Where we live, work, worship, and play
Celebrating our Connections
The Boston Project in partnership with the Talbot-Norfolk Triangle Neighbors United hosts several large community events each year that bring neighbors together to work, play, and celebrate! While each event is unique in its purpose, they provide opportunities for residents, businesses, non-profit partners, and churches to work towards our shared vision for the neighborhood.
Standing up for Peace in our Neighborhood
Field Day for Peace
The Boston Project's "TNT Youth Council" of 8 teenagers planned and executed an awesome event called "Field Day for Peace." As a demonstration of youth from across Boston and beyond coming together to take a stand for peace in our neighborhoods, teams played flag football, basketball, and dodgeball. Close to 200 people came out to enjoy the games, family-style barbeque, and kid's activities.
Being Thankful for My Community Day
So Thankful for Each Other
Each year, The Boston Project hosts our neighborhood's "Being Thankful For My Community" Day, bringing neighbors and volunteers together to appreciate and bless our community. Dozens of people from our neighborhood join with church partners to do fall clean-ups at community green spaces and seniors' homes. Then we enjoy a delicious lunch and a program to celebrate all that we love about our community.
Elmhurst Park Children's Program
Our God is Awesome
The Boston Project Ministries runs a summer program at Elmhurst Park for children ages 5-10. The children learn about loving their neighbors and learned about loving God. This video is from the final program called the "Big Event." God was truly at work in the kids' lives. The song performed is "My God is Awesome" by Charles Jenkins.Youth & Family Ministries