In the Back Bay and Somerville.
The REUNION community is about more than just a Sunday morning gathering; it’s about people who openly share their lives with one another. These relationships are meant to provide encouragement and support, to challenge and to carry each other as we pursue Jesus and His mission to bring Good News to everyone.
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ONE CHURCH. TWO LOCATIONS.
REUNION is a church community of imperfect people trying to live life differently. We’re committed to seeing the good news of Jesus Christ transform our lives, our city, and our world. We have locations in the Back Bay and in Somerville. Our mission is helping people find their way back to God.
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HERE’S A GLIMPSE OF WHAT TO EXPECT:
Our Sunday gathering is a little over an hour. We have a live band and it tends to be loud. Music, scripture, story, humor are all part of how we prepare ourselves and respond to what God wants us to hear. Each week there is teaching from scripture intended to be both conversational and challenging and it always ends with Jesus. We also take communion each week and give of our tithes and offerings to support God’s work through REUNION. Families are welcome too! We have kids programming at both locations.
Our hope is that it’s casual, relational, simple, and meaningful for everyone. Should you decide to visit, you would be welcome.
While Sunday mornings are an important part of our spiritual experience, they aren’t a complete picture of our community. We want to keep pursuing spiritual growth with each other in intentional relationships. That’s why we do Community Groups.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Community Groups are weekly meetings of 5-15 people throughout the city. They discuss scripture, pray for one another, and build friendships. Every Community Group is unique, but here is what we have in common:
Find a full list of our groups here.
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The LOOP is a weekly email with news, events, and other opportunities to connect in our community. This is how we keep people “in the loop.”