The Myrtle Baptist Church of West Newton

Rev. Brandon Thomas Crowley, MDiv, STM | Senior Pastor
Rev. Howard Haywood | Pastor Emeritus

21 Curve Street West Newton, MA 02465 | 617.332.5870


Inclement Weather Cancellation

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Please be advised that due to the blizzard conditions expected this weekend, Sunday School and morning worship services are cancelled for Sunday, February 15, 2015.

We are grateful to God that in spite of the weather, we are still able to come together in spirit. In lieu of gathering physically for morning service, we will hold a special conference call at 10:45am on Sunday morning. The dial-in number is (605) 562-3000 and passcode is 458869.

Don’t forget that in spite of the weather, you can still give to the Lord by submitting your tithes and offerings through our online giving service, by mailing your offering to the church or by bringing them to the church office during office hours. Instructions for using the online service are at the bottom of this message.

Finally, due to the cancellation of service this week, the Heritage Sunday celebration will take place on Sunday, February 22, 2015 during the morning worship hour. All worshippers are encouraged to wear African attire and bring a dish from their cultural tradition for our special collation immediately following the morning worship service.

Please call in and worship with us and stay safe and warm in the storm!

Reminder: Online Giving is open to all members now!

This method of giving provides a secure method to easily schedule a recurring or one-time gift through a major credit card or debit card. To sign-up, go to and follow the instructions for the registration process. For scheduled giving, select the “scheduled giving” tab and schedule the number of installments as well as select how often payments are disbursed. Payments can be disbursed either monthly, twice a month, every Sunday or every other Sunday. If you need any assistance, please e-mail the Trustees at

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Myrtle Baptist Church, founded by freed slaves in 1874, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008 and exists as one of the oldest black churches in New England.

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