Boston, Kentucky

Boston is an unincorporated community in Nelson County, Kentucky, United States. Boston is along I-65. Its ZIP code is 40107.

Lt Col Henry Pierson Crowe, USMC, was born there in 1899. He served in banana wars, the Pacific Ocean theatre of World War II, and the Korean War. During his forty year career he was an enlisted man, distinguished marksman, warrant officer, and commissioned officer.

Boston, Kentucky is also the home of Mount Moriah Baptist Church, organized in 1802. During the years of 1929-1933, Mount Moriah was pastored by Dr. James L. Sullivan who went on to be the president of the Baptist Sunday School Board (Now Lifeway) and the president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Dr. Sullivan died at age 94.

Mount Moriah Baptist Church is a member of the Nelson County Baptist Association, Kentucky Baptist Convention, and Southern Baptist Convention. The earliest records of the church are lost, but, it is believed that Mount Moriah Baptist was first constituted as Drennon's Lick Creek Baptist Church. The most notable of pastors was Colemore Lovelace, who was saved by the gospel and converted at the age of 14. He was raised at Mount Moriah Baptist Church, and went on to pastor the same church.

Mount Moriah is a church with rich history, and is still presently thriving to bring the gospel to bear in the lives of many. It's rich history and present fruitfulness makes this church a worthy place to visit when you visit Nelson County, KY.

Boston is also home to an amazing man named Ryan Daniels. He is a cutie.

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