Congregation Search Results
Your search returned 29 result(s) for congregations within 10 miles of Boston.
The King's Chapel
Church ID: 4233 - Staff & Stats
Church of the Larger Fellowship
No formal meeting location.
24 Farnsworth St
Boston MA 02210-1409
Map and Directions
Church ID: 1911 - Staff & Stats
Arlington Street Church
Church ID: 4225 - Staff & Stats
First Church in Boston
Church ID: 4232 - Staff & Stats
The Community Church of Boston
UU Congregation at First Church in Roxbury
Church ID: 4932 - Staff & Stats
First Parish in Cambridge (UU)
Church ID: 4321 - Staff & Stats
First Parish Church in Dorchester
First Parish in Brookline
Church ID: 4316 - Staff & Stats
First Church in Jamaica Plain UU
Church ID: 4615 - Staff & Stats
First Parish in Malden Universalist
Lucy Stone House (UU Community Cooperatives)
Margaret Moseley House (UU Community Cooperatives)
UU Church of Medford
The First Church in Chestnut Hill
First Parish UU of Arlington, Massachusetts
Church ID: 4132 - Staff & Stats
The First Church in Belmont
Church ID: 4213 - Staff & Stats
First Parish of Watertown
Church ID: 5131 - Staff & Stats
Melrose UU Church
Church ID: 4723 - Staff & Stats
Theodore Parker UU Church
Church ID: 5214 - Staff & Stats
Winchester Unitarian Society
Church ID: 5223 - Staff & Stats
First Parish in Milton UU
Church ID: 4731 - Staff & Stats
United First Parish Church
Church ID: 4924 - Staff & Stats
First UU Society in Newton
Church ID: 5212 - Staff & Stats
Church ID: 4631 - Staff & Stats
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