BMA TenPoint Membership
IS NOW OPEN!
Belonging to the BMA TenPoint means that you support helping Black Churches, ministries, and non-profits work together to engage our communities.
Members make our mission possible –
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HELPING CHURCHES, MINISTRIES, AND NON-PROFITS WORK TOGETHER TO ENGAGE OUR COMMUNITIES
FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS
The Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston (BMA) was founded during the 1960’s civil rights movement with a mission to provide spiritual nurture to clergy, advocacy, and program services for the larger Black community. Starting as an interdenominational group of 20 clergies, the BMA has grown to become an inclusive alliance of churches, faith, and community-based organizations reaching around 20,000 ethnically-diverse parishioners and clients in Greater Boston. Today, the BMA has merged its efforts with the Boston Ten Point Coalition. The Boston Ten Point Coalition has been around since the early 1990s. They focus on violence prevention and youth reformation in churches and the larger community. This focus helps them redirect the lives of at-risk Black and Latino youth.
On behalf of the BMA TenPoint Board of Directors and staff, we wish to express our deepest appreciation to our friends and partners--the foundations, corporate donors, and individuals who have generously supported the work of BMA TenPoint over the past year.
Cultivating, strengthening, and developing the social, emotional intelligence, and cognitive skills of Boston’s youth 5 – 12 years of age.
Vacation Bible School
The BMA Tenpoint partners with churches to host Vacation Bible School for the youth and families of our communities.
Reducing health disparities in the Black community, particularly in the urban congregations of Boston and the local communities they serve.
Since 2007, we have been invested in reducing youth violence in our communities to increase positive outcomes for the next generation.
Clergy Women United
A group of clergywomen, uniting together for a purpose.
A collective effort of violence prevention and youth reformation in churches and in the larger community.