Why I want YOU to love Boston

Boston Marathon

This week with all the events, photos, and prayers for Marathon Monday resonating around the world and the web, it feels like we are all Bostonians.


Though we have moved past this year’s Boston Marathon we want to keep Boston in your thoughts and in your hearts. You’re going to hear a lot from us here at the BA about why we love Boston. I blogged last month about this and now I think you should know why I’m talking about Boston so much.

Picture of Boston's Swan Boats   Paul Revere Statue   Christian Science Center at dawn, Boston, Massachusetts

I sat down with Monty Haas recently to record a podcast on living in Boston. We had fun recording it and I think you’ll enjoy listening. Click the triangle buttonbelow to play

[Podcast] The Perks of Living in Boston [sc_embed_player fileurl=”http://www.chbenevolent.org//wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Janiva-Perks-of-NE3-26-14.mp3″]

As to the “why” we’re focusing on Boston:

1. We are advertising for up to 18 trained Christian Science nurses to work at the Benevolent Association. (There is a tremendous need for Christian Science nurses to enable us to respond to the care needs in our Field.)

2. We are advertising for other positions such as a full-time Controller for the BA.

3. We are encouraging individuals who feel called to the ministry of Christian Science nursing to consider training at our Christian Science Nurses Training School.

4. The BA’s Independent Living is home to seniors from across the United States. We still have apartments available for those wanting to join this dynamic community of Christian Scientists.

Well, you get the idea. We think Boston (and Chestnut Hill Benevolent Association) is a wonderful place to live and work.

We want to help open thought for Christian Science nurses or anyone thinking of working or living in Boston.

So please share this blog freely and especially with those who might want to consider living or working in Boston.

P.S. And let us know in the comment box below, why YOU love Boston!

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