Neighborhood Groups and Triads

Neighborhood Groups are weekly gatherings where we live out the reality of being missional family by:

  • Walking together in spiritual companionship

  • Engaging our true story in the Word of God, and

  • Praying together as Jesus taught.

Through these practices we:

  • Remember and retell the gospel story as the world's true story and place we find fulness of life, true identity, meaning and purpose, and where we encounter the risen King!

  • Recognize the cultural stories that seek to conform us to be actors in a different story

  • Repent of where we have erred, and

  • Reorient our lives to Jesus, our true King.

As a result of which, we are renewed by the Spirit as children of God and as Christ's ambassadors to the world.

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

Cleveland Circle: Tuesdays, 7pm

Charlestown: Wednesdays, 6pm

Jamaica Plain 1: Tuesdays, 7pm

Jamaica Plain 2: Wednesdays, 6:30pm

Cambridge/Somerville: Tuesdays, 6:30pm

Waltham: Wednesdays, 6pm

North Shore (Beverly): Mondays, 6:30pm

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

Boston Fellows Program - The Boston Fellows program equips emerging leaders to serve Christ and neighbor in the working world. This is a 9-month intensive for a cohort of 8-10 people that bands together with cohorts from other churches in Boston to focus especially on the integration of faith and work while instilling spiritual disciplines in cohort members. Applications are collected in May-June every year for a September start.