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Places of Worship
40 Monument Ave.
Rev. Dean Pedersen, senior pastor
60 Monument Ave.
Rev. Mark A. Templeman, Rector
Chabad Lubavitch of the North Shore (Jewish)
44 Burrill Street
St. John the Evangelist Church (Roman Catholic)
174 Humphrey St.
Father Thomas S. Rafferty
Rev. Benjamin Thuan Le Tran, Parochial Assistant
Swampscott Church of Spirtualism
62 Burrill St.
Leo Rogers, pastor
Shirat Hayam of the North Shore (Jewish )
55 Atlantic Ave.
Rabbi Baruch Halevi, Emil Berkovits, Cantor, Desiree Gil, President
153 Lynn Shore Drive
101 Forest Ave.
Rev. Vann Knight, Parish Minister
Anne Mann, Director of Religious Education
If there is a streetlight in your neighborhood that is not working properly, use this website to report it online.
Website with information regarding the proposed Regional Emergency Communciation Center
We pick up old and broken down vehicles, at no cost to their owners, and recycle or auction them to benefit Make-A-Wish Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
We are a community organization of Swampscott, MA residents who have come together to help create a year round, safe environment for dogs and their owners to socialize, exercise and contribute to the vibrancy of Swampscott’s beaches and parks.
The Swampscott Club is a non-profit corporation (1899) developed for the establishing and maintaining of a scientific, literary and educational location, complete with a designated reading room, while simultaneously encouraging yachting.
Swampscott Cultural Council (SCC) is an appointed, all-volunteer, non-profit organization within the Massachusetts Cultural Council. It is dedicated to encouraging an interest in all forms of art and supporting the community in pursuing facilities and environments where people may pursue the arts.
Serving Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, and Swampscott Massachusetts the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce is a strong business organization of over 800 business people and professionals.