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    Churches in Chestnut Hill


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    Business Listing   Church of the Redeemer - Chestnut Hill, MA - Phone: (617) 566-7679


    Business Listing   Congregation Mishkan Tefila - Chestnut Hill, MA - Phone: (617) 332-7770


    Business Listing   First Church in Chestnut Hill - Chestnut Hill, MA - Phone: (617) 566-6237


    Business Listing   Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception - Chestnut Hill, MA - Phone: (617) 244-3696


    Business Listing   Lubavitch-Chabad Jewish Education Center - Chestnut Hill, MA - Phone: (617) 469-5000


    Business Listing   Turetz Alan Rabbi - Chestnut Hill, MA - Phone: (617) 469-9400


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    Helpful Definition for: Churches


    A church in Chestnut Hill is a building or structure whose primary purpose is to facilitate Christian worship and meetings. It is a religious body made up of the Christian congregation, members and clergy. The worship service may be a blend of traditional and contemporary service. They are non-denominational, evangelical churches, embracing a charismatic style of worship, with the purpose to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world using every medium of communication capable to man. They believe the Bible to be the inerrant word of God, which is the final authority of faith and practice to genuine Christians.

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