Outside a really magnificent architecture, inside you'll love the glass paintings, not as prestigious as the big European cathedrals but sure a historic sight of Boston.
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Very different from the Old North Church, but equally beautiful and set amidst the cubbub of busy Boston. As soon as I stepped inside, I couldn't hear any of the noise from the streets, and there's a little more room to explore than the older...More
It took a special place to get me back as a regular church goer, and Old South Church is just that kind of special place. The historic church with Rev. Nancy Taylor as it's lead, proclaims to welcome everyone, and they practice what they preach....More
A beautiful historical church in Boston's Back Bay. Wonderful architecture and details. Also, many other places to see in this area: Copley Square, Copley Place, Boston Public Library, The Prudential Center, Newbury street and much more.
The Gothic Revival Old South Church – also known as New Old South Church or Third Church – is located in Boston's Back Bay adjacent to Copley Square; it is a historic United Church of Christ congregation first organized in 1669. Persons interested in religion,...More
Attended the blessing of the athletes there for the past 2 years. What a welcoming congregation! Lovely church and music. The message and spirit there is amazing. If I lived in Boston, this would be my church.
While on a recent visit to the Boston Public Library, I decided to finally stop into this church. As I looked at the beautiful architecture and stained glass windows, I wondered what had taken me so long. The building is from the 1800s, but the...More
The outside architecture is beautiful/unique and very picture worthy. The inside contains beautiful stain glass windows. Entrance is free and the time spent to visit this church is well worth it. Also be sure to visit Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library all across...More