NW Weekly for Sunday, March 5
WHAT’S COMING UP?
Sun, Mar 5 Northwest Mission Center worship, Butler Middle School, 10am
Wed, Mar 8 Midweek: women and teens, Butler Middle School, 7:30pm
Wed, Mar 8 International Women’s Day
Sun, Mar 12 Northwest Mission Center worship, Butler Middle School, 10am
Wed, Mar 15 Midweek by family group
Mar 17–19 Teaching Weekend with Guy Hammond, “Is God Inclusive”
Sun, Mar 19 Northwest and Downtown Worship, 10am
John Hancock Hall, 180 Berkeley St, Boston
Fri–Sun, Mar 24–26 High School Spring/Winter Retreat, Camp Cody, Freedom, NH
Sun, Mar 26 Northwest Mission Center worship, Butler Middle School, 10am
Wed, Mar 29 Midweek by family group
Sun, Apr 2 Northwest Mission Center worship, Butler Middle School, 10am
Wed, Apr 5 Midweek: men and teens, Butler Middle School, 7:30pm
Sun, Apr 9 Northwest Mission Center worship, Butler Middle School, 10am
Wed, Apr 12 Midweek: women and teens, Butler Middle School, 7:30pm
Fri–Sun, Apr 14–16 Campus Retreat, Plymouth, NH
Sun, Apr 16 Northwest Mission Center worship, Butler Middle School, 10am
Fri–Sun, Apr 21–23 Singles Retreat, Attitash, Bartlett, NH
Is God Inclusive?
Guy Hammond of Strength in Weakness and Ellen Radcliff of Heart Set Above will be presenting a weekend of teaching about “Is God Inclusive?” about sexuality, gender identity, and the gospel.
March 17, 7:30pm, Arlington building, for high school juniors and seniors
and their parents, campus, and singles
· Saturday, March 18, 10am–1pm at Nevins Hall, 150 Concord St, Framingham
There will be a kids’ program for 1–10 year
olds at the Framingham building (214 Concord St), a block away. Please pre-register your children if
possible, to facilitate planning (no one will be turned away that has not
· Sunday, March 19, 10am worship with Northwest, Northeast, Downtown, John Hancock Hall, 180 Berkeley St, Boston
People of All Nations
The Boston Church Social, Cultural, and Diversity team (SCUAD) is excited to bring you People of All Nations: a Christ-centered, biblically based unity in diversity training course. Our church eldership, staff, and regional SCUADs have already participated. And now this course is being offered 2 times a year.
This program will progress through three 2-hour sessions about how we can better achieve God’s dream of being a People of All Nations. Those who enroll in the program will watch video content on their own before they gather to discuss the materials in 2-hour large and small groups on three Saturdays in April/May. The videos consist of history, teaching, preaching, and moving testimonies from 60 different speakers from Boston and around the country. They are Bible-based, academic, spiritual, and heart moving. All materials are in English and Spanish.
God has blessed us with a multicultural, multiracial church with disciples from many different backgrounds and viewpoints. We encourage each of you to participate. You’ll grow in your understanding of how to better connect with people who have different stories than you. And you’ll learn how to process and navigate crucial, sensitive, and controversial topics of race and culture in a righteous way.
Registration opens March 12.
Alan Roscoe Celebration of Life
Everyone is invited to a celebration of life for Alan Roscoe on Saturday, March 25, 5–6:30pm, at the Arlington building (75 Pleasant St). There will be a private dinner immediately after, by invitation.
Northwest budget: $15,395
Continue to pray for peace in Ukraine, for earthquake recovery in Turkiye and Syria, for those affected by COVID-19, and for Alexa DiBisceglie, Aaron Dollar, Michael Gloor, Michael Lamb, Hans Riemer Jr, Mary Jo Roche, Rafe Shropshire, and Vicki Yib.
Online Support Groups
Contact a leader for schedules and links.
Men’s Freedom Group
Women’s Partners in Freedom Group
Chemical Recovery Groups
Lazarus Group, Saturdays
The Lazarus Group is a support group for those with various disabilities. Contact Ron DiBerto (ronalddiberto@...) for meeting times and other information.
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