Is your marriage all you dreamed of? Are you thinking about more? How about more joy? More grace? More fun? CoaH elder, Matt Harris, and his wife, Sue Freeman, will be leading talks and conversations about these topics and more at a Marriage Conference April 5-6 at Milestone Church in Natick. This is an opportunity to get away and focus on your marriage whether you’ve been married 4 weeks or 38 years! The conference is open to couples who are members or attenders of City on a Hill Brookline and Somerville and Milestone Natick and Wellesley.
People tend to explore Christianity and move toward faith along a particular path. Once we understand the process, we can be more helpful to our friends wherever they are on their journey. Journey to Faith is a "hands on" training which will include teaching, collaboration, and other practical exercises designed to equip you to serve others in a way that is in line with who God made you to be.
Secret Church is a unique, one-night event. Encouraged by our persecuted brothers and sisters’ example, we meet for over 6 hours for intense study of God's Word passionate prayer for the persecuted. We will simulcast the event, which is led annually by David Platt in Washington D.C..
If you're interested in participating in a baptism at City on a Hill Church - this is the class for you. Check out what we believe and ask your questions before you commit!
Biblical Counselor Ed Welch will be speaking at Hope Fellowship’s Men’s Conference this March to help us understand our anger. He will help us dissect the anger in our hearts. But most importantly, he will point us back to the Prince of peace who frees us to live in peace, patience and humility again.
Ash Wednesday is a day of fasting, prayer, and repentance as we prepare our hearts for the Easter season. Join us on Wednesday March 6 from 6:30-7:30 AM as we sing, pray, and consider our need for the love and forgiveness Jesus has given us through the cross.
This is a generation that is not just hungry for big faith, but for a big faith that is lived out in the practical, mundane things we do and the decisions that we make everyday. This year women from around Boston will be coming together at IF:Gathering to explore what the book of Proverbs has to teach us about living in a way that draws ourselves and others closer to Christ.
Our Member Class is designed to give those interested a more in depth look at who we are as a church, what we believe, and how we got to where we are today through God’s grace. This class is taught by one of our pastors and is usually around 4 hours long.
How does God’s vision for racial reconciliation work itself out practically at City on a Hill? Join us for a time of interaction and teaching as we take a deeper look into the inner workings of our lives together as a church!
Our monthly prayer meeting is moving to Saturday! Join the CoaH elders at 133 Walnut St. for a time of prayer for our church and city from 8:00-9:00AM.
If you are new to City on a Hill or would like to meet some new people at the church, join the CoaH pastors and community group leaders for coffee and snacks after the worship gathering on Sunday, February 3rd. You can ask any questions you have about the church and our theology, or you can just hang out and get to know some folks better!