Second Congregational Church 50 Park St, Attleboro, MA02703 Second Congregational Church is affiliated with the United Church of Christ. The congregation offers youth education…More programs and preschool classes. Second Congregational also promotes local and international charitable causes. Locally, the church supports the Attleboro Council of Churches, Habitat for Humanity, Homeless Coalition and the Attleboro Area Community Council.
All Saints' Episcopal Church 121 N Main St, Attleboro, MA02703 Located in the heart of Attleboro, All Saints' Episcopal Church was established in 1890 by Reverend George E. Osgood.…More Besides Sunday services, members of today's congregation participate in coffee hours, Bible studies and Lenten services. The church is active in the community, particularly through its support for the Attleboro Area Council of Churches. For parishioners with young children, the church provides childcare for children three and under while parents attend the Sunday service.
Attleboro Area Council of Churches 95 Pine St, Attleboro, MA02703 One of the most active human services providers in Attleboro is the Attleboro Area Council of Churches. The organization…More first opened its doors 25 years ago. Today, it operates six soup kitchens in Attleboro and surrounding cities and towns. Free round trip bus transportation is available to all of AACC's soup kitchens. The AACC also provides other services through its Homes with Heart, Elder Ministries, Chaplaincy at Sturdy Memorial Hosptial and breakfast programs. The organization has 500 volunteers led by a small part-time staff of three.
First Baptist Church, located across from the Attleboro commuter rail station, is a founding member of the Attleboro…More Area Council of Churches. It is supportive of several missions and remains immersed in the community.
Members of the church's congregation volunteer their time for local efforts including Habitat for Humanity, Food 'N Friends Kitchens, Self Help Food Pantry and local Crop Walk for Hunger. The church's first missionary group Missions Circle, formed in 1905, continues to make handmade crafts to help missionaries in the Attleboro area and overseas.