We seek to be faithful witnesses to Christ in loving service together, supporting the Great Ends of the Church.
We strengthen and grow the congregations of the Presbytery by providing guidance and resources for their ministries and by encouraging partnerships.
We engage in Presbytery-unifying activities of peace, kindness, justice, witness and evangelism.
We provide pastoral care for ministers and their families.
  • Events

    The Presbytery of Boston is proud to offer training throughout the year to its deacons, elders and financial leaders.


  • Newsletter

    A weekly e-newsletter, The Parish Paper, and discussions on our blog are some of the resources available.


  • Church Directory

    Looking for a church in your area or need to contact one? View our complete church directory by town.


  • Resources

    Various resources are provided to Clerks, Churches and Clergy to assist and guide you throughout the year.


Latest Blog Posts
  • Adapting

    A little reflection on my recent experience of adapting to change.
  • Naming Our Markers

    How do we remember the significant events in our lives and in our ministries? What do we lift up as most important when we look back? A story from Exodus offers what I believe is a cautionary tale.
  • GA222: Day 8

    Each General Assembly has a feel to it, and an overall sense purpose. I heard several people say that GA222 was the social justice assembly.
  • GA222: Day 7

    This historic assembly is still in session and the actions taken, hopes shared, and commitments formed will resonate for decades to come.
  • GA222: Day 6

    Yesterday, we took the historic action of adding the Belhar Confession to our Constitution as the PC(USA). It was an amazing evening.
  • GA222: Day 5

    This afternoon the assembly approved a revised Directory for Worship, which will be sent to the Presbyteries of the denomination for approval. The debate included a conversation about what is required...
  • GA222: Day 4

    Check out today's blog post on the Presbytery of Northern New England's site! Click "Read More" for the direct link.
  • GA222: Day 3

    There are a lot of ways to describe unexpected but pleasant encounters. Serendipity. Chance. Coincidence.As Presbyterians, we call it Providence, and that was my experience time after time today.
  • GA222: Day 2

    Check out today's post on the Presbytery of Northern New England's site! Click "Read More" for the direct link.
  • GA222: Day 1

    The first full day of business is on-going, but we've already worshiped together, learned together, grieved together, and done business together.