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On the morning of Friday, October 29, 2010 the MBTA’s General Manager, Mayor Menino, State Representatives and others attended the grand opening of the newly accessible Copley T Station. Old South Church’s Senior Minister, Nancy S. Taylor was asked to speak at the ceremony. The MBTA’s General Manager, Rich Davey, noted the cooperation between the Church and the MBTA despite the damage sustained by the church’s East Wall in December of 2008 as a result of the construction project. The East Wall...
To read the Boston.com article on the restoration of Old South's neighboring Copley T headhouse, whose early 20th century ironwork has fallen into decline, click here.
To read the Boston.com article on Old South Church's repair of our east wall, which sustained cracks in December 2008, click here.
To read the Boston Globe's coverage of the Interfaith Rally held at the Massachusetts State House on September 7, click here. For video of the Interfaith Rally and press conference, go to Old South's video page. “To Bigotry No Sanction, to Persecution No Assistance” A Call to Citizens, Elected Officials, Journalists and Religious Communities to End the Current Wave of Fear and Bigotry Against Islamfrom Massachusetts Interfaith Leaders (September 7, 2010) Massachusetts knows too well the painful...
David Clark, Old South member, former Clerk of Council, and current member of the Communications Committee, was featured in the business section of the August 29 edition of the Boston Globe. David was selected to receive a "Boston Globe Career Makeover." The article is an informative and insightful look into David's challenges and triumphs as one of 54 million Americans living with disabilities, many of whom face unspoken barriers in entering the workforce. Click here to see the video and read...
An excerpt from "Reflections on Mission: Our Trip to Navajo Nation"by Janet Nolan We [the Old South volunteers] arrived and found that we had much more to learn than we had to give. We were immersed in the Navajo culture for a week and just barely scratched the surface of understanding these amazing, proud Americans. We were treated to archery, roping, traditional dancing, and the arts of weaving, beading and silversmithing. We learned firsthand from a Navajo Code Talker the role he played...
Dear Old South Church, I would like to congratulate each and everyone one of you on an absolutely fantastic year of fundraising! The continued support and dedication of your team was inspiring to not only our staff, but to participants and teams alike. Your team’s willingness to reach for the Gold was amazing and really embodied what AIDS Walk Boston is all about. A grassroots event built from the bottom up. Considering the economic climate of fundraising this year, your team stepped up and...
Some time ago Old South hosted brothers and sisters from the Pommern Village Church in Pommern Village, Tanzania. We supported the drilling of village wells, two of which now proudly bear the name of Old South Church in Boston. Click here to watch a video from Pastor Saaga thanking Old South for their new well, which now carries fresh water to a kindergarten.
Minister for Discipleship Rev. Elizabeth Myer Boulton has published a fantastic article in the The Christian Century, which explores how we can teach our children from the lives of the saints.  Click here for the online edition.
Check out this nice mention of Jazz Worship in "This Ain't Your Grandpa's Church Anymore" by Tom Nalesnik of the Boston Liberal Christian Examiner.

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