Conveniently located just off Route 495, First Baptist Church was founded in Tewksbury in 1842. The church, a member…More of the American Baptist Church community, is host to Boy Scout Troop 41 and Cub Scout Pack 41. The diverse congregation is led by its pastor, Dr. Kirk Byron Jones. Visitors to the church are greeted by lovely gardens featuring flowers and shrubbery.
Church of St. William 1351 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 St. William Catholic Church, under the leadership of Fr. John Hanley, OMI, is celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2010.…More The largest church in Tewksbury, St. William has approximately 3,900 local families on its rolls. The picturesque campus includes the sancturay, rectory, activity hall and the former St. William School. Founded by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate, St. William has active men's women's and youth ministries. The church also plays host to the Troop 49 Boy Scouts and Pack 49 Cub Scouts.
Tewksbury United Methodist Church 2335 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Tewksbury United Methodist members decribe their church as a "friendly place to be." Under the direction of Rev. Byung…More Moo Lee, the church will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2011. It has been at its present location since 1959. Though a small congregation, the church features vibrant music and missions programs. A lovely sculpture called "Touching Souls" is prominently displayed on the front lawn.
Lowell Assembly of God Church 995 Andover St, Tewksbury, MA01876 This vibrant Assembly of God church was founded in the 1960s in Lowell, and moved to its present location -- just over…More the border -- in 1989. While exhibiting a strong commitment to supporting missionary work around the globe, the church also offers an extensive youth ministry.
Green Meadows Country Day School of Tewksbury 10 East St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Green Meadows Country Day School is located in the Tewksbury Congregational Church, but is not church-affliliated. The…More school has been in this location for about 30 years. The school follows the Massachusetts Department of Education Curriculum Frameworks.
Tewksbury Congregational Church 10 East St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Founded in 1734, Tewksbury Congregational Church was the first meeting house of Tewksbury and, together with the town,…More celebrated its 275th anniversary in 2009. The current building, located across from the Town Common at 10 East Street, was constructed in 1922. Known for its strong religious education, mission/outreach, and music programs, TCC is currently experiencing a surge in new membership, under the leadership of Pastor Jonathan Goodell and the Board of Ministries. The music program includes five different choirs, including cherub and junior choirs for children and an adult bell choir. Highlights of the mission/outreach program include mission trips to Mexico, support for local non-profits, and coordination of the town’s Zero Waste Day annual event. Tewksbury Congregational Church welcomes youth, regardless of age or religious background, to join the tuition free, open and on-going enrollment in the education program. Visit their newly designed web-site for more information.
Hilltop Learning Center 1500 Andover St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Hilltop learning Center is a small non-profit childcare center located off Andover Street behind the First Baptist…More Church. The center serves children ages three months to seven years. Breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided. The school stresses individualized development and learning. They aim to foster creativity while stimulating the child's natural curiosity and interests.
Embroiderers Guild of America: Merrimac Valley Chapter 10 East St, Tewksbury, MA01876 The Embroiderers Guild of America aims to further the art of embroidery, a skill they define as "any stitching using a…More needle with an eye." They welcome embroiderers of all ages and skill levels, and their meetings often include a mix of beginners and experts. The Guild has monthly meetings at Tewksbury Congregational Church and they hold seminars and workshops as well.
Boy Scout Troop 49 1351 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Boy Scout Troop 49 makes its home in the Parish Hall of St. William Church. Troop leaders teach the scouts life skills,…More helping build the type of self-confidence and maturity needed for them to thrive as young men. Through education, character and actions, the scouts can attain badges and other achievements, up to and including their Eagle Scout badge.