We are so excited at Temple to be a prayer partner and support for Jonathan and Chelsea Moseley as they seek to carry forth the gospel in Boston, MA.
Jonathan Moseley has been serving in local church/parachurch ministries for seven years. He completed his BA in Religion at the University of Georgia and then moved to Boston for his M.Div at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Previously, he was the Associate Pastor of Renewal Church.
Jonathan met his wife, Chelsea, on a mission trip to Haiti. They went back a year later for another trip where he proposed. They live in Mission Hill and enjoy hiking, quaint coffee shops, and bookstores.
His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
King's Hill is a new church starting in the Mission Hill neighborhood. Right now, we meet Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM for Bible studies at 75 Saint Alphonsus Street. All are welcome. A question we get a lot is, "Why start a church there?" Here's why:
1) For its diversity. Just one mile from downtown Boston, Mission Hill is an urban neighborhood both ethnically and socioeconomically—a hub for international families, students, and professionals.
2) For its influence. Mission Hill is home to twenty-one health care, research, and education institutions, which together provide the largest employment area in the City of Boston outside of downtown.
3) For multiplication. We truly believe that a movement of God doesn't happen through one church. That’s why from the very beginning, we want to be a church that plants churches. We have chosen Mission Hill because it sits between two transit lines (the Green and the Orange). By God’s grace over the years, we hope to start churches using the infrastructure of the city to see the love of Jesus spread throughout every neighborhood in Boston.