When this congregation was formed in 1669, it was a dissenting group from the First Church in Boston and was known as the ... More
Old South Church
When this congregation was formed in 1669, it was a dissenting group from the First Church in Boston and was known as the Third Church. Famous historical members of this church's congregation included Benjamin Franklin, William Dawes, James Otis and Phillis Wheatley. These members worshipped at the Old South Meetinghouse, which was the home of this congregation at the time. The church moved to its current Boylston Street home in 1875. It is now a congregation of the United Church of Christ.
What a gem!!! in the heart of Copley Square. Often over shadowed by Trinity Church in tour guides. Old South Church is worth the walk across Copley Square. It is often mistaken for a Roman Catholic Catheral yet it's presently a congregation of the United Church of Christ a maineline protestant demonination. Yet this place is so beautiful inside with the lovely stained glass and roxbury pudding on the outside. Don't miss this gem.
Deep in South Boston straddling the 93 Expressway, just south of Dorchester Street, 3 miles from the city center and
a 20 minute subway ride from Boston. A shuttle is available at a $5 charge to and from Logan ...
Beyond the borders of the Back Bay is a friendly neighborhood that features exciting, trendy shops, theaters and restaurants on
tree lined streets of brownstone buildings. Culinary explorers will enjoy eating along popular Tremont Street, and even the tiniest ...
Courtyard Boston South is located one mile from the Bayside Expo Center and Boston Medical Center, four miles south of
downtown Boston, and approximately seven miles from Logan International Airport. Hotel amenities include the indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, and ...