciples of Jesus as members(ac11:25-26). A church that worships God with all their hearts and are devoted to God, one another, and the Holy Scriptures. One that God is adding to their number. A church that helps people in their daily lives,in areas such as finances, marriage, dating and just simply friendships. A church that believes in meeting together not just on Sundays but represents the FAMILY of God! One that I can find acceptance into, one that will help me grow spiritually!”

Then it doesn’t matter how far it is on the T-line or how much time it takes in the car. It doesn’t matter about the ethnicity, because all are there! Its not about being entertained but being apart of the worship of God!

Then I want to persuade you, encourage you and plead with you to visit the Boston International Christian Church! Inaugural service is September 23rd 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts.

As Jesus said in Matthew 13:44-46
“The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field. When a man found it, he hid it again, and then in his joy went and sold all he had and bought that field. Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant looking for fine pearls. When he found one of great value, he went away and sold everything he had and bought it.”


Coltin Rohn