Neighborhood Groups and Triads

Neighborhood Groups are gatherings of people in the CotC community, organized by neighborhood, that seek to mature in Jesus by intentionally living life together. Neighborhood Groups form the basic building blocks of our community. They have porous boundaries and are always open to newcomers and to non-Christians.

When we gather, usually once a week, we 1) engage God by spending time in the Scriptures and in prayer and 2) engage each other by sharing our stories and sharing food together. Then we scatter around the city and engage the world as Christ's ambassadors. One aspect of scattering is living faithfully on our frontline, where we spend most of our time each week (work, school, home). Another aspect is serving our city as people of justice and mercy.

Use the following list to connect to a neighborhood group near you or email us at info@cotcboston.org:

Brookline Village: Mondays, 7pm

Cleveland Circle: Tuesdays, 7pm

Back Bay: Tuesdays, 7pm

East Boston/Charlestown: Wednesdays, 5.30pm

Dorchester: Mondays, 7pm

Jamaica Plain 1: Wednesdays, 7pm

Jamaica Plain 2: Tuesdays, 7pm

Cambridge/Somerville 1: Mondays, 7pm

Cambridge/Somerville 2: Wednesdays, 7pm

Watertown: Wednesdays, 6pm

North Shore (Beverly): Tuesdays, 7pm


A Triad is a small group, usually three people, committed to meeting weekly to grow as disciples of Jesus through prayer, transparency, and study of the Scriptures. Triads are a helpful space to apply the gospel to our lives to cultivate Christian character and maturity. Triads are generally, but not always, formed between people within Neighborhood Groups.

The five basic practices of Triads are:

  1. Transparency
  2. Reading Scripture
  3. Intercession
  4. Accountability
  5. Duplication