A modern-day cathedral in the heart of Boston, Harvard- Epworth Church is a progressive house of worship whose overarching mission promotes faith exploration and fights against social injustices, while reinforcing communal ties.
Rich in history, the church’s pioneer preacher, Jesse Lee, first visited the city in 1792, spreading methodism across the capital of Massachusetts. In the decades that followed, the church leaders worked with an architect to develop the “Romanesque design featuring a light red granite and red sandstone exterior,” building.
Still standing and in use today, the new Celebrity Series performance venue is wheelchair accessible, and has easy access to gender-neutral bathrooms, located on the main floors.
The Celebrity Series' Neighborhood Arts program partners with the church to produce community events.
1555 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
Oxford Street Garage (accessible)
52 Oxford Street, Cambridge
Harvard Square Parking Garage
20 Eliot St, Cambridge
Broadway Garage (not accessible)
7 Felton St, Cambridge
Higher rate, but close to the venue
Sheraton Commander Hotel
16 Garden St, Cambridge
41 Church Street, Cambridge
Metered parking is available surrounding the Cambridge Common on Massachusetts Ave and Garden Street, and along Massachusetts Ave and Oxford Streets. View a map of Meters, Lots, and Garages in Cambridge.