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Good Shepherd Christian Fellowship
754 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA 02492
Good Shepherd Christian Fellowship holds worship services each Sunday morning with the Rev. Darrell Minnich. TheMore fellowship regularly hosts Bible studies, in addition to Sunday School. A variety of ministries are offered through the fellowship, including healing classes, missions, service projects and youth groups. It also delivers a weekly television program.
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.
CATZ Sports Performance Center and Physical Therapy
114 1st Ave, Needham, MA 02494
CATZ Sports Performance Center and Physical Therapy would never refer to itself as a "gym." The goal at CATZ is toMore help people of all ages and abilities realize their athletic potential. It offers both small group training classes and one-on-one training services. It also offers a full range of classes for adults and children, as well as professional athletes. It has been in business at its 1st Avenue location for over 6 years. In 2010, CATZ began providing physical therapy services for injured adults, kids and professional athletes looking to recover as quickly as possible. CATZ believes it is important to support the local community; this includes working with local school sports programs and the Needham Youth Leagues.
Temple Beth Shalom
670 Highland Ave, Needham, MA 02494
Temple Beth Shalom is a community of individuals and families united by a desire to embrace the values, traditions andMore teachings of Torah through the lens of Reform Judaism. Temple Beth Shalom works in partnership with its neighbors to foster a stronger greater Boston community, particularly in Needham. Worship is held every Friday evening and Saturday morning. Lay leaders also conduct weekday services on Monday and Thursday mornings. The Temple Beth Shalom offers the Children's Center and has Religious School and youth programming for children in grades K-12, as well as extensive adult education opportunities.
Grace Lutheran Church
543 Greendale Ave, Needham, MA 02492

Grace Lutheran Church is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Pastor Jennifer Schoonmaker HittMore conducts services. The Church has been at its current location since 1957.

Services are held each Sunday at 9:30am and centered around the Word of God and celebration of the Eucharist. Nursery care is provided during the service with coffee, fellowship and education following. Sunday School also meets regularly.

The Church houses a choir that is welcoming to all parishioners and a youth ministry that is very active in the community. Grace Christian Nursery School also calls Grace Church home.

St. Joseph Parish
1360 Highland Ave, Needham, MA 02492

Originally a mission of parishes in Roxbury, Newton Upper Falls and Natick in the 1800s, St. Joseph Parish has grownMore into its own as a highly attended church on Highland Avenue. The Rev. Michael Lawlor leads a 4 p.m. vigil on Saturdays, as well as services on Sunday at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Services are also conducted Monday through Friday at both 6:50 a.m. and 9 a.m.

The church sponsors several special events and fundraisers throughout the year. Among them are St. Joseph's Christmas Bazaar, the Golf Tournament, apple picking in September and a spring auction.

Women are invited to the church to take part in the WINGS (Women in God's Spirit) group as well as the Women's Guild. Men, meanwhile, can join the local Knights of Columbus, while teens will find a basketball league, Relay for Life, Youth Circle and Youth Teaming with Justice and Peace Committee. For children, the church offers a grades 5 to 8 basketball league, Boy Scout and Girl Scout meetings, and a toddler's playgroup.