Springfield, “the City of Homes”, is home to many faith communities. May you find a warm welcome among one of the following:
Roman Catholic Mass
Sundays @ 1:30 PM
Breck Hall, Room 107
Mass with AIC Students.
Fr. John McDonagh
Office: Lee Hall, 3rd Floor, Room 30 available Mon-Thurs afternoons.
Contact for info on Bible Study, Interfaith Meals, Visits to the “Loaves and Fishes” Soup Kitchen at South Congregational Church (Maple and High Streets), Sacrament of Confirmation or to talk.
321 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, MA 01109
Sunday Services @ 8:00 AM, 11:00 AM and 7 PM (First Sundays only)
The nearby church strives to equip individuals with the tools necessary to set ablaze a wildfire with a kingdom mindset. Works to illuminate our community and the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ
Andrew and Michaelia Daubon, Pastors
1683 Main Street, East Hartford, CT 06108
Hare Krishna Consciousness (free) Feast starts Sunday Feast @ 3:30 PM.
The nonsectarian, monotheistic movement promotes the wellbeing of society by teaching the science of Krishna consciousness according to Bhagavad-Gita and other ancient scriptures.
18 Salem Street, Springfield, MA 01105
Located next to Downtown near the Springfield Museums with services in Espanol
Reverend Dr. Pedro Rafael Osorio, Leader
Court Square, Downtown Springfield
Sunday Service: 12 Noon
Weekly street church meeting outdoors
413.567.5901 (St. Andrew’s, Longmeadow)
377 Amostown Road, West Springfield, MA 01089
AIC Students visiting Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts
Prayer Times vary: www.iswmonline.com/taraveeh-prayers
The largest Mosque of our area serves the religious needs of local Muslims. Its mission includes presenting Islam and representing the local Muslims to the area. It strives to build constructive relationships with non-Muslims in general and other religious (faith) communities in particular.
417 Boston Road, Springfield, MA 01109
Weekend Masses: Sat @ 4 PM, Sun @ 9:15 AM and @11:45 AM (Espanol)
Mon-Fri Masses @ 8 AM
English and Spanish speaking parish East of AIC.
Fr. Ryan Rooney, Administrator
45 Maple Street, Springfield MA
Sunday Service @ 10 AM
The urban church of the Congregational tradition welcomes people of many backgrounds celebrating diversity in language, prayer and music. We identify ourselves as a Jesus-centered, Open and Affirming community. Along with Christ Church Cathedral, the Church hosts a soup kitchen several days a week.
Rev. Tom Gerstenlauer, Pastor
375 Island Pond Road, Springfield, MA 01118
Weekend Masses: Sat @ 4:30 PM, Sun @ 8:30 AM and 10.30 AM
Jesus and His Apostles spoke. Today, Maronite worship includes the language in parts of the Liturgy.
Fr. George Zina
22 St. George Road, Springfield, MA 01104
The Greek Orthodox Cathedral gathers Orthodox near I-91 in the North End.
Rev. Christopher H. Stamas, Presiding Priest
45 Hancock St, Springfield MA 01109
Sunday Service 9:30 AM
Through evangelism St John’s seeks to build the Kingdom of God spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. St. John’s invites others to share in worship to magnify God and be be led to join in fellowship equipped for ministry in the congregation and community.
Dr. Calvin Jerome McFadden, Sr., Senior Pastor
2427 Wilbraham Road, Springfield, MA 01129
Divine Liturgy Sunday @ 10 AM
Rev. Fr. Sevak Gabrielyan, Pastor
260 State St, Springfield MA 01102
Weekend Masses: Sat @ 4 PM, Sun @ 8 AM (Afro American Spiritual Music), 10 AM (traditional organ and choir), 11:45 (Espanol), 4 PM
The diverse community gathers near the MassMutual Center in a Civil War era Church built for people making arms in support of the Federal troops fighting in the Civil War.
Msgr. Christopher Connelly, Rector
45 Buckingham St, Springfield, MA 01109
Sunday Services @ 8 PM (Rite I) and @ 10 AM (Rite II)
A diverse Episcopal community with strong roots in the McKnight Neighborhood near AIC.
Fr. Michael DeVine, Pastor
2 Eunice Drive
Shabbat Mincha begins on Fridays 25-min. before sunset, followed by Se’udah Shlishis (Third Meal) and Ma’ariv begins at nightfall (42-min. after sunset.)
Rabbi Yaakov Wolff
1100 Dickinson Street, Springfield, MA 0110
Shabbat Services: First Friday of month @ 6 PM, other Fridays: @ 7:30 PM (Except Jan & Feb @ 6 PM)
Services rooted in tradition turn outward to establish a link with the modern world underscoring the relevance of living a Jewish life today.
Rabbi Howard Kosovske
979 Dickinson Street, Springfield, MA 01108
Shabbat Services @ 6 PM
The largest conservative congregation in Western Massachusetts devotes itself to seeking God, doing mitzvot, studying Torah, and creating community.
Rabbi Amy Wallk Katz, Ph.D.
361 Sumner Avenue, Springfield, MA 01108
Sunday Service @ 10:30 AM service
Rev. John Mueller, Pastor
The community Cathedral on the edge of Forest Park strives to grow in our spiritual understanding by the Wesleyan (Methodist) Quadrilateral: Tradition (what Christians have believed across the centuries), Reason (critical thought), Experience (personal experience of faith) and most importantly, through Scripture.
245 Porter Lake Drive, Springfield, MA 01106
Sunday Worship @ 10:30 AM
The Society brings together people of diverse beliefs respecting one’s right of conscience, to believe in God or not, while furthering social justice.
Rev. Jason Seymour, Minister
1140 Roosevelt Avenue, Springfield, MA 01109
Sunday Service @ 10:15 AM
East of AIC near the State St & Roosevelt Avenue intersection.
Rev. Dr. Barbara Headley, Senior Pastor
Perhaps, you have discovered another faith community which you have found a home. If so, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request posting, so other AIC students can experience your faith home, too.
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