Quincy – Pronounced quin-zee, the city of Quincy is just minutes southeast of Boston. The birthplace of the 2nd and 6th U.S. presidents, John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams as well as statesman John Hancock, Quincy is aptly known as the “City of Presidents” and “Birthplace of the American Dream.” It was also voted in 2010 BusinessWeek as one of the best places to raise your kids in the U.S.
Quincy, home to Quincy College and Eastern Nazarene University, is more than a college town, it is actually 13 different neighborhoods that vary widely in character from inner city, beach community, urban upscale, suburban, and urban blue collar.
The diversity of neighborhoods and areas in Quincy offers planters a huge variety of ministry opportunities. From collegiate, to urban, to suburban and upscale suburban, there is a need right now for a new church plant in each and every sector.
- Population – 90,120
- Household mean income – $71,560
- Median age – 39.6
- College degree – 30.8 percent
- White – 72.5 percent
- Asian – 21.2 percent, Black 3.7
- SBC churches – Chinese Baptist Church of Greater Boston, Victory Church
Get the US Census Data
- Community Facts – Use this US Census search to find a number of different demographic reports that should be very useful
Church-specific research from PreceptGroup reflecting People and Place, Faces of Diversity, Community Issues, and Faith Preferences.
Moving to Quincy
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