The Harvard College Interfaith Council was founded in 2004 by a group of students interested in expanding awareness across different faiths and fostering mutual support among campus religious organizations in particular. Initially... Read more about Harvard College Interfaith Council
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Phone: 781-283-2685 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.wellesley.edu/religiouslife [flickr_set id="72157621814092387"]
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at Wellesley College is inspired by the College's belief that education is both an intellectual and a spiritual pursuit. Through its programs on moral, ethical, and spiritual issues, it seeks to encourage pluralistic dialogue among... Read more about Wellesley College Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
The seeds of The Crossing were planted in 2005 when Rev. Stephanie Spellers was hired as a minister at The Cathedral Church of St. Paul. Charged with young adult outreach, she gathered eight 20 to 30-somethings in November 2005 for dinner and...
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Phone: 617-354-0414 Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.faithcambridge.org [flickr_set id="72157621937325932"]
Swedish immigrants founded Faith Lutheran Church in 1892. The minister at the time would go down to the docks, meet Swedish Lutherans, and bring them back to Cambridge and secure jobs and housing for them. Church services were conducted entirely in Swedish until the late-1930s and, until recently, older... Read more about Faith Lutheran Church
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Phone: 617-782-8120 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.iccboston.org [flickr_set id="72157621937327862"]
The International Community Church (ICC) was created in 1998 by a legal consolidation of the Brighton Avenue Baptist Church and the New Life Church. Founded in 1853, the Brighton Avenue Baptist Church was a mainline American Baptist Church that reached its peak membership in the 1940s and 1950s and then gradually... Read more about International Community Church
Founded in 1902, the Massachusetts Council of Churches (MCC) was created by mainline Protestant churches as part of a national movement to share mutual mission objectives amongst denominations. Originally called the Massachusetts Federation of Churches, the group experienced...
The Pentecostal Tabernacle was founded in 1927 with about 30 members. By the 1940s, the congregation included a Sunday school class, a far-reaching radio program and twice-yearly revival weekends. A notable year for congregants is 1972, when a week-long revival ended up stretching out for over a year. After this, the church went through a...
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Phone: 617-252-0005 Email: email@example.com [home], firstname.lastname@example.org [home] Website: https://www.reservoirchurch.org [flickr_set id="72157621812763001"]
In the late-1960s, the Jesus Movement began in Southern California. It drew on orthodox beliefs of mainline and evangelical Protestant churches, updating the style, utilizing contemporary music, and focusing on sermons that were applicable to daily life. The... Read more about Reservoir Church
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Phone: 508-918-9786 Website: http://www.elderfaiths.org History and Mission
In 1996, several members of the New England Local Council of the Covenant of the Goddess (NELCCoG) decided to form a group "in order to provide services to the local Pagan community which require a larger scale, more formal organizational structure than our individual covens can comfortably offer." These founders created the Society of Elder Faiths (SEF),... Read more about Society of Elder Faiths