Boston is a census-designated place in Nelson County, Kentucky, United States. Boston is along I-65. Its ZIP code is 40107.
Boston is 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 then president of the Southern Baptist Convention.
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.