Summer Picnic in Saugus a hit with Boston CP families


Boston Church Planting Summer Picnic

Thank God for our church planting pastors, families and kids as they came out in force this past Saturday, August, 17, 2013 for the Boston Church Planting picnic in Saugus, MA.

Complete with face painting, bouncy houses, snowcones, games and gifts, the highlight of the day may have been the Brazilian steak and chicken prepared by Carlos DeOliveira of Celebration Church. Wow, that was awesome. Thanks Carlos.

A great time was had by all at the beautiful Elk’s Lodge property. Thanks to Ray Allen of the MBA; Steve Nerger of the BCNE and Micah Millican of the NAMB for making our day so great.

Thanks to all of our church planters and their families. We are so blessed to have so many Godly men and women joining us here from every part of the world. Come to Boston. Be a part of it all. Contact Joe Souza.

Click here for the all of our picnic pix on Flickr

Christ’s Harvest 2012: BCNE to host evangelism conference

When: Fri.-Sat., March 2-3, 2012

Where: Grace Baptist Church (353 River Rd, Hudson)

How Much: Cot is $35.00. Pre-Conference Luncheon with Dr. Troy Bush is an additional $10.00.

Meals: Friday dinner, Saturday lunch included.

Register: Register Online, or call (508) 393-6013, or email RECEPTION@BCNE.NET

Hotel: Goup rate is $119 at either hotel below:

Holiday Inn Express
Coolidge Street
Hudson, Massachusetts, USA 01749

Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites
265 Lakeside Avenue
Marlboro, Massachusetts, USA 01752

About: This conference is designed for pastors, church planters and church leaders in order to inform, inspire and bring refreshment to ministry. As with past Evangelism Conferences, the theme centers on one of the elements of our Laws of the Harvest Evangelism Strategy for churches. This year, we will highlight Harvest Gathering.Harvest is the culmination of the process. Harvest time involves the effective partnering of those who have sown with those who now reap those ready to worship God through His Son Jesus Christ. How intentional is your church harvesting and following up the harvest so the cycle continues?