TWO WAYS TO JOIN US
AT 10 ON SUNDAYS
Welcome to Seven Mile Road.
We've built this church for you.
That you might come alive to God and His gospel with us.
Whether you are a born-and-raised Bostonian, are just passing through, or are here to stay, if you are looking for a local church that's big on gospel centrality, holiness and humility, orthodox theology, supertight community, and missional living, you found it.
CURRENT PREACHING SERIES
We are taking a deep dive into the breathtaking waters of Luke’s gospel.
The Gospel is true - for real true - and there is a certainty the Spirit wants us to have about it.
So He inspired the brilliant and beloved doctor (Luke) to write it all down for us.
In love for you and in accordance with COVID-19 safety standards issued by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Seven Mile Road has established the following rules for gathering on Sundays:
1: SICK OR POTENTIALLY EXPOSED? STAY HOME
If you are feeling sick or exhibiting any of the following symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell) you should not attend an in-person service. Similarly, a potential exposure to someone with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 should stay home. Those who are vulnerable, either by age or by an underlying medical condition need to assess their risk before attending.
2: SIX FEET “SOCIAL DISTANCED” AT ALL TIMES
Everyone is to practice social distancing by staying six feet apart from others who are not of the same household. This includes parking, walking to the building, while inside, and returning to your car.
3: MASKS REQUIRED
We are all to wear face coverings or masks at all times in accordance with COVID-19 Order No. 55 and the Department of Public Health’s guidance. If you are under six years of age or unable to wear a mask due to a medical or disabling condition, you are exempt.
4: YOU MUST RSVP
To attend an in-person service on Sunday, an RSVP is required. RSVP’s must be received to our Ministry Coordinator prior to Sunday. In this season, if we aren’t expecting you, you won’t be able to attend.
WHAT TO EXPECT
WHAT TO EXPECT
When you arrive you will be greeted and given your seat assignment.
Please find your seat and remain there for the entirety of the service.
Children will remain with their parents for the entire service as there is no childcare at this time.
Service will be roughly one hour long.
Elements for communion will be on your seat if you are participating.
Basement and office levels will not be accessible to those in attendance.
One restroom is available if needed.
Hand sanitizer and masks will be available for use if needed.