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  • Neighbors Connecting with Neighbors

    Civic Stewardship

    We value spending time hanging out on a neighbor’s front porch or at the community garden getting to know one another. Building trust, friendship, and creating a shared vision for the neighborhood is key to our future.

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  • Building Blocks for our Community

    Leadership Development

    A strong community is one where neighbors young and old are empowered to lead and make decisions for their own future. Today, over 40 neighbors are involved in leadership positions.

    Youth in Leadership
  • Making our Neighborhood Beautiful

    Community Beautification

    Neighbors and volunteers work together to improve the community corner-by-corner to be the place where we all want to live, work, worship, and play. New gardens, parks, benches, and flowers are popping up everywhere.

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  • Youth Retreats out of the Community

    Spiritual Growth

    We partner with local churches to offer neighbors Bible studies, Gospel events, and spiritual retreats with staff and volunteers who love and follow Jesus.

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  • So much more than just peace

    God’s Shalom

    It’s the big picture vision for our community; one filled with secure streets, healthy relationships, and a thriving local economy. A place where neighbors share meals together, children laugh and play freely, and the elderly are honored. God’s peace is fully known here and experienced by all.

    Our Mission

Give

Your gift today will impact a life and a neighborhood for many years to come.

Volunteer

Join us by investing in a young person’s life, a community project, or by sharing your skills.

Community Impact

This is our story about community change created by neighbors and volunteers.

Our Motivation

Love and Truth in Action.

“We know what real love is because Jesus gave up his life for us. So we also ought to give up our lives for our brothers and sisters. If someone has enough money to live well and sees a brother or sister in need but shows no compassion—how can God’s love be in that person? Dear children, let’s not merely say that we love each other; let us show the truth by our actions.” I John 3:16-18
Recent Blog Posts
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA CCDA Principle: Relocation (4/16/2014) by TBPMAdmin - This is our first post from an 8-part series on the principles of CCDA (Christian Community Development Association), and how they apply to our ministry context in Boston.   By Liz Cressy  In the Bible, John writes “The Word (Jesus) became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighborhood” (John 1:14, The Message). Jesus’ example inspires us. Relocation is about being present. It is neither paternalistic nor about moving people, rather it is an “unconditional commitment to a particular neighborhood.” […]
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