Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 45 result(s) for congregations in the Ballou Channing District.
First Universalist Church of Assinippi
First Parish of Norwell
Church ID: 4834 - Staff & Stats
First Parish in Plymouth
Church ID: 4922 - Staff & Stats
UU Meeting House of Provincetown
Church ID: 4923 - Staff & Stats
Channing Church UU
First Parish UU Church
Unitarian Church of Sharon
Church ID: 5013 - Staff & Stats
First Parish Universalist Church
Church ID: 5033 - Staff & Stats
First Parish Church in Taunton
UU Society of Martha's Vineyard
Church ID: 5121 - Staff & Stats
The First Church of West Bridgewater
Multi-Denominational Members: 105
Church ID: 5135 - Staff & Stats
UU Church of Weymouth
Church ID: 5024 - Staff & Stats
Westminster Unitarian Church
Church ID: 7434 - Staff & Stats
First Universalist Church of Burrillville
Channing Memorial Church
Church ID: 7511 - Staff & Stats
UU Congregation of South County
Church ID: 7510 - Staff & Stats
Religious Society of Bell Street Chapel
The First Universalist Church in Providence
First Unitarian Church of Providence
Church ID: 7513 - Staff & Stats
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