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Sintra
4.6 (20) · American
Intimate restaurant offering a rotating menu of American-Mediterranean cuisine & a full bar.
1.5 mi  (4 min)· 906 Washington St
Great cocktails · Great wine list · Great dessert
Closed today
 
Kristin's
4.5 (44) · $ · Breakfast Restaurant
Homey breakfast & lunch diner known for having 2 dozen kinds of pancakes, plus sandwiches & salads.
0.2 mi  (2 min) · 349 Washington St
Quick bite · Usually a wait · Cozy
Closed now
 
Cielo Mexican Restaurant
4.3 (61) · $$ · Mexican
Moderately priced tacos & tequila in a homey, comfortable Mexican dining room.
2.2 mi (6 min) · 1209 Washington St
Great cocktails · Great dessert · Cozy
 
Chili's Grill & Bar
1.8 Mile  (5 min) (53) · $$ · Restaurant
Family-friendly chain serving classic Tex-Mex & American fare in a Southwestern-style setting
17.4 mi · Ivory Plaza, 170 Pearl Street Ivory Plaza
Quick bite · Great cocktails · Great beer selection
 
   
Uno Pizzeria & Grill
3.6 (34) · $$ · Pizza
Family-friendly chain serving Chicago-style pizza along with pasta, steaks & burgers.
2.0 mi ·(6 min) South Shore Plaza, 250 Granite St
Quick bite · Great cocktails · Great beer selection
 
Tokyo Japanese Steak House
3.8 (35) · Japanese
Shabu, a hot-pot meal, & other Asian options are made to order at this sleek spot with a sushi bar.
1.7 mi · (5 min)  South Shore Plaza, 250 Granite St
Great dessert · Casual · Vegetarian options
 
The Cheesecake Factory
3.6 (81) · $$ · Restaurant
American chain restaurant offering sizable portions from a vast menu including signature cheesecake
1.3 mi · (4 min)  5 South Shore Plaza, 250 Granite St
Usually a wait · Happy hour drinks · Great cocktails
 
Legal Sea Foods
3.8 (75) · Seafood
Specializing in upmarket seafood, this contemporary chain also serves steaks & cocktails.
18.6 mi · 30 Forbes Rd
Great cocktails · Great wine list · Great beer selection
 
Bertucci's Kitchen & Bar
3.8 (31) · $$ · Italian
Kid-friendly chain serving classic Italian fare & pizzas, plus cocktails, wine & beer.
2.2 mi · Braintree Five Corners Center, 412 Franklin St
Quick bite · Great cocktails · Great wine list
 
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
4.2 (27) · $$ · Sandwich
Retro-style counter-serve chain known for made-to-order toasted sandwiches, salads & baked goods.
18.7 mi · 30 Forbes Rd
Quick bite · Casual · Healthy options
Closing soon: 9:00 PM
 
99 Restaurant & Pub
3.3 (21) · $$ · Restaurant
Kid-friendly pub chain for classic American fare like burgers, wings & salads.
1.6 mi · South Shore Plaza, 250 Granite St
Great cocktails · Great beer selection · Great dessert
 
Burger King
2.7 (24) · $ · Fast Food
Well-known fast-food chain serving grilled burgers, fries & shakes, plus breakfast.
1.7 mi · 165 Pearl St
Quick bite · Drive-through · Casual
 
Tiki Palace
3.2 (12) · Restaurant
Old-school joint offering pu-pu platters & other Chinese-Polynesian staples, plus exotic cocktails.
2.3 mi · 1177 Washington St
Quick bite · Great cocktails · Casual
 
TGI Fridays
3.0 (97) · $$ · Restaurant
Casual chain restaurant with a festive vibe serving beer, cocktails & a wide menu of American fare.
18.7 mi · 60 Forbes Rd
Great cocktails · Great beer selection · College students
 
Loco's
4.6 (14) · Restaurant
 1.3 mi · 913 Washington St
Quick bite · Casual · Takeout
Closed now
 
 
Dave & Buster's
3.7 (165) · $$ · Sports Bar
Family-friendly chain offering a sports-bar-style setting for American food & arcade games.
1.8.mi · South Shore Plaza, 250 Granite St #1908
Bar games · Great cocktails · Great beer selection
 
 
Subway
1 review · $ · Sandwich
Casual counter-serve chain for build-your-own sandwiches & salads.
1.4 mi · South Shore Plaza, 250 Granite St #2108
Quick bite · Casual · Vegetarian options
Closing soon: 9:00 PM



Hyatt Place -Braintree 

Address: 50 Forbes Rd, Braintree, MA 02184
1.7 mile (4 min)  from the Braintree SDA Church
3-star Hotel $$$
 
 
Boston Marriott- Quincy
Address: 1000 Marriott Dr, Quincy, MA 02169
4-star Hotel  $$$
1.6 Mile (5min)  from the Braintree SDA Church
 
 
Motel 6 -Braintree
Address: 125 Union St, Braintree, MA 02184
2-star Hotel  $$
1.4 Mile ( 4 min) from the Braintree SDA Church
 
Holiday Inn Express -Braintree
Address: 190 Wood Rd, Braintree, MA 02184
2-star Hotel  $$
2.6 Miles (6 min) from the Braintree SDA Church
 
 
Candlewood Suites -Braintree 
Address: 235 Wood Rd, Braintree, MA 02184
2-star Hotel  $$
2.8 Miles (7 min) from the Braintree SDA Church
 
 
 

Nearby Hotels to the church

 
From Boston Logan International Airport
Get on I-90 W from Harborside Dr. Take I-93 S to Washington St in Braintree. Take exit 7 from I-93 S. Merge onto Washington St. Destination will be on the left.
  
