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Service II : Sunday at noon

Sermon April 25, 2004 : Adopting a biblical, supernatural mindset (2 Kings 6:24 - 7:20)

Brothers and sisters, this passage is a continuation of the passage we read a couple of weeks together, where we saw the King of Syria continually attacking the people of Israel, when the prophet Elijah did a tremendous miracle allowing the spirit of God to overcome that army and sent them back from where they came from. Elijah prayed for his servant to be able to have his eyes open so that he could see that the hills were covered with chariots of fire and angelic principalities that were there to defend them. The Syrian army was blinded and led into the very center of the capital of Israel at that time, Samaria. And there the king gave them a great feast and sent them back home defeated and humiliated.  Read More »

Video : Our Vision

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Mark Mueller : December 2003 - Hands of Mercy Physical Therapy in Honduras

I arrived in Honduras on Thursday, Nov. 6, 2003. The following Sunday the church gave me a warm welcome and reception. All is well with me and I feel at home in my new church. Read More »

Contact Info: Congregation Lion of Judah

Address: 68 Northampton Street, Boston MA 02118
Office Hours: Weekdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm
Phone: (617) 541-4455
Fax: (617)541-1357
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Service I : Sunday morning

Our morning Sunday worship is often conducted in both English and Spanish. Each service typically starts with an extended period of joyful worship music. After the sermon the service conludes with a time of ministering God's word through prayer and music. The service is transmitted live via the internet. Read More »

Dr. Roberto Miranda : Senior Pastor

Roberto Miranda attended Phillips Academy at Andover and graduated in 1974. Upon graduation, he entered Princeton, and studied at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs as a Woodrow Wilson Scholar, graduating in 1978. He spent a year working at the admissions office in Princeton, and then entered Harvard in 1979 to do graduate work in the Department of Romance Languages, graduating in 1989 with a Ph.D. in Romance Languages and Literatures. In 2013 he received an honorary doctorate (D.Min.) from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary. Read More »

Samuel Acevedo : Associate Pastor

Samuel Acevedo is an Associate Pastor at Congregación León de Judá, where he leads several social justice efforts aimed at influencing Latino society in New England for the Kingdom of God. To that end, Pastor Sam serves as the founding Executive Director of the church-based Boston Higher Education Resource Center (HERC), dedicated to the ministry of helping inner-city young people go to college. Read More »

Gregory Bishop : Associate Pastor

Gregory Bishop often refers to himself as an “Adopted Gringo” who has served here at Congregación León de Judá as Associate Pastor since 1998. He feels called to impact lives with the reality of Jesus Christ by shepherding in a multi-ethnic setting. Read More »

Mick Da Silva: Assistant Pastor

Mick Da Silva has been a part of Congregacion Léon de Judá since 2012. He started his career as a pastor when he was very young. At the age of 16 he was already involved in pastoral ministry. He worked several years as a missionary and base director of Youth With A Mission, (YWAM). Mick had the opportunity, as a missionary, to serve in different countries in Asia, South America, North America and Africa. For more than 10 years he trained missionaries and helped them to establish their ministries around the world. Read More »