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.
Journalist Ross Atkin hosts Monitor Forum for residents every month, and recently he invited Dave Scott, Online Director for The Christian Science Monitor, to take a deep dive online – and boy were we all impressed!
What's not to love? Are there too many leaves to rake in the fall? Is there too much snow to shovel in the winter? Well, if you ask us, we are giddy with excitement when we see the first golden leaf fall or the first snowflake fly! That’s when we start planning fall color tours, sleigh rides, Lilac Sundaysand Charles river festivities. There’s no place else we’d rather be to experience the joy and unfoldment of God’s ideas every season in beautiful Boston.
Take flight like an eagle, and enjoy this 90-second video clip filled with all-new fall views of colorful foliage, magnificent rooftops, and panoramas of Boston’s beautiful skyline. It's a fresh perspective of The Residences at 910 on the campus of the Benevolent Association as it sits just four miles from The Mother Church.
We often get this question. Just how active are our residents? And then someone showed us an impressive summary list of all the activities and trips from just this past summer — and we were amazed! Enjoy watching this 90-second activity log — one way we can give thanks for a summer of fun activities and inspiring moments.
This time he takes us around some of Boston’s beautiful nature parks and pathways. You may not realize how many hidden gems there are just a few miles from the BA. And comment below if there are some other treasures around Boston you think we should explore…
In this video the BA’s Monty Haas takes us from the BA to Longyear Museum, and then to Mrs. Eddy’s home at 400 Beacon Street. You may be surprised to learn how muchthese three different locations have in common — and they’re all within two miles of each other.
The BA’s Monty Haas takes us to the Christian Science Plaza and identifies some of the gems only 4 miles from the BA..
What would it be like to live in a community where every day brings the same kind of inspiration the disciples found with Jesus at the morning meal? Explore the spiritual qualities embraced by The Residences at 910 in this video.
Summer scenes at the BA – cookouts, nature, and fun times... enjoy this video!
Narrated by Monty Haas, this short video takes you on a tour or the BA’s living suites and apartments.
Walking through the halls of the BA may give you the impression that you’ve entered a fine arts museum. The extensive collection of artwork is an integral part of the warm and uplifting atmosphere offered by the BA. Framed works adorn the walls of patient rooms, living quarters, hallways, corridors, and meeting rooms. You’ll see a variety of styles and mediums representing nearly 100 years of creative expression. Most pieces were generously donated to the BA.