Membership Role

Membership Benefits

When you become a member, you and/or your church will join one of the largest and most influential faith-based organizations in the city of Boston.

  • Improving the physical and mental health of our churches and surrounding communities
  • Improving the spiritual lives and academic performance of our children and youth
  • Expanding and strengthening the network of services for high-risk youth
  • Convening and organizing community leaders to advocate for youth and families in the communities we serve
  • Providing critical information to pastors, ministers, and executive directors about a number of issues affecting our communities
  • Making public and elected officials accessible to our communities
  • Sharing and raising resources to help our families and churches in our communities
  • Raising resources to address humanitarian crises in America and abroad

Each year, members are entitled to:

  • 10 BMA Breakfast Meetings
  • Access to BMA leadership
  • Access to public and elected officials
  • Discounts to BMA events
  • Free technical assistance for churches/non-profits to develop and measure one’s ministry/program to improve its services.
    This includes outcomes measurement, performance management, and developing a logic model.
  • Program partnership consideration with possible access to grant funding
  • Preaching and speaking opportunities
  • Board Committee Participation: Worship Life, Civic Engagement, Youth & Families, Education, Economic Affairs, Criminal Justice, Housing, HIV/AIDS & Health and Human Services
  • Free advertising through the BMA eCommunications

Membership is valid for one year and is accepted on a rolling basis.

$50 for a seminarian student; $100 for a bi-vocational pastor; $150 for a full time pastor or other profession; $300 for an organization or church