First Baptist Church In Jamaica Plain 633 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Rev. Ashlee Wiest-Laird describes the church as a welcoming and affirming American Baptist congregation. The historic…More church caught fire in January 2005. Only the steeple and walls survived the blaze. A massive church and community effort has resulted in a rebuilt church that has grown to 80 active members. The congregation is highly diverse and reflective of Jamaica Plain as a whole.
First Church In Jamaica Plain Unitarian Universalist 6 Eliot St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The first church established in JP in 1769, the First Church in Jamaica Plain Unitarian Universalist's mission statement…More cites its desire to "join together in a common respect for the beliefs and feelings of all." Services are held Saturdays at 4pm and Sundays at 11am.
Covenant Congregational Church 455 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Conveniently located a short walk from the Forest Hills T Station, Covenant Congregational Church is Jamaica…More Plain's branch of the Evangelical Covenant Church. The church is self-described as "a multi-ethnic, multi-generational, Christ-centered community." In addition to regular Sunday services in English and in Spanish, there are weekly youth group gatherings.
Iglesia Adventista Hispana de Jamaica Plain 40 Elm St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Jamaica Plain Spanish Seventh Day Adventist Church is a small, devout congregation based on Sumner Hill. The…More church's goal is to "provide an environment of service, love and fellowship to every believer" and ministers to fundamental beliefs in the Gospel of Christ and practical instruction of the Bible. It has an extensive website in English and Spanish, but its services are conducted primarily in Spanish. Please note that Seventh Day Adventists worship on Saturdays not Sundays.
Ukrainian Catholic Church of Christ The King 146 Forest Hills St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Established in Jamaica Plain in 1907, Christ the King Church holds Catholic services every Sunday. Mass is conducted at…More 8:30am in English and at 10am in Ukrainian. All are welcome.
St. Thomas Aquinas 97 South St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This historic church is the heart of the oldest Catholic parish in Jamaica Plain and has been a center of community life…More for generations. Among the church's treasures is an 1854 Hook organ.
Jamaica Plain Latvian Lutheran Church 100 Rockview St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This church's services are conducted in Latvian, but the pastor sprinkles in a little English for members who require…More it. The church traces its roots back to 1894, and the congregation has worshipped in the current building since 1922. A split in the 1950s resulted in a separate congregation forming in Brookline. After services, coffee and a meal are provided in the fellowship hall downstairs.
Fellowship Church of God 317 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 The Fellowship Church of God is a Pentecostal church located near Hyde Square. The Fellowship Church offers Sunday…More School, Bible School and a special Friday evening Chosen Generation Service.
The church's mission, according to its Web site, is to "experience and express the tangible love of Jesus Christ in…More greater Jamaica Plain and beyond, inviting others into the Kingdom of God and to follow Jesus."
In addition to the Sunday worship services, members often meet in each others' homes in "Life Groups."
Rental of the church's facilities are available. Call the church for details.
Administrative offices are at 406 S. Huntington Ave., about a block away from the church.
For public transportation: Stony Brook station (Orange Line). Take a right out of the station, walk up Boylston and take a right on Centre.
The spires and cupolas of this beautiful Orthodox church are visible from many places in Forest Hills. The interior…More of the church is richly decorated with murals, stained glass and an icon screen.
Each Tuesday morning at 10am is reserved for "Tuesday Volunteers." People do various jobs around the church. When the work is done, they serve lunch.
United Baptist Church 322 Centre St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Formed by a merger of Dudley Baptist and Centre Street Baptist and pastored by Reverend Laura Buchanan-Ahart, the…More primary focus of United Baptist Church is to spread the Christian Gospel. Sunday service begins at 11 a.m. and Wednesday evening prayer and Bible study begins at 6:30 p.m. Groups include men's and women's fellowships.
Boylston Church 207 Amory St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Established in the late 1800s, Boylston Church is a Christian congregation located on Amory Street. Led by Rev.…More Deryck Mason, the church is dedicated to being "a vibrant and energetic congregation that encourages all to come closer to God." In addition to Sunday services, the church offers music, religious education and community outreach programs. Boylston Church also operates a volunteer-operated thrift shop open the first Saturday of each month.
Primera Iglesia Pentecostal 3251 Washington St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Primera Iglesia Pentecostal is a Spanish-speaking religious community. The Pentecostal movement is made up of Christians…More who believe in a direct personal experience with God through the baptism in the Holy Spirit. Call for information on services offered by the church.
Pine Village Preschool 1 Roanoke Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Pine Village Preschool is a Spanish immersion pre-school founded in 2008. It is located in St. John's Episcopal Church…More on the corner of Roanake Avenue and Revere Street. Pine Village Preschool offers full- and part-time programs; its teachers are native speakers from such countries as Spain, Bolivia and Columbia.
Our Lady of Lourdes 45 Brookside Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Our Lady of Lourdes Parish is led by Reverend Michael Sevingny. The church provides members with Sunday and weekday…More worship services, including daily mass and vigil, youth programs and education, study groups and more.
St John's Episcopal Church Revere St & Roanoke Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 This historic church was founded in 1839 and moved to its present location in 1882. On the church's Web site,…More church leaders describe the congregation as "a eucharistically based faith community of neighbors and families celebrating different understandings of the Christian faith within the Episcopal Church." The church also plays host to community events like JP Concerts, which are free or reduced-cost concerts. The church participates in Angel Food Ministries, which provides quality food to anyone, with no pre-qualifications. The rectory is near the church, at 24 Alveston Street. The rectory phone is 617-522-9093.