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.
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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.
Merrie Mizaras, Activities Coordinator for The Residences at 910, can't help but bubble with excitement when she talks about all the opportunities for Senior Living here. Listen as she shares her journey from theater to real estate and back into theater. Merrie gives us an inside look at how she and residents take on Boston — from local theater to the beach.
“I came here to live my life to the fullest…” That’s what one of our residents told us about their decision to live at The Residences at 910. In this 3-minute audio recording, hear our Leasing Agent, Debeth Gooding, tell us what residents recently shared with her, and why they decided to live here.
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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!
New England Conservatory has been generously sharing its outstanding musicians with The Residences at 910 for many years. A jazz duo was here on May 13th and performed a variety of standards that had us all tapping our feet! Keep clicking on the photo to see a slideshow of the concert.
A delicious Valentine's themed dish from Chef Mark.
Our Residential Leasing Agent, Debeth Gooding, has a wealth of background in real estate, and loves helping people find just the right expression of home. In this audio interview with Monty Haas, Debeth offers fun facts, tips on relocating, and a variety of options for active senior Christian Scientists.
This recipe from Chef Mark is a favorite!
Perfect for the holidays — try this tasty dessert recipe from Chef Mark –you’ll love the aroma even before it comes out of the oven.
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.
The BA’s residential services are being transformed. For too long this vital service offered by the BA to senior Christian Scientists has been hidden on its 24-acre campus. To bring clarity and attention to this distinct and important service we’re launching a new name and look.
The Mother Church closed Pleasant View in Concord, New Hampshire in 1975 and moved a number of the residents to the Benevolent Association. Senior Christian Scientists have been living as residents on our Chestnut Hill campus ever since. Each decade has brought new residents and an expanded view of home. Today’s residents bring their own vibrant sense of home and family to the campus, and I’d like to share some of those attractive qualities with you...
When Kay Colvin moved into her Senior Living apartment earlier this year, she immediately felt a deep connection with the BA’s 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 BA’s larger community…
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.
Resident, Nancee Jo Roche, has fully embraced the BA community. She enjoys the full range of activities with fellow residents, and because they all love Christian Science “they feel a kinship with each other…”