The Boston Meditation Group of Self-Realization is comprised of members and friends of the worldwide Self-Realization Fellowship (SRF), which was founded in 1920 by spiritual leader Paramahansa Yogananda. Paramahansa Yogananda first...
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Phone: 781-784-3986 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.tisharon.org/ History
In the 1920s Jewish families gathered at a small temple on Harding Street. After a while, the individuals who lived farther away started a group that met in a small, white building. This was where Temple Israel began. The land where the temple is located was originally purchased in 1937, but not until 1949 did construction of the... Read more about Temple Israel of Sharon
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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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Before the purchase of the building in Hopkinton, the founding families of the Islamic Masumeen Center of New England did not have a permanent place of worship for their small and scattered community. Since the late seventies, these families met at homes, schools, and churches in eastern... Read more about Islamic Masumeen Center of New England
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Phone: 617-327-8866 Originally a church of the German language and ethnic characteristic; it also sponsored services in Estonian and Latvian, and founded the Martin Luther Orphanage (1871) and the Gethsemone Cemetery (1871).