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The Boston Sai Center was established in 1975 as the Cambridge Center when devotees started meeting at a Harvard
University hall. After six years, the center became the Brookline Center, having moved to a devotee’s home in Brookline
and subsequently to a nearby church on Carlton Street. The current meeting place for the Boston Sai Baba Center is
the College Avenue Methodist Church in Somerville, MA.  Over time, devotees decided to name the Center as the Boston
Sai Baba Center, since the Center serves as a meeting place for devotees in the Greater Boston area in general.  

Early activities of the Center consisted of devotional activities (Bhajan singing) and Study circle (discussion of relevant
spiritual topics based on Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s teachings). Over the years, as the membership has grown, other wings
have been added on: Sai Spiritual Education classes for children 6 – 18 years old; Service activities that the members
could take part in and a Young Adult wing started in 1996 for members 19 – 35 years old. The Center continues to grow
and add activities, service projects and special events on a regular basis.  There are now Sai Centers in Billerica,
Shrewsbury and Walpole, MA. All these centers have added to the richness of the devotional and service activities in the
Massachusetts area.

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