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All Saints Parish

Episcopal.
1773 Beacon St.
Brookline

Am Tikva

"Am Tikva - 'People of Hope' - has been serving the Greater Boston community since 1976, creating an open and welcoming environment where gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered Jews of all ages and degrees of religious observance can meet to explore their common heritage and enjoy the company of fellow Jews."
All services are held at the Temple Sinai Auditorium, 50 Sewall Ave.
Coolidge Corner
Brookline

Boston Shambhala Center

Meditation and contemplative arts in the Shambhala and Buddhist traditions.
646 Brookline Ave.
Brookline
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Chinese Christian Church of New England

United Church of Christ.
1835 Beacon St.
Brookline

Congregation Kehillath Israel

"Congregation Kehillath Israel is a vibrant Conservative congregation which promotes a Judaism that is accepting, wise, morally powerful, and intellectually alive. As an innovating synagogue, KI has been at the forefront of the synagogue renaissance movement, encouraging 'seekers' on their path toward meaning, rootedness, and a fulfilling spirituality."
384 Harvard St.
Brookline

First Parish in Brookline (Unitarian-Universalist)

382 Walnut St.
Brookline

First Presbyterian Church in Brookline

32 Harvard St.
Brookline Village
Brookline

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Hebrew College

Brookline

Holy Transfiguration Monastery

278 Warren St.
Brookline

Israel Book Shop

New England's oldest and largest supplier of Judaic books, art, music, gifts, software, videos, and ritual, educational, and synagogue supplies.
410 Harvard Ave.
Brookline

Maimonides School

"Maimonides School was founded in 1937 by HaRav Joseph Dov Soloveitchik, zt'l. Today, Maimonides is a world-renowned Torah institution with almost 700 students from Kindergarten through Grade Twelve and over 1,000 alumni."
Philbrick Road.
Brookline

New England Hebrew Academy

An orthodox day school.
9 Prescott St.
Brookline

Progressive Chavurah

Member-led Jewish services in Boston, Brookline and Newton.
Brookline

Saint Mary of the Assumption Parish

This site contains a mass schedule, contact form, parish registration, religious education info and more.
5 Linden Pl.
Brookline Village
Brookline

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Temple Beth Zion

"Temple Beth Zion is non-denominational. That means that we are not aligned with any specific national movement within Judaism. We take the best that all the Jewish movements offer. We are open to Jews of all persuasions and to non-Jews looking for access into Judaism. We are a comfortable and non-judgmental environment for Jews in other spiritual practices who are looking for a Jewish connection. We are egalitarian, with full equality of women in synagogue life. In some ways we are an unorthodox Hasidic shul."
1566 Beacon St.
Brookline

Temple Ohabei Shalom

"Ohabei Shalom, 'Lovers of Peace,' is the oldest Reform congregation in New England. We have over 700 families in our congregation, and over 300 students in our religious school.
Brookline
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Temple Sinai

Reform.
50 Sewall Ave.
Coolidge Corner
Brookline

United Parish of Brookline

Affiliated with: American Baptist, United Church of Christ, United Methodist.
210 Harvard St.
Brookline

Yad Chessed Charity Fund

The Yad Chessed Charity Fund was formed to help needy people primarily in the Boston area. The Fund provides financial assistance to needy individuals either in the form of grants, monthly food certificates or loans.
Brookline

Young Israel of Brookline

"The Young Israel of Brookline is one of the largest Orthodox congregations in New England with over 350 members."
62 Green St.
Brookline


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