COVID-19 UPDATE: All of our groups and gatherings have shifted online!
Times are weird, stay connected to your reunion FAMILY!
sundays @ 10:30
We miss seeing your friendly faces but we will be holding our Sunday gatherings online on Facebook and YouTube every Sunday at 10:30AM. We will provide some songs to worship, a communion moment, and a short teaching. Immediately after our gathering at 11:15AM we will hold a special gathering for kids. We hope you will join us.
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Discover the story of God and His people as they were led by different Judges and Kings. Know that God wants us to trust and obey Him. Be introduced to the books of Judges through Song of Solomon.
keep up with weekly updates
There is a lot happening at Reunion. We will be using Zoom, FB/IG live, and YouTube for connecting with community. From online fitness classes to life communities to our weekly gatherings. Follow us on social media and if you aren’t already connected to our weekly email called The LOOP please subscribe today!
together we can be good neighbors!
This season will bring a lot of unexpected stress and hardship. We would love to help or get you connected to resources that can help you in this season. If you are in need of assistance during this time, or able to offer assistance with (but not limited to) the following; Storage, help with flights, housing, mental health, etc.
Social distancing is important but there are still many opportunities to be good neighbors! Check out some of these volunteering opportunities with our local partners.
BLACKSTONE FOOD DISTRIBUTION
Boston Public Schools are providing free breakfast and lunch to students around the city during school closures due to COVID-19. Volunteers are needed to support food distribution at each of these sites between 7:30 am-12:30 pm Monday – Friday. Click the link to sign up or volunteer.
COMMUNITY SERVINGS FOOD BOXES
Community Servings delivers a box of shelf stable food to 1,000+ clients. Since this service is out of the norm, they are having to buy all of the shelf stable items. If anyone in the Reunion fam wants to help, each box costs $30, and you can purchase a box or boxes for one or more of their clients.
meal packing w/ Greater Boston food bank
The Greater Boston Food Bank is currently focusing on high need and critical projects like our CSFP and Brown Bag boxes for seniors. Volunteers will help pack these boxes as well as assist with food sorting projects like fresh bread, produce, and retail meat. Volunteer hours are: Tuesday and Wednesday (9 am-12 pm and 1 pm-4 pm). Thursday (9 am-12 pm and 1:30 pm-4pm).
OFF THEIR PLATE
This organization is teaming up with local restaurants and frontline health providers to make sure our local businesses continue to thrive in this tough time, and deliver delicious meals, free of charge to our amazing and tireless healthcare providers. For every $100 donated, 10 meals will be served to healthcare workers and 3 shift hours restored to the community!
THE BEAUTIFUL STUFF PROJECT
Want to help Somerville families while maintaining physical distancing? Some families are having a hard time finding and purchasing diapers their families need at this time. Diapers can be expensive and are not covered by WIC or SNAP programs. The Beautiful Stuff Project accepts donations to support free diaper distribution to four Somerville elementary schools.
somerville homeless coalition
Somerville Homeless Coalition is working towards continuing their food distribution called “Project Soup” amidst the COVID-19 crisis. They are finding, however, that they have extra needs during this time. When making a donation online you can designate your donation to “Food pantry/ Project SOUP” under “If you have a special purpose for your donation…”
CAMBRIDGE HEALTH ALLIANCE
Cambridge Health Alliance is in need of face masks. This is CHA’s recommendation for face masks. Sewing is needed to make these masks. (We could replace this with a video) You can bring the masks to any of Cambridge Health Alliance’s hospitals (Cambridge, Everett or Somerville Hospitals) and drop them off at the main entrance with Public Safety.
If you are unable to leave your home, we are happy to pick up the items or have them delivered. Please contact Julia Saggese (email@example.com).
If you are feeling anxious in this season please don’t hesitate to reach out! We want to remind you to take your mental health seriously in this season. If you need some support we can help connect you to resources that are available.
The way we are doing church is changing but we still have a number of partners that rely on our support. In order to continue helping people find their way back to God, we want to encourage you to give online.
south end gathering
Sundays at 10:30 AM
Blackstone Community Center
50 W Brookline St,
Sundays at 10:30 AM
The Somerville Theatre
55 Davis Square,
Sundays at 10:30 AM
Atlantic Middle School
86 Hillis Ave
+ HELPING PEOPLE FIND THEIR WAY BACK TO GOD.