Congregation Lion of Judah 68 Northampton St, Boston, MA02118 The Congregation Lion of Judah serves a diverse body of Spanish-speaking first and second generation immigrants living…More in and around Boston. Affiliated with the conservative Baptist and American Baptist Churches, the Congregation moved to its current South End location from Cambridge in 1997. Renovations are ongoing as the church continues to grow its membership and expand its worship services for English speakers.
Interfaith Apts 282 Columbus Ave, Boston, MA02116 This walk-up townhouse is one of four Interfaith Apts locations that have a total of 69 units ranging from one bedroom…More to four. Renovated in 2004 by Madison Park Development Corp. and Haley House Inc., the Columbus Avenue location is available for households with low and moderate incomes who qualify. The building is across the street from Back Bay Station. Other locations of Interfaith Apts are at 564 and 688 Massachusetts Ave. and 69 W. Concord St.
Howard Yezerski Gallery 460 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA02118 Howard Yezerski boasts more than 25 years in the Boston art scene. His newest space, located in the newly-renovated…More complex at 460 Harrison, is stunning with high ceilings and an entire wall of windows. Here, Yezerski and gallery director Sasha Goldman curate shows of contemporary paintings, photographs and sculptures, among other works. The gallery is open to all kinds of art whether it be video, abstract or figurative pieces.