The North Street Community is an living organism - a group of people identified in numerous ways. What can we say on a website? The best way to find out who we are is to come and meet us! We worship together every week on Sunday mornings at 9:30 AM. For other times when you might be able to come and meet us, check our fellowship and discipleship pages. Or, if you just have questions, feel free to contact our pastor by e-mail (click here) or by phone (781-749-7614).
But if you can’t meet us right away, here are some identifying factors:
Followers of Jesus Christ
We identify with the people called Christians: those who follow Jesus Christ. Simply said, we take his words to “love God and love humanity” to be the central spiritual, ethical, moral, and practical understanding to living in this world.
Church of the Nazarene
We are a local Church of the Nazarene.
New England District Church of the Nazarene
We are a church on the New England District Church of the Nazarene.
While our church building is in the very historic town of Hingham, Massachusetts, we all live in various places throughout the south shore of Boston.
Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore
Several of us are inherently involved with the compassionate ministry center: Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore. FHSS is a transitional sheltering ministry dedicated to providing a place to live for those who have found themselves homeless. This ministry grew out our church in the 1980s and has grown to have different locations around the south shore, totaling over 30 family units.
Here are a few pictures of us. We also have a Facebook page. One way to better know us would be to check out our news page and read through the archives.