The following places of religious and spiritual practice are accessible by walking or taking public transportation from Emerson's Boston campus. The sites listed under LGBTQ are among those who have publicly welcomed LGBTQ people. This resource page is not meant to fully represent the numerous places of worship and practice in the Boston area. Please reach out to Emerson's Center for Spiritual Life at spiritual_life [at] (subject: Boston%20Houses%20of%20Worship%20and%20Practice) (spiritual_life[at]emerson[dot]edu) for more information.

Arlington Street Church (Unitarian Universalist)
351 Boylston Street, Boston

Cambridge Insight Meditation Center (Buddhist)
331 Broadway, Cambridge

Cathedral Church of St. Paul (Episcopal)
138 Tremont Street, Boston

Central Reform Temple (Jewish)
15 Newbury Street, Boston

Church of the Covenant (Presbyterian)
67 Newbury Street, Boston

Community Church of Boston (Inter-religious)
565 Boylston Street, Boston

Dignity/Boston (Roman Catholic)
419 Shawmut Avenue, Boston

First Church in Boston (Unitarian Universalist)
66 Malborough Street, Boston

First Church in Cambridge (United Church of Christ)
11 Garden Street, Cambridge

First Parish in Cambridge (Unitarian Universalist)
3 Church Street, Cambridge

Humanist Hub (Humanist)
30 JFK Street, Cambridge

Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (Muslim)
100 Malcom X Boulevard, Roxbury

Metropolitan Community Church (Protestant)
131 Cambridge Street, Boston

Old South Church (United Church of Christ)
645 Boylston Street, Boston

Old West United Methodist Church (Methodist)
131 Cambridge Street, Boston

The Paulist Center (Roman Catholic)
5 Park Street, Boston

Pride Interfaith Coalition (Interfaith)

The Sanctuary (Inter-religious)
66 Malborough Street, Boston

Shambhala Meditation Center of Boston (Buddhist)
646 Brookline Avenue, Boston

Temple Beth Zion (Jewish)
1566 Beacon Street, Boston

University Lutheran Church (Lutheran)
66 Winthrop Street, Cambridge