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Places to Worship in Miami

Miami is an exciting and multicultural city with an identity all its own. It has a diverse population made up of people from all ethnic backgrounds, and the city is known for its notable Caribbean and Cuban American population, which is the largest in the country outside of mainland Cuba. Religion in Miami is as varied as its people, with many Catholics, Protestants and Jews. Miami is also famous for having a significant Jewish population in comparison with other major U.S cities, and is the largest one in the Southern states. If you're traveling to Miami and are looking for places to worship and feel more spiritual, Miami has a wide variety of churches, synagogues and other religious organization where you can do just that.

If you are looking for church that is Catholic, Miami has a number of them scattered all over the city. Check out Our Lady-Sorrows Catholic Church in Coral Gables which is a traditional Catholic chapel with great priests and a beautiful mass. Another popular Catholic church in Coral Gables is the Church of the Little Flower. Gesu Catholic Church on NE 2nd Street is another beautiful Catholic church Miami has to offer with breathtaking artwork and is the oldest Catholic church in the city. On NW 2nd Avenue, you will find the Cathedral of St. Mary which you should definitely take some time to check out, especially with its gorgeous architecture. If you're in Miami Beach and want to find spiritual fulfillment at a Catholic church, head over to St. Francis de Sales, St. Patrick's Church which was the first parish on Miami Beach, and St. Joseph's Catholic Church which is always packed with people.

Places to Worship in Miami

If Catholic churches in Miami aren't what you need to spend a moment of tranquility, there are many other types of churches in Miami. Check out Unity on the Bay which is known for its messages of tolerance, "loving what is" and amazing music. It's also a great place to go to for meditation in Miami. If you're looking for a church with Cuban local flavor, head over to Ermita De La Caridad on South Miami Avenue. Plymouth Congregational Church is a stunning church in Miami and is also a historical landmark and was built in 1897. Another gorgeous church in Miami is the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral on N 16th Street and the First Presbyterian Church on Brickell Avenue which is the oldest organized congregation in Miami.

While you're in this great city, you may be looking for Jewish services. Miami has a multitude of places of worship that you can go to for prayer or inner peace. Beth Torah Adath Yeshurun is a great synagogue in Miami with an excellent youth program. Temple Israel of Greater Miami is another Jewish synagogue Miami has to offer with excellent services. Be sure to stop by the Chabad of South Dade which is also a local historical building.

Places to Worship in Miami

Those looking for a Hinduism temple in Miami should go to Hare Krishna Temple on Virginia Street for an authentic ceremony and great food afterwards. You can also check out Sai Baba Temple on NW 114th Avenue which is a great place for prayer and meditation in Miami. If you're looking for Buddhist temples, Miami has some great places of worship such as Tsoru Dechen Chokhor Ling on West Trade Avenue and Zen Village on Main Highway.


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