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Cornerstone Assembly of God
754 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA 02492
Cornerstone Assembly of God welcomes people of many different nations to a contemporary worship that culls messages fromMore the Bible. It was founded in 1983 in Auburndale before moving to a couple of other locations, including a Needham bookstore. The congregation eventually found its permanent home on Greendale Avenue, where Rev. Jack Briggs and Assistant Pastor Kenneth Villaluz lead services. Worship services are conducted on Sundays at 12:15 p.m. Childcare for babies and toddlers is available during services, as well as classes for children ages preschool through teenagers. The congregation is involved with several ministries, including youth study groups, Vacation Bible School and senior ministry. It also hosts Lifegroups, small home meetings of eight to 12 people.
Broadmeadow School Park
120 Broad Meadow Rd, Needham, MA 02492
The Needham Park and Recreational Department-maintained fields behind Broadmeadow School feature two youth-sizedMore baseball diamonds and playground facilities. One facility is for little children, ages 3-5, and another area is set-up for the bigger kids, ages 5-12. Visitors are asked to park in the lower lot off of Broadmeadow Road, just to the right of the school.
Greene's Field
Pickering St & Great Plain Ave, Needham, MA 02492
Efforts in recent years by dedicated residents have thus far saved Greene's Field from being demolished. Due to theMore park's sparing, visitors here have the opportunity to take in a Little League game, take part in a pick-up game of basketball or make use of the area's open field. The site also includes a large playground (designed for ages 7 to 12) and a picnic area. In addition, gaslights dot a walking path near the edge of the park. Motorists must park on Pickering Street.
Workright
66 Carol Rd, Needham, MA 02492

Workright was started by an occupational therapist with 12 years in workplace ergonomics and  injury prevention.More Workright is dedicated to locating and fixing potential problems in workplaces, which could cause injury or accidents. They utilize a four-step procedure in analyzing risk: identify, analyze, fix and follow-up.