Take a visual tour of the Residences at 910 on the campus of the Benevolent Association. Click the arrows on either side of the image. You can also enlarge an image by clicking the photo. Enjoy!
This podcast from 2016 still rings true for The Residences at 910. Leasing Agent Debeth Gooding reveals some unexpected comments by our residents.
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Barbara Fay Wiese talked with us recently about her amazing experiences, and why she decided to join The Residences at 910 last year. Asked about the focus of the Benevolent Association as a refuge for healing, she explained: "What brings people to the BA is love! It’s God’s love as expressed through all of the people who work here, all of the amenities available, the beautiful grounds--that’s all an expression of Love. And what I like about living here is it is very possible to then take that love back out to the community."
Listen to Barbara's full interview and watch the slide show below to get to know her creative side:
Enjoy a few peaceful moments by our beautiful pink magnolia tree, and find inspiration from a quote by Mary Baker Eddy.
The Residences at 910 has helped Nancy simplify her life. “I wanted to really get down to the basics and just find a place that had a spiritual atmosphere,” she says. Nancy has felt more connected to the world since downsizing and moving to The Residences at 910.
While some people have asked her if she feels cut off from the world, she states, “Actually quite the contrary. I feel immersed in the best of the world.”
Find out what living at The Residences at 910 is like from a current resident’s perspective.
Listen to this podcast to hear Nancy’s journey.
Activities Coordinator Merrie Mizaras is amazed at the variety of activities the residents have participated in the last year or so. Hear her talk about rides on the Boston Harbor ferry, Free Fridays at Boston's museums and Plimoth Plantation, Wellesely College events, and their own theater group on the BA campus. Click the play button to hear her conversation with Monty Haas:
Watch this video and see our residents in action!
Enjoy the beauty of The Residences at 910 in this video that highlights the inspiration found in every season. Tour the 24-acre campus and and visit with our active residents.
Click the play button below to hear Executive Director Janiva Toler talk with Monty Haas about the countless benefits and joys of living in Boston and the surrounding New England area…
for every taste
A snapshot of the many activities our residents enjoyed this past year
Every day at The Residences offers new ways to be inspired and enriched. Our residents have a joyous expectancy of good, and can choose from a variety of activities to support their individual journey. The list below is a sampling of activities that were offered on the daily calendar this past year...
Weekly Brookline Pool visits, local shopping, church services
Weekly volunteering to read at local elementary school
Bi-monthly walks at Fisher Hill Reservoir Park, Jamaica Pond, Emerald Necklace, Brookline Reservoir, and more
Monthly local historical sites: Mt Auburn Cemetery, Frederick Law Olmstead Home, Eleanor Bradley Cabot Estate, Waterworks Museum, and others
Monthly: Free Concerts at Jordan Hall or Brookline Sunday Afternoon Concerts
Monthly: Newton Public Library
Quarterly: Local activities at the Mary Baker Eddy Library, The Christian Science Monitor, Christian Science Lectures, Longyear Museum
Quarterly: Harvard museums, Boston’s Museum of Science, Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Seasonal: First Night celebrations, Arnold Arboretum, Boston Harbor Ferry, summer street festivals, Shakespeare on the Common, Boston Pops concerts at the Esplanade, live theatre, fall harvest fests, The Metropolitan Opera in theaters, Wellesley College talks, and more
Seasonal: Shopping & Lunch Days, Beach Day, Harbor Walk, North End, Plimoth Plantation, tea rooms
Weekly: Sunday Art Course, Monday Morning Music Program, Sentinel Radio, Rummy Cube, Chats with Executive Director, Monday Medley, Reading Aloud: Sermon on the Mount
Weekly Read & Discuss: Monitor, Friday Night News Review
Weekly: Tuesday BBC/Netflix Series, Thursday Night Series: Educational, Religious, Scientific, Saturday night at the Movies
Bi-monthly: Hymn Sing & Bell Ringing, Movement Class
Monthly: Monitor Forum with Ross Atkin
Quarterly: New England Conservatory Chapel Concerts
Seasonal: Valentine’s Day card making, art classes, Brazier Fires, croquet games, Movie Al Fresco, Christmas Ornament Making, Christmas Pageant.
Sally Cartwright splits her time between Scotland and the United States.
Although she lives in a beautiful small town in Scotland named Alness, which she thinks of as “God’s All-ness,” Sally comes back to The Residences at 910 every year.
Click the play button below and listen to her interview with the BA's Monty Haas to find out what it is about Boston and this active Christian Science community that brings her back.
When Kay Colvin moved into her apartment at The Residences at 910, she immediately felt a deep connection with the widening sense of family. In this audio interview, Kay tells Monty Haas about her “new adventure,” why she feels less burdened, and why she loves the diversity and spiritual focus of the larger community…
In case you didn't see our latest oversized postcard, here's what it looks like:
You may be surprised how close these top Boston attractions are to The Residences at 910. Monty Haas takes us on a tour of these gems — just 4 miles down the road.
A former writer for The Christian Science Monitor, Ross Atkin, brings a fresh perspective to current issues during his monthly Monitor Forum discussions with our residents. Hear Ross talk about his appreciation for Monitor journalism -- and how it helps give prayerful thought and attention to world issues. Click the play button below:
The Boston area offers a multitude of cultural and outdoor activities for our residents. Merrie Mizaras, Activities Coordinator, loves selecting just the right options. Listen as Merrie shares her journey from theater to real estate and back into theater -- and what she loves about the atmosphere at The Residences at 910. Click the button below to hear the interview:
If you’ve visited The Residences at 910 in early spring, then you’ve seen our iconic magnolia tree in its full glory. Beautiful light-pink buds unfurl into nearly white flowers. The magnolia promises that summer is fast approaching.
Keep clicking on the photo to see a slideshow of the beautiful tree!
If you know any facts about our magnolia that can shed light on its story, or if you have memories from visiting that include the tree, please share in the comment section following the photographs.
Resident Nancee Jo Roche brings a sense of adventure and joy to all of her activities at The Residences at 910. In this audio clip she talks about not sitting back, but giving back! Click the audio play button below to hear Nancee tell her story...
There are many things to consider when choosing the right senior community. This video explores some of the highlights of living at The Residences at 910. Call or email us to learn more.
Hover 200 feet above our 24-acre wooded campus overlooking the beautiful Boston skyline, then swoop around our Original Building for spectacular views of fall foliage, glide through the main entrance past a warm fireplace in the Reception Room, and into our newest designer-decorated model apartment. Enjoy the ride, and be sure to contact us for an in-person tour.