A community-wide Bahá'í Center was established in Boston in 1950 at 116 Commonwealth Avenue that was used to host weekly public meetings and youth gatherings. Since that time the Center has moved to several other locations in Boston and is now located at 595 Albany Street. Today the Boston Bahá'í Center is the seat of the Local... Read more about Boston Bahá’í Center
Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 9 July 2018.
Phone: 781-899-7120 Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.tao.org Description
The Center of Traditional Taoist Studies was founded by Sifu Alex Anatole in 1979 as the New England Center of Tao and has been at its present location on Applecrest Road in Weston since 1985. Dr. Anatole began his studies of Taoism as a child in Moscow with the renowned Taoist Master Lu Yang Tai, with whom he worked for twenty years. The... Read more about Center of Traditional Taoist Studies
Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 25 September 2018.
Phone: 781-828-2275 Email: Info@templebethdavid.com Website: http://www.templebethdavid.com History
Temple Beth David was founded in 1960 by second and third generation American Jews living on the South Shore. The temple building, which is handicap accessible, includes a sanctuary, classroom facilities, a library, and a social hall.
Temple Beth David is unique in its role as a center... Read more about Beth David of the South Shore
Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 2 August 2018.
Phone: 781-340-1604 Website: http://www.friendsofhomeless.org/ Mission
"Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore is dedicated to helping homeless families by providing shelter, advocacy, food, clothing and furniture. We address a whole range of needs from physical to emotional, from personal to social, and from psychological to spiritual. Our goals are helping to build stronger individuals and families; helping to secure education... Read more about Friends of the Homeless of the South Shore