Church Of The CovenantCurrently Closed
- Address: 67 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116, United States, 02116
- Timings: 11:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6172667480
- Fax: +16172669532
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Church, Religious Site, Community And Government, Religious, Churches
The Church of the Covenant is one of the biggest tiffany decorated churches in the city of Boston. The interiors are commendable and the church is pretty spacious. The church is dark on the inside with a somber appearance. However, this factor compliments the stained glow glasses that make the figures look lively. The exceptional artwork at the church with its at first dull appearance is sure to leave you with a unique yet peaceful experience.
- Donations are welcome.
- Visit the official website for service hours.
- Fridays- Saturdays: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
- Sundays: 1:00- 5:00 pm
- Bus number: 9 and 55
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An impressive gothic style church in the heart of Boston. This place is nice to visit if you are in the area and even if you don't want to attend a service.
Absolutely stunning interior. The stained glass is remarkable.
When the church is having an event, a woman will ask you not to stand on the entrance stairs, so you move & lean on the edge the hugh flower pot, and brick wall, same woman doesn't tell you not to lean there, sees you there and doesn't object; where you moved to stand is more against the wall and not blocking anyone's path; few days later, you lean back onto the same flower pot edge, and wall, and OMG, this same woman rushes past you to complain to the WLP staff that you are supposedly blocking the entrance to the Church's event'. FYI: first time when asked to move, another family was standing on the Church's entrance for about 15 minutes, with only about 2 feet allowed for people to go into the church, nothing at all said to them to move !!! I wonder what's really up with her "particular selection" as to whom, she wants to move ? Did I, in her mind, represent the homeless and didn't look affluent enough to stand in close proximity of the Church's entrance ? I do have a blue versacart that I use regularly.
Quiet and nice church.
I been a member here for a long time. Very friendly place for believer and the not sure yet. Normally we worship in our magnificent sanctuary, but today to stay cool we are worshiping in the basement social hall.