Clinton Patronella

Seven Mile Road Church (Waltham), Massachusetts
Lead Church Planter
Waltham Massachusetts
Seven Mile Road Church (Waltham)
January 5
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About My Family

By God’s unbelievable grace, Clint is an adopted son of God the Father, serving Jesus and being sent by the Spirit to make disciples in Greater Boston (Waltham). After completing a Th.M. at Dallas Theological Seminary, Clint joined the pastoral staff at The Village Church. In 2012, Clint went to Boston for the first time and everything changed. That weekend, God gave the Patronellas a burden for the people of Boston and set them on a journey to plant in Waltham. He is married to his best friend, Andea and together they have five beautiful children: Bryton, Haddon, Everett, Evangeline and Emerson. They love reading, good eats and conversations with friends.

About My Church Plant

Seven Mile Road is a new church in Waltham, Mass., where neighbors become family. We believe a church is not a building or a place, but a family and a community. We exist to make, mature and multiply disciples in Waltham by providing clear and compelling witness to the real Jesus. Our big dream is to saturate Waltham with the gospel until everyone delights in the truth, goodness and beauty of Jesus.

NAMB Church Planting

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Pray for God to save men, women and children in Waltham and beyond. Pray for God to send us families and singles to co-labor with us. Pray for God to provide financially. Pray for God to strengthen and sustain our marriage.


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