Engage the City + Make Disciples

Grace Hill wants to love the city of Boston and its people with the love of Jesus.

East Boston

Grace Hill is excited to serve East Boston as we share our lives and the gospel of Jesus Christ. East Boston was histocially created by adding landfill between islands to form what we now know as East Boston. We look forward to taking our place amongst Shay’s Hill, Smith Hill, Camp Hill, and Eagle Hill, and desire to impact our community with the grace of God and the good news of Jesus.

About Grace Hill

Church Planter

Kristian and Mary Anderson met in Brooklyn, New York, where Kristian was born and raised. Over their 14 years of marriage, they have served churches in New York, Minnesota, Connecticut, and now Boston, MA. They have loved living their lives on mission wherever God has placed them.

Cultivate New England

A ministry initiative of three New England churches, its mission is to work together to plant churches in New England. These three churches belong to the Church of the Lutheran Brethren (CLB): Bethany Lutheran Brethren Church, Faith Chapel, and Praise Christian Fellowship.

Church of the Lutheran Brethren

The CLB is a family of over 120 congregations in the United States and Canada, with 1,500 daughter congregations in Cameroon, Chad, Japan, and Taiwan (organized into four national church bodies). The CLB exists to serve congregations in their obedience to the Great Commission, locally, nationally, and internationally.

Why Boston?

Boston is one of the top 5 most post-Christian cities in America

4.9 million people live in the greater Boston area

250,000 college students live in Boston

Less than 3% of the population has heard an authentic presentation of the gospel

Boston has only one 150-person church for every 6,000 people

Boston is a hub for education, technology, medical advancement, and is a pool of talent for the next generation.

Partner With Us!

We invite you to pray with us and generously give to this mission to reach East Boston with the good news of Jesus.


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