Welcome to Life Together Community

We are a community of spiritual activists committed to both personal and social transformation. Our mission is to cultivate the next generation of prayerful and prophetic leaders, through spiritual practice & leadership training, intentional community, and social justice fellowships. Learn more about what we do.


About our programs

Life Together sponsors four full-time, 10-month young adult fellowships: the Micah Project, the Emmaus Fellowship, the South Coast Mission Hub Fellowship, and the Esperanza Academy teaching fellowship. Applications for the 2014-15 program year will be open December 1, 2013.

Sites and Partners

Boston is an amazing city full of incredible non-profits, schools and churches. Read about some of the innovative, game-changing organizations Life Together is working with today and find a list of our previous site placements.

Supporters

Want to know the whole story behind Life Together? Get into the nitty-gritty and read about our history, mission, and groundbreaking work.

 

Go Far

We know you're on a journey, and we believe that “the place God calls you to is where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” So then, where is your deep gladness? Where is the world's hunger? Where is the connection between the two?

Let's find out together

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"The most powerful part of being a Life Together fellow was being able to learn and practice a holistic approach to social justice work.  This unique opportunity taught me that there are multitudes of methods, programs and skills available and needed to carry God’s love into this world. I worked on budgets, created icebreakers, taught spiritual practice and planned huge fundraiser galas. I practiced the spectrum of tools necessary for effective change. Now, four years later I'm using all of them, from building grassroots teams to keeping an existing program afloat to bring about effective social change in Nairobi, Kenya. Life Together provided an incredible place to learn and practice these tools - more tools than I could have imagined. I’ll be forever grateful for my time with the program."

- Natalie Elaine Finstad, 2009 Life Together Fellow