The Northampton Friends meeting is a welcoming community space working on contemporary issues, providing inclusion and an open space for Quaker worship. Located on Center Street in Northampton, the meeting house is accessible for all who wish to come.
The Shambhala Center is a spiritual hub in Northampton, offering Tibetan Buddhist practices that aim for an enlightened society. Local residents flock to the center in search of the enticing possibility of achieving spiritual awakening.
St. Valentine Polish National Catholic Church in Northampton, Massachusetts is one of roughly 150 parishes of the Polish National Catholic Church, a denomination formed in 1900 by a small group of Polish immigrants who were dissatisfied with the lack of ethnic representation in the Roman Catholic Church hierarchy.
Unitarian Universalism is a religion founded on progressive values of civic engagement and uncompromised acceptance of all persons. The Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence is a community of free thinkers, governed by principles of love and empathy, rather than creeds. Unitarian Universalists come from a variety of different spiritual and secular backgrounds, bound together by their emphasis on strength and unity in diversity.