Charlie Dunn: through the lens of a Boston church planting residency

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Charlie Dunn: through the lens of a church planting residency

The road to Boston was not easy. Their decision finally to come was. For Charlie Dunn, his wife Abby and daughter Brooklyn, they answered God’s call to church planting with a curious “yes” and an understanding that He would lead them to the right city.

So God led them in the winter of 2011 to four feet of snow and 9 degrees below zero. It was their first vision trip to Boston. Two trips later, and with the right connections, the Dunns are serving in a 12-month church planting residency with Pastor Bland Mason of City on a Hill Church in Brookline, MA.

Why Boston? Why now? What’s next. Listen in as Charlie shares a vision God has given him to plant a new church out of City on Hill in 2013.


Faith Day at Fenway – coming September 9 (RSVP by Sept 1)

Faith Day at Fenway

Sunday, September 9, 2012, 5:30 p.m.

Baseball Chapel would like to invite you to Fenway Park on Sunday September 9, 2012 for Faith Day, a free event where people of faith can join together and enjoy music and fellowship.

The event will feature testimonials by Adrian Gonzalez, Mark Melancon, Jarrod Saltalamacchia and others.

The event will begin shortly after the conclusion of the Red Sox game (approximately 5:30pm), when Gate D (corner of Yawkey Way and Van Ness), will open to welcome guests.

Please RSVP by Sept 1 by emailing FAITHDAY@REDSOX.COM [clear /]


Bland Mason

Bland Mason Church Planter Boston Brookline

BOSTON –  announced today the launch of its interview and video with Bland Mason, church planter and pastor of City on a Hill Church Brookline / Allston, MA.

Brookline -A lot of guys would a take Ph.D. from Southern Seminary and seek a prestigious pulpit. A few like Bland Mason will move to Boston to plant a church. Take a look inside Mason’s City on a Hill Church, which is meeting now in both Brookline and in Allston. With more than two year’s now on the ground in New England, Mason’s insights and perspectives are invaluable.

Click here for the Brookline page.