Public Transportation
Take the  red Line Train to Baintree last stop , and take the Bus #230 to Quincy Center. Get Off @ Washington street - Common street. The church is about 1 minute walk.
 
From the South - Brockton
Take the MA-24 North. Continue on MA-24 N. Take I-93 N to Washington St in Braintree. Take exit 18-7 from I-93 N toward Quincy Center/Transit Station. Keep right at the fork to continue on Exit 18, follow signs for Washington St/Braintree and merge onto Washington St. Destination will be on the left.
 
From the South - Cape Cod
Get on US-6 W. Follow US-6 W and MA-3 N to Thomas E. Burgin Pkwy in Braintree. Take exit 19 from MA-3 N toward Mbta Station/Quincy Center. Drive to Washington street.
 
From the West- Lancaster
Get on I-495 S in Bolton from MA-117 E. Continue on I-495 S. Take I-90 E, I-95 S/MA-128 S and I-93 N to Washington St in Braintree. Take exit 18-7 from I-93 N. Merge onto Washington St. Destination will be on the left. 
 
From the North - Stoneham
Get on I-93 S. Follow I-93 S to Washington St in Braintree. Take exit 7 from I-93 S. Merge onto Washington St. Destination will be on the left.
 

To understand the founding of the Braintree Seventh-day Adventist Church one has to consider the man God inspired to be an example to those he ministered to about “the Gospel of One Church, One Family, One Community”. For forty years, Pastor Bill Brace made it his mission to share the story of Grace, Righteousness by Faith, and the Redemptive Love. …

1976/1977- Bill Brace begins reading the book Testimonies to the Church. After a year, Bill made it to Volume 9 and those passages made him feel God calling him to ministry, more specifically to begin planting churches in and around Boston.

Pastor Brace began as an Associate Pastor in Providence, RI. Later he moved on to Connecticut to serve as lead Pastor for two and a half years. During this time, the burden for working in Boston was still on his heart. In God’s timing he was sent to Sterling, MA, just an hour drive west of Boston, just after being ordained in the Southern New England Conference.

His ministry in Central Massachusetts lasted four years and ultimately served as the catalyst to begin his ministry in the Boston area. Another divine opportunity presented itself, through the generosity of two donors, and they were able to subsidize his salary and continue doing the work to further the Gospel in the Boston area. For several years it was a ministry of “financial faith.” …

Fast forward to beginning on July 1, 1983, Bill's ministry took him now to just 15 minutes outside of Boston, to Waltham where he (felt impressed, as a former native of Canada, to begin working with a large group of French Canadians who resided there) began the work of ministering and sharing more about Christ’s love. At the end of the year, 1 person converted and was baptized. At the conclusion of his Waltham ministry a congregation was established, comprised of several scores of individuals.

In 1985, Tennessee Bible workers Steve and Alberta Cook, along with Alberta's mother, began to give Bible study incorporating the health message. Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, Pastor Brace worked with the Cooks, now just south of Boston in Quincy, MA and the Gospel began to spread.

They sent informational mailings, invitations, and word of mouth for Bible study. By 1987 there were about half a dozen that gathered for Sabbath worship and Wednesday night prayer meeting. This same small group decided to step out on faith and began to look for a church to rent to hold services in a concrete location in anticipation of growing membership.

It was this Quincy group that found a Lutheran church for rent on Robert Street. They approached the Pastor and two board members about renting for Saturday worship and Wednesday gatherings. Pastor Brace recalls that the group knew they had no viable funding to rent the space, but the Lutheran Pastor simply asked how much they might be able to afford. I said, "something like $300, which in those days they could have rented the place for at least $1000”. The Lutheran Pastor and two board members in attendance replied simply saying, "pay us whatever you can."

**Faith Note/ Testimony from Pastor Brace: One of the board members, one Sabbath morning, approached me and shared why she had encouraged her pastor to allow us to rent the church. He recalls” she said, you know I once knew a Seventh-day Adventist at the Quincy Hospital about 40 years ago. He was a doctor who was doing his residency and he was kind to all the nurses and patients he encountered. That would have been around the 1940's”. I asked if she remembered the Doctor's name and she said that she did, his name was Edgar Latimer. I shared with her that that man became my father-in law”. Dr. Latimer had sowed seeds forty years prior to Pastor Brace’s coming to Boston!

After four years at the Lutheran Church on Robert Street, there were now up to about forty members that had been baptized into the congregation. They then decided to search for a worship location they could call their own, leading them to Braintree a few minutes drive from Quincy. In Braintree, Pastor Brace approached a Christian Science Church located on Washington Street to see if there was any interest in selling. At the time, they were not at all interested, but two years later, as God’s perfect timing would have it, that same church would end up calling Pastor Brace and offer to sell for $200,000.

By 1991 the Washington Street location grew to about 75 members. Shortly thereafter, the South Shore Seventh-day Adventist School (SSSDAS) was established to support growing Adventist families. SSSDAS is a ministry Pastor Brace has had a continued burden for to educate young people, from a God-centered perspective, and above of all things, develop within them Christlike character and conduct through training for the next generation of ministry leadership.

A seed that was planted over 40 years ago in the heart of Pastor Brace in Connecticut was cast to the wind to the southern shores of Massachusetts, where it germinated and grew into a congregation of nearly 200. Choosing to take up the call, the Brace family has been rooted in the love of God and has worked to help win souls for his return.

Today, if you arrive at 250 Washington Street in Braintree, MA you will find that the group maintains its growth and is still guided by the Holy Spirit to minister and to make disciples of all willing people. They work by communicating, via Biblical word and deeds, the everlasting gospel of Christ our Lord in the context of the Three Angels’ messages of Revelation 14:6-12, ultimately helping to lead people to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior from sin. This is in a continuous effort to unite God’s Remnant Church which, in turn, prepares individuals for our Lord’s soon return.

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