Lay Bible Workers Needed!

Our full-time Compassion Boston Bible Workers need your help! We’re looking for church members to come along on studies to help get interested Bible Study Students connected with a local congregation. To see the specific days and times that are needed, see the announcements on:, or email to volunteer.

VBS, July 18–22

All kids (BIG or small) are welcome to come hang out with us at Vacation Bible School as we go on an adventurous Cave Quest following Jesus, the Light of the World! Kids will play games, study the bible, sing, and eat dinner together for 5 evenings, July 18-22, from 5:30–8:00 pm at Boston Temple. On the Sabbath following, we will share what we’ve learned that week with the church.

To register children or to volunteer, see the full event page. ⟶

10,000 Meals, June 19

Once again, Compassion Boston is partnering with Outreach’s End Hunger Northeast initiative to pack 10,000 meals to be distributed in Boston-area shelters. This is a repeat of last year’s packaging event. This year, the event will be held on the first Sunday of Southern New England Conference Campmeeting at3:45 pm in Cedar Hall at the SNEC Campgrounds (24 Sawyer Street, South Lancaster, MA 01561). Please register to volunteer at:

BTYA joins AIDS Walk Boston

Please join us at the Annual AIDS Walk Boston on Sunday, June 5th. We have a registered team at Click on this link and make a donation or join our team! 

You can help us by:

  • Making a donation! Just click on one of our team members’ names in the list.
  • Joining us! It’s easy to sign up. Just click the button on the right that says “Join Team” to get started. When you get to choose a team, search for ours and join in.
  • Share this event with your friends!
  • Help us support our community and this important cause! Please pray for the Lord's blessing and leading, that all might be to His glory!

—Team BTYA

French/Creole Bible Work Training, May 27-29

The Haitian Churches in the Compassion Boston territory have organized a Creole-language lay Bible Work training weekend, May 27–29, at Camp Winnekeag. The event will start Friday evening at 5:00 pm and go through Sunday at noon, room and meals provided for $120. Learn more at

ACTS of Kindness: Mothers’ Day

Join ACTS Ministry for our monthly “ACTS of Kindness” on Sunday May 8, 2016 as we minister  especially to the mothers of our community.

Follow the steps below to participate in event:

Step 1—DONATE: Please donate bouquet of flowers or funds to buy flowers. 

Make checks payable to:
Berea Seventh-day Adventist Church
MEMO: ACTS Ministry

Step 2—MEET: Meet us on Sunday, May 8, 2016 at 10am at the Boys and Girls Club (15 Talbot Ave. Dorchester)

Step 3—DISTRIBUTE: Join us to distribute flowers, bookmarks and pray with mothers, and pray with community.

Step 4—WEAR: As much as possible wear your ACTS t-shirt. You can receive an ACTS t-shirt by donating $10 or more.

For inquiries, contact

ACTS: Ignite Boston 2016

ACTS Ministry will be embarking on a youth-led community outreach and evangelistic initiative this summer. This is a three-week event that is set to kick off on Sabbath, July 16, 2016 and will end with the “Ignite” Music Festival on Sabbath, August 6, 2016.

Outline for three weeks:

  • Week 1 (July 16- July 22): 
    Door- to- door evangelism in the community.
  • Weeks 2 and 3  ( July 23- Aug 6):
    Community Enrichment activities and workshops daily 9am to 5pm
    Evangelistic Service beginning at 7:00pm. 

The Venue: Franklin Field (Harambee Park)
Cost: Free to All. 

These activities include but not limited to, a district wide VBS program, Health Van, Health Seminar, Pathfinder Honors training and Field day, Art and Craft, Skills Training; Free Meal Program, Sporting Activities, Fairs and fun for the entire community.


We are currently signing up volunteers (you can volunteer for one OR more days/evenings). Volunteer today as:

  1. Music groups/praise teams to lead out in the evening meetings and participate in Music festival (you can volunteer for one(1) OR more nights)
  2. Volunteer staff to assist with the daily activities
  3. Skilled professionals to lead out in some of the services offered to the community
  4. Media professionals


Also to offset cost related to hosting this event, we have set up a GoFundMe and Indeigogo accounts to help raise funds to make this event possible. We thank you for your kind contribution. Please follow a link below:


We anticipate the partnership that this initiative will foster and look forward to winning souls for the Kingdom. For any queries, email

Social Media Colporteurs Needed

Family Health & Education Resources is looking to expand our on-line affiliate program with people who use social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn to promote our catalog of very carefully selected materials and earn extra $$ while working in the service of the Lord. There is no cost to join and training is provided. For more information, click here. If interested please contact Julia Bellman, at