Nov. 13th UPDATE: Due to Governor Baker’s and medical community’s warnings re extreme rise in Covid #s Sunday Reservations are suspended until further notice.
Could you or a loved one use some spiritual support?
Share any concerns on your mind and submit a prayer request.
Click here: “Let’s Connect“
Click for: Sunday Reservation form (with Covid-19 screening).
Pandemic related safety protocols are in place in our building.
Our in-person maximum is 25 people for socially distanced worship.
Hill Memorial Baptist Church is welcoming and inclusive Christian congregation located at the intersection of North Harvard Street and Easton Street in Allston. We are affiliated with The American Baptist Churches of Massachusetts (TABCOM). Our church is a member of the Boston Southwest Association of American Baptist congregations.
Our new pastor, Rev. Catherine M. Miller, is no stranger to our congregation nor our neighborhood. She has been with us since Spring 2018, serving as our Sabbatical Pastor; then as Associate Pastor. In early 2019 by unanimous vote she was invited to become our settled pastor.
We are prayerfully excited about the Lord’s continuing work through this church as He strengthens our presence as a relevant and supportive place of prayer and worship for individuals as well as families. (See our About Us page)
In the Fall we resume our open-discussion Bible Talk gatherings and “After Work Share & Prayer” monthly event. We enjoy food and live contemporary Christian music. We share stories and anyone can participate in our low-pressure, engaging group activity. We close in group prayer where everyone has the opportunity to pray or be supported through prayer regarding their heart’s concerns. (See Events Calendar for updates.)
Whether you’re new to the area, or a long-time resident, come check us out! You’ll find sincerely friendly people but most importantly, you’ll sense the presence of God in our midst.
“I cry out to God Most High, who fulfills His purpose for me.” Psalm 57:2
‘God is the God of mercy and the Father of mercies (2 Corinthians 1:3); it is fitting, therefore, that in distress we should seek mercy from Him in whom it dwells. How can the Lord be unmerciful to a trusting soul? Our faith does not deserve mercy, but when faith is sincere it always receives mercy from the sovereign grace of God.’
From “Mercy Enough for Me” in Spurgeon’s Daily Treasures in the Psalms (Updated and Edited by Roger Campbell)
Thanksgiving Family & Friends pay
Pastor Catherine comes to us with an extensive ministerial background that spans over twenty (20) years in service to God within the local church in
Hill Memorial Baptist Church is located on North Harvard Street in North Allston. The no. 66 bus from Harvard Square stops directly in front of the church (Coolidge Road). Coming from Dudley Station, get off at the Oxford Street stop in front of the Allston-Honan Library. The church is across the street.
No events scheduled at this time.