When City Mission educates churches, students, youth groups, seminarians, and college groups, our staff and volunteers help develop leaders for today and tomorrow. We believe in spreading the knowledge around and encouraging people to learn more about their communities, themselves, and the systems that affect everyone. Our educational opportunities focus on homelessness prevention and the systems that impact it: poverty, racism, and inequality.
Click below to learn more about our various educational opportunities:
The Seminarian in the City program equips our future church leaders by creating a space for students to actively engage the issues of faith and social justice as they pertain to urban ministry.
An opportunity for high school students to spend five weeks in the summer to explore some of the root causes and consequences of poverty, inequality, and racism through an introduction to public policy, service learning, communications, and nonprofit organizational structure.
A two year residency for recent seminary graduates who are called to ordained urban ministry. Through a partnership between City Mission and four established Boston churches, residents gain hands-on experience in worship, administration, and outreach in an urban congregation, mentorship from experienced ministers, and opportunities for leadership in collaborations between City Mission, these congregations, and other organizations.