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.
City Feed and Supply 66a Boylston St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Ten years ago, a modest store opened on Boylston Street that would become a symbol of the local-food movement in Jamaica…More Plain. City Feed and Supply is the kind of meeting place that owners David Warner and Kristine Cortese envisioned. But don't look for farmer's supplies; this is a mecca for people who want to buy what regional farmers produce. Call it a store with a conscience, but the owners call it a place where good old-fashioned local products and local people meet.
Stony Brook station (MBTA) 100 Boylston St, Jamaica Plain, MA02130 Stony Brook station is a small, quiet station tucked into the ground between Jackson and Green Street Stations. It…More is another access point to the subway serving densely populated south Jamaica Plain. With its adjacent seating, stone engraved poetry and proximity to a public green space, the station has a community park-like feel. With 12 bicycle spaces, no car parking and side street access, this station is primarily used by pedestrians on their way into town or out to Forest Hills. Like Green Street, it connects to only one bus route, the #48 which serves South and Centre Streets.