The Jewish Federation 62 Kenosia Ave, Danbury, CT06810 The Jewish Federation acts as a liaison between the many facets of the local Jewish community. It also maintains…More relationships between the community and the citizens of Danbury and Putnam County. Norman Greenstein has been director for the past 20 years. The federation's mission is to make the entire community a better place.
Lake Kenosia Park 10 Christopher Columbus Ave, Danbury, CT06810 This multi-purpose park on the shore of Lake Kenosia features the city's premier soccer pitch, with four fields. The…More site also offers a fenced-in playground and a 100-yard beach where visitors can sunbathe or swim.
Tarrywile Park & Mansion 70 Southern Blvd, Danbury, CT06810 Tarrywile Park & Mansion is located on Southern Boulevard in Danbury. The park, which closes at sunset,…More consists of 722 acres and has 21 miles of trails, picnic tables, two ponds and a lake. The mansion is available for showers, parties and wedding receptions. It is a sprawling, 23-room Victorian mansion with brown shingles, white trim and a covered porch.
United Way of Western Connecticut 85 West St, Danbury, CT06810 United Way of Western Connecticut is located in an older colonial home on West Street in Danbury. The house is white…More clapboard with stone accents and offers a ramp around back with private parking. It is a charitable organization that contributes to the community by fundraising as well as bringing together community leaders, nonprofit organizations, volunteers and businesses to improve lives in the community.
St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church 125 Kohanza St, Danbury, CT06811 This church was built in 1987, and was founded in 1920 by a society that celebrated St. George and wished to begin a…More church in his honor. There are many programs within the church including choir, Young Fellowship and the Ladies Society. The youth get involved in many activities serving the local community such as preparing foods for the local soup kitchen and other charitable activities. The church celebrates its diverse congregation made up of people throughout the Danbury communities.
Harambee Center for Youth & Community Services 54 West St, Danbury, CT06810 Harambee, which means "working together in unity," is a inner city youth center. Bill Curtis has been the director since…More 1968. Harambee offers a range of services and activities. The activities include ping-pong, art classes, computer literacy and fitness programs, to name just a few. A job placement service is also available. All services are free of charge.
Highland Avenue Park 10 Highland Ave, Danbury, CT06810 This neighborhood park is found on Highland Avenue and sports a small baseball/soccer field and a colorful playscape,…More replete with jungle gym and slide. It also features a sprayscape, so your kids can stay cool in the summer.
All Nations Baptist Church 234 Main St, Danbury, CT06810 All Nations Baptist Church seeks to be a 'place for everyone' and to reach out to others through 'evangelism…More and prayer.'.The majority of the church community is Spanish and Portuguese and it offers worship in both languages.
Healing Hearts Bereavement Center 73 Stadley Rough Rd, Danbury, CT06811 Healing Hearts is a stand alone retreat located at 73 Stadley Rough Road. It is a bereavement support group for children…More and families from Regional Hospice. Healing Hearts features a beautiful healing garden and memorial brick walkway. There is no charge for services and it is available to Danbury area residents.
First Congregational Church 164 Deer Hill Ave, Danbury, CT06810 The mission of the First Congregational Church "is to be a growing, multicultural, open and affirming community of…More believers and seekers who participate in Christ's ministry of reconciliation." This church embraces the diversity of Danbury and strives to focus on the importance of community. The church has a thrift shop open to the public and also runs a homeless shelter, taking in overflow from the Dorothy Day Hospitality House. It also offers Spanish services under the Hispanic United Church of Christ.
Community of The Cross Chapel 7 Madison Ave, Danbury, CT06810 This chapel operates under the Community of the Cross Ministries, which was founded in 1972. Teaching, prayer and worhip…More services are offered three times per week and the ministry holds many other events emphasizing community within the chapel. Christians of all denominations are welcome.
Hispanic Center of Greater Danbury 87 West St, Danbury, CT06810 The Hispanic Center works as an advocate to help Hispanics enter and succeed in the greater Danbury area through a…More variety of programs. Services include providing Spanish-speakers with English-language help so that they can communicate effectively when, for instance, they visit a doctor, go on a job interview or need to understand something as basic as parking regulations. The center hosts health fairs and group health classes and also provides basic legal services.
Candlewood Town Park 36 Hayestown Rd, Danbury, CT06811 The town's main swimming area on Candlewood Lake has 200 yards of beachfront sand and a neighboring boat launch.…More Visitors also have access to picnic tables, a concession stand, a slide and a playscape.
Assumption Greek Orthodox Church 30 Clapboard Ridge Rd, Danbury, CT06811 This church provides multiple ways for the Greek community to connect and get involved. For youth, there are catechism…More classes and Greek School, where both language and culture are taught. The women's group, Philoptochos, participates in every aspect of supporting the church community. There is a choir, a youth choir and also Psalti chanting during certain services.
Veterans of Foreign Wars 5 Byron St, Danbury, CT06810 The VFW is an asset to the community. Its roots date back to the late 19th century when veterans came together to…More support each other, and the organization is still doing so today. The VFW's mission is to "honor the dead by helping the living" and it does so through support, advocacy and community service. "Citizenship education" is also a goal of the VFW in which they encourage interest in American history and traditions.
Hispanic Center of Greater Danbury 87 West St, Danbury, CT06810 Hispanic Center of Greater Danbury offers a range of programs and services to help Spanish-speaking residents in the…More community. It offers referrals, case management, bilingual assistance, community resources, college advisory services and more. It also holds community events.
Brazilian Assembly of God of Danbury 155 Main St, Danbury, CT06810 The Brazilian Assembly of God has its headquarters in Danbury, with churches in Waterbury and Bridgeport as well as…More MA, Brazil, and Bolivia. The ministry exists to make a difference in the world through Jesus. It is a Spanish-speaking community.
Tribuna Newspaper 8 West St, Danbury, CT06810 The Tribuna Newspaper is based in Danbury, and it serves a multi-cultural audience of English-speakers, Spanish-speakers…More and Portuguese-speakers in the communities of Danbury, Waterbury and Bridgeport. It is planning to expand its offerings to include Arabic news to cater to Danbury's Lebanese community. It already covers issues of interest to the Indian community through English articles focused on Indians living in the Danbury area. The biweekly paper covers stories about the immigrant community, plus national and local news of interest to people living in its readership area.
YMCA 12 Boughton St, Danbury, CT06810 This YMCA is located on Boughton Street in the center of Danbury. It a nonprofit charitable organization…More dedicated to developing the mind, body and spirit. The facility features basketball courts, a five-lane, 20-yard lap pool and cardiovascular and weight training equipment. Monthly and annual memberships are available, and fees may be paid by bank draft or credit card.
Almost Home Adult Daycare 52 Federal Rd, Danbury, CT06810 Almost Home Adult Daycare is located on Federal Road in Danbury. When you walk in, you will hear peaceful but…More upbeat music. The adults they serve can be seen playing hangman or bingo or chatting and watching the two birds that sing in their cage. A large staff is also available and buses come and go to transport the clients.
Boy Scout Troop 9 85 Great Plain Rd, Danbury, CT06811 Boy Scout Troop 9 is a community resource open to boys ages 11 to 18. Founded more than four decades ago, Troop 9 hosts…More meetings every Tuesday at St. Gregory’s Great School Gym and provides community support through a series of events, programs and fundraisers.
Two Presbyterian church communities share this modern building. Christian Community is a Brazilian church with…More approximately 70 members. Since 2008, Pastor Elias Dantas has split his time between the Christian Community, his congregation in upstate New York and speaking engagements around the world, in which he discusses important issues of the day. In late 2010, Pastor Juliano Socio joined the Community.</p>
<p>Christ