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Edith A. O'Leary Senior Center
157 Park St, North Reading, MA 01864
Overseen by North Reading Elder Services and the Council on Aging, the Edith A. O'Leary Senior Center aims to help theMore elderly in North Reading age with dignity and independence in the community they helped build. The center hosts a variety of events and activities each month, from exercise classes to bingo. Elder Services also offers van service for seniors to get from their homes to the senior center, as well as to appointments in town. Mary Prenney is the director of Elder Services.
Reading Senior Center
49 Pleasant St, Reading, MA 01867

The Pleasant Street Senior Center offers health and wellness, recreation, events, crafts, classes, lunch andMore transportation services. 

Reading Elder/Human Services' goal is to help seniors live meaningful lives of dignity, enjoyment and useful purpose. It seeks to improve and enrich the lives of seniors with opportunities to be independent, celebrate life and reach their fullest potential. It also offers a variety of programs.

Jane Burns is the interim administrator for elder/human services.

Old South United Methodist Church
6 Salem St, Reading, MA 01867

This picturesque church has been a focal point of Reading Center for generations. Its tower has been the focus ofMore many photos depicting the New England town center.

Old South United Methodist Church features youth and family ministries, music ministries, Sunday school, adult education and small group meetings.

Rev. Janet Smith-Rushton is senior pastor at the church.

The Arc of East Middlesex
20 Gould St, Reading, MA 01867

The Arc of East Middlesex, also called EMARC, is a nonprofit charitable corporation founded in 1954 by parentsMore of children with mental retardation. It serves more than 700 people from Reading and the surrounding towns.

Many of the programs are funded through the Department of Developmental Services, but community support is still vital to the programs. Programs include residential support, job training and paid work, job placement, the Center for Emerging Artists, family support groups, senior support and recreation programs.

Trinity Evangelical Church
105 Haverhill St, North Reading, MA 01864
Trinity traces its history to 1817, when it was formally organized as the First Baptist Church. The original church wasMore located on Park Street until fire destroyed the building in 1886, and it was moved to Haverhill Street. The church was rebuilt after another fire in 1928. The church changed its name to Trinity Evangelical Church in 2001. Along with the church, the property at the corner of Haverhill and Mount Vernon streets features a gymnasium, children's ministry center and youth ministry center. The Rev. George Ray is the senior pastor.