Every 2nd Sunday we enjoy a breakfast before service.
We believe God hears our prayers and responds to His children.
We participate in neighborhood ministries and organizations.
We meet with God with open hearts and open hands.
We use the EHS curriculum to grow spiritually and emotionally. Slowed-down spirituality.
We meet in weekly small groups to eat together, share, pray, and study Scripture.
Come as you are. Family-friendly.
Our Sunday service is life-giving and Jesus-centered. Worship is vibrant. Stories of God at work are encouraging. Sermons are rooted in Scripture, practical, and powerful. We provide lessons for children (separate preschool and elementary classes) during the main service and a parent-attended nursery room with a live feed of the service each Sunday. Join us in the gym of the Blue Hills Boys and Girls Club at 15 Talbot Avenue, Dorchester.
“Shalom” is the Hebrew word in the Bible that refers to the “peace” and “wholeness” that God intended for the entire creation. To restore “shalom” in the world and in us, God gave His Son Jesus, and gives His Spirit. We participate in God’s work of restoring that “shalom” in our city, neighborhoods, families, and relationships.
NCD is the church I always dreamed about being a part of: a community that puts faith to practice in tangibly loving our neighborhood. I continually see people giving up their kingdom for God’s kingdom. It’s one of the most authentic community of believers that I’ve been a part of
“I see the Lord gearing up Neighborhood Church to make a real measurable impact on the Dorchester community. Collectively and individually, our members have a real heart for “the least of these” often because we are them in some way or another.”
"The atmosphere is relaxed and people have a passion to not only explain the love of God, but to help you feel it. The church comes together for the neighborhood"
“My hope for the neighborhood is that it would experience the true Love of God and that Neighborhood Church would be instrumental in expresses that Love.”