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Boston Flourish is a movement for dreamers and doers to activate and partner towards a Boston where everyone flourishes.
God has been and is presently at work in our city in many different ways. Yet our city thrives when faith, business, and civic partners collaboratively address local issues rather than work on their own - It will take intentional partnership to truly see Boston Flourish.
This year, our key impact areas are education, incarceration, and poverty/addiction. Organizations addressing these areas will present the current state of these realities, the progress being made, and how individuals can come alongside their efforts to see tangible change. Boston Flourish is a day-long conference, but it’s also a movement. Participants will be given the opportunity to share feedback and join working teams to nurture collaborative potential for transforming our city.
Whether you’re a student, business person, ministry leader, pastor, or working professional, please join us to strategize and mobilize. Let’s come together to see Boston flourish!
8:30am - 9:00am
9:00am - 10:15am
10:30am - 12:15pm
Large group vision and theology
Breakout Groups - Areas of Focus (School/Church Partnerships, Miracle Mile, Returning Citizens)
12:30pm - 1:30pm
1:30pm - 2:00pm
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Lunch Breakout Groups
Planning Team Members:
Jua Robinson and Jazmin Monterroso, Boston Collaborative
Barry Kang, Greater Things for Greater Boston
Davie Hernandez, Restoration City Church
Kelly Fassett and Devlin Scott, UniteBoston
Melinda Priest, Awaken City Church
Jason Adams, Compass Real Estate
Jerome Garciano, Christian Community Development Association
Deb Zehner, Connected Commons