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The city’s Muslim community worships, studies, and socializes at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center in Roxbury, where a man found a quiet moment to pray.
Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe
Rasheeda Abdul-Musawwir and Kenza Laoufir talked after Friday prayers at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center.
From left, Mohamed Saidi, Sadiq Jones, and Shimon Warden enjoyed lunch in the cafe after prayer at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center.
John O'Neal greeted Margaret King at Peoples Baptist Church in the South End, which is descended from the region's oldest African-American congregation.
Director of Music Paul White played the organ while the choir sang.
Valerie Seabrook stood to sing during Sunday service at Peoples Baptist Church.
Elias and Blanca Martinez, with their 5-month-old son Angel, said hello to the Rev. John Doyle after Mass at Most Holy Redeemer, a Catholic parish.
Elias and Angel Martinez sat during a Saturday service at Most Holy Redeemer in East Boston, which offers daily Masses in Spanish.
Maria Celia Gil knelt in prayer during a Saturday service at Most Holy Redeemer.
Geshe Ngawang Tenley wrapped religious texts in cloth to honor and protect them at the Kurukulla Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies.
Kelsang Tserang, 84, clasped his hands in prayer at the Kurukulla Center for Tibetan Buddhist Studies.
Tserang made an offering of saffron water.
At the Bethany House of Prayer in Arlington, Sister Olga, one of five remaining Episcopal nuns of the Order of St. Anne-Bethany, walked with her godson Luke Griffin.
Mother Superior Sister Ana Clara of the Order of St. Anne-Bethany prepared the altar for Sunday service.
From left, deaconship candidate Peter Jeffrey, the Rev. Charles Hefling, and deaconship candidate Bob Sherwood led participants in prayer around the altar.
Sam Lee played the bass at Citylife Presbyterian, a multiethnic evangelical Christian church that meets at the Revere Hotel in Boston.
Assistant Pastor Dave Cho made closing remarks during the end of a Citylife Presbyterian Church service held at the Revere Hotel in Boston.
Gary Vargas, 21, prayed during a Citylife Presbyterian Church service.
From left, Rhea Becker, Howard Katz, and Ren Pilinger rolled dough during a gathering of Keshet members to make challah in Jamaica Plain. Keshet is an LGBT Jewish group.
Keshet members sat together at a meeting.
Workshop leader Vered Meir (left) spoke with Rabbi Joseph Berman of Temple B’nai Israel in Revere.
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