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Phone: 508-879-3800 Website: http://www.islamicsocietyframingham.org History
The Islamic Society of Framingham is a non-profit organization that maintains the Islamic Center of Framingham. The early members of the mosque began meeting in 1999 at a condominium in Framingham and started their fundraising efforts to purchase a building. Initially, the community leased a space (which was previously a Friendly’s ice cream parlor) on South... Read more about Islamic Society of Framingham and Masjid-E-Basheer
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...
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Phone: 888-390-5580 Email: email@example.com Website: http://drikungboston.org [flickr_set id="72157621814578767"]
Following requests from practitioners, Khenchen Konchog Gyaltsen Rinpoche of the Tibetan Drikung Kagyu lineage came to the United States in 1982. In 1985, he helped to found Drikung Meditation Center (DMC) in Boston. In addition to the Boston center, Khenchen Rinpoche has also worked to found a... Read more about Drikung Meditation Center
King's Chapel is an independent church--Anglican in liturgy, congregational in polity, and Unitarian Universalist Christian in theology. Founded in 1686, the chapel was the first Anglican church in New England. The church’s construction was not appreciated by...