Aug
26
10:30 AM10:30

Serve Sunday - NO Worship Gathering, serve within Missional Families

We believe a church should be known for what it gives to the community not what it takes from the community. Consequently, we dedicate one Sunday each month to love our neighbors and our community in light of the way God has so richly first loved us. 

We serve within the context of our Missional Families, so if you are not yet connected to a Missional Family please let us know if you're interested: info@hubchurchboston.com

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Sep
2
10:30 AM10:30

Missional Family Sunday Gathering (Locations TBD)

Due to scheduling with hotel, we will not be able to meet at Aloft Hotel this week.  Missional Families will be informally worshipping together.  More details on time/location TBD.

If you're not currently connected to a Missional Family, this is a great opportunity get to know some others in the church family outside of Sunday mornings.  

Please contact us at info@hubchurchboston.com to get connected to one of our smaller gatherings on this Sunday. 

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Sep
9
10:30 AM10:30

CELEBRATION SUNDAY!

To kickoff our "new year" starting in September, we take a Sunday to celebrate what God has done in and through the life of Hub Church over the past year and pray for the upcoming year.  Join us at 10:30am for our gathering.  For more details, see our Sunday Gathering page. 

Anyone is welcome to join for Prayer from 9:45-10:00am as we pray for our neighborhood, church, and service.

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Aug
19
10:30 AM10:30

Prayer Walking; NO Sunday morning gathering

Due to scheduling conflicts with Aloft Hotel, we will not be able to gather for next 3 Sunday mornings.  This is a blessing in that it gives us a reminder that the church is not about a building or an event, but being a Family together united by Faith in Jesus.  

If you've been gathering with us over past couple months, we've been going through Nehemiah (catch-up on messages through our website or via iTunes podcasts @hubchurchboston).  Since we won't be gathering, we'll still be continuing through Nehemiah in other forms of gathering.  We'll continue with Nehemiah 9:

Nehemiah 9 finds the Israelites confessing “their sins and the wickedness of their fathers” (ie: those in their community who had come before them) (Neh. 9:2). Yet the scene is not of individualistic repentance and confession. There is a large-scale, organized, community dimension, yet powerfully and organically directed by the Spirit of God. For a quarter of the day people listen to the Scriptures read and explained; for another quarter of the day they commit themselves to confession and worship. The corporate prayer in which they are led is in large measure a review of their family history as God’s people. It highlights the repeated cycles of doubt, distrust and disobedience into which the people had fallen, but more importantly the repeated willingness and ability of God to restore them. The heart of the people’s confession is found in Nehemiah 9:33: “In all that has happened to us, you (God) have been just; you have acted faithfully, while we did wrong.”

Sunday Aug 19 - THIS WEEKEND

We will not have a morning Gathering at Aloft Hotel, but Everyone please join for a Prayer Walk on Sunday at 4:30pm at M St Park in South Boston (corner of M St & E Broadway).  If any change due to weather, we will send email and post on website.

Pastor Charlie will be walking us through a time of prayer based on Nehemiah 9: Confession -- spending time asking God to reveal areas of your life in which you have or are doubting, distrusting and disobeying God, knowing that “if we confess our sins, God is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” (1 John 1:9)
 

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