Find places of worship in Acton, MA. Listings include Highrock Acton, Adore Church, Congregation Beth Elohim, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church - Acton, MA, River of Life Christian Church In Boston and St. Matthew's United Methodist Church. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.
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A friendly, haimish, and pluralistic synagogue serving the Jewish community of greater Acton, Massachusetts, since 1969. Come find your place at CBE!
Join us for Sunday Worship in person or online. Details at www.mtcalvaryacton.org.
We are a gentle community of people who care about love, spiritual growth, and social justice. We welcome everybody regardless of race, status, sexual identity, or religious background.
Our desire is to love God and to love others and we welcome you to our family! We hope you will find Faith EFC to be a place where you can learn and embrace God's Truth.
The Church of the Good Shepherd welcomes all people to our church, regardless of their religious background, or where they are on their spiritual journey. We strive to be faithful to God's call to us, serving each other and the larger community in Christ'
We are part of the Apple Valley Catholic Collaborative. We are a community of Catholic faithful baptized into the Lord's death and resurrection, we celebrate the Eucharist, proclaim his Gospel, serve our neighbor, and show his face to all.
Pastor: Rev. Amy Lunde-Whitler. Music director: Ed Rosser. Open and Affirming. United Church of Christ. Nursery. Accessible.
Congregation Beth Elohim Religious School in Acton, Massachusetts
- We are an American Baptist Church & member of TABCOM. - ALL of God's children are welcome! We are completing the intentional process of becoming a Welcoming and Affirming Congregation. - Sunday school and Nursery Care available during worship.
Mosque and Islamic Center in Acton MA
Abhivandanam. Welcome to the Hindu Temple of Massachusetts page
South Acton Congregational Church UCC are members of a faith community that have long advocated for sensible, responsible policies to end gun violence.