From Cambridge to Kerrville: Loving the Kingdom

In the summer of 2012 after living and ministering for 16 years in Greater Boston, John, along with his wife, Kit, and their four school-aged children, packed up their car and made the 2,060-mile trek to start a new church, Christ Church Presbyterian, in the Texas Hill Country. “We feel like genuine missionaries in a foreign land, with its own customs and culture,” John said, “It takes time to really get to know a community and function as an insider.” 

CTK JP/Roxbury: Is there no better name?

Every week, in an art studio just across the parking lot from one of the country’s best known breweries, a group of over 40 women, men, girls and boys from different backgrounds meet to worship God. As they learned more about the area, it became clear that the initial placeholder name of “CTK JP/Roxbury” would remain.

We celebrate together

Over 150 people from across eight CTK congregations got a taste of heaven on Friday, May 2nd, as they filled the Dorchester sanctuary to praise God for his work across Boston and pray for his kingdom to come in the city. United with one voice, we read Psalm 107 and sang praises in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

At Work: Fields Corner Business Lab

CTK Dorchester members launch new Business Lab for Dorchester small businesses and nonprofits

Travis Lee and John Maudlin met only a few months ago, but their shared passion to help small businesses and nonprofits succeed quickly became the foundation for a new shared office space and business development center in the heart of Dorchester’s Fields Corner neighborhood.

Loving and helping Cantabrigians for over 100 years

Catharine Downs works with the children and adolescents program at a community center in East Cambridge. On any given day, Catharine may deal with angst-filled pre-teenage girls who just want to talk, a child who needs to be comforted and bandaged after an injury, or a single mom who is feeling alone and over-burdened in caring for her child's diverse needs.