Kevin Scott

Church@The Well, Massachusetts
Lead Church Planter
Boston  Massachusetts
Church@The Well
February 25
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About My Family

My family and I are California natives who moved to Boston in July 2011 to plant Church@The Well. I have been married to Christy since 1996, and we have three children: Tanner, Lacey and Ana Maria.

I love spending time with family and friends, playing sports (especially soccer), reading theology books, exploring the city, meeting new people and enjoying life.

I have served as a pastor since 2005 and, prior to that, worked at a camp for inner-city kids in upstate New York. I hold two master's degrees from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary (Master of Arts in Religion and M.Div.) and a B.S. in biology.

Before entering full-time ministry, Christy and I owned and operated two successful businesses (a restaurant and a full-service catering business) in Bakersfield, Calif.

About My Church Plant

Church@The Well is comprised of a diverse group of people who long to make much of Jesus by spreading the gospel and being a blessing to the people of Boston. On March 11, 2012, we began an informal, public weekly worship gathering in east Boston. This gathering has grown and continues to spread the gospel and see new people come to know Jesus for His glory.

In 2014, we launched The Well Coffee House in South Station in downtown Boston. This nonprofit coffeehouse serves as an outreach venue and a source of ministry revenue. Each month the coffeehouse highlights a different local (non-religious) non-profit that is doing good in our city.

The second Well Coffee House opened in November 2017 as a building amenity for 4,000 people in the financial district of Boston and currently employs four full-time coffeehouse missionaries. 

NAMB Church Planting

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Pray for continued favor and gospel influence in the city of Boston for both Church@The Well and The Well Coffee House.


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