The greater Boston area boasts more than 60 campuses, comprising over 1/4 of Boston’s population. This means that caring for Boston’s students is essential to pursuing the good and welfare of our city. The University Ministry exists to be a diverse, gospel-shaped community for our campuses and our city.
We are made up of students from various schools in and around Boston – including Boston University, Boston College, Northeastern University, Harvard University, MIT, Suffolk University, Emerson College, New England Conservatory, Berklee College, Wellesley College, MCPHS, and more! All students are welcome!
Campus Community Group Directory
Berklee College of Music
New England Conservatory (w/ NEC Fellowship of Christ)
Students from all over the city gather at one of Citylife's three weekly worship services. Each is designed to be a venue for exploring, deepening, and extending gospel truths toward those who attend. You are warmly encouraged to visit each Sunday.
Friday Night Fellowship [FNF]
Because students from multiple campuses call Citylife "home," we hope these Friday nights will provide the opportunity for new and meaningful friendships to be formed. Each Friday is comprised of music, discussion, and/or bible-driven teaching. We intend FNF to be a space where Christian and skeptical students alike can connect with God and one another.
Location: King's Chapel Parish House, 64 Beacon St.
(Minutes from the Boylston & Park St T-stops.)
Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Campus Community Groups
We believe that Christian discipleship and growth is best carried out in community; therefore, Citylife is committed to nurturing its students through opportunities of mutual support, practical love & service, fellowship (food & fun), and learning about the Christian faith. Our campus community groups are the primary place for pastoral care where we can embody the gospel through kingdom priorities.
If you are not already in a Community Group, we encourage you to contact the leader of the CG nearest you or contact University Ministry Director, Andrew Kerhoulas, email@example.com
Director of University Ministry & Missions
Daniel is originally from South Carolina, where he earned a B.A. in Psychology and Philosophy at the Univ. of S. Carolina. After graduating, Daniel worked for a year with CRU in Beirut, Lebanon before moving to Boston in 2011 to study at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he obtained his M.Div a few years later. He developed a heart for ministry in global cities during his college years and has come to appreciate his new home in Boston. Daniel’s interests include theology, sports, and traveling.