Temple Chayai Shalom began as a conservative movement in 1976. In 1993, it began to affiliate with the Reform…More Movement. The original building was on Mechanic Street in North Easton. Its new building on Depot Street was purchased in 1995.
The congregation is led by Rabi Jodi Seewald Smith.
Center School 388 Depot St, South Easton, MA02375 Located on the corner of Center Street and Depot Street on Route 123, Center School is one of three elementary schools…More serving Easton students in grades K-3. The school is surrounded by a small parking lot with a roundabout for buses. A small pond is located on the property. The school's principal is Debra A. DiCenso and the superintendent of schools is Dr. Michael A. Green.
Easton Fire Station 2 85 Depot St, South Easton, MA02375 Easton's smallest but most-used fire station, Fire Station 2 is located on Depot Street, just off routes 123 and 138.…More The station is home to two firefighters, one engine, and one brush truck.
F G Auto Sales 329 Depot St, South Easton, MA02375 This small dealership offers pre-owned cars and trailers. It is located in a lot with another dealer just west of…More Washington Street and Route 24 in Easton.
The Evangelical Congregational Church of Easton is located at the intersection of Depot and Center Streets. …More The church is reformed in its doctrinal position and is committed to the faithful expository preaching and teaching of God's whole counsel in His Word, knowing that God uses His Word to not only bring His people into His kingdom, but to cause them to grow, persevere, and be useful in that kingdom. Pastor Rev. Paul Wanamaker can be reached at email@example.com
Denomination: Member of the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference (4C’s)
Located on Washington Street, Moreau Hall Elementary is one of just two Easton Public Schools not located at the…More Easton Public Schools complex on Lothrop Street. The other is Center School on Depot Street.
The school is one of three elementary schools serving grades K-2. The others are Center School and Parkview School. Moreau Hall is small, serving just more than 200 students. However, it does have recreational facilities, including a baseball field and a playground. The school's principal is Nick Botelho and the superintendent is Dr. Michael Green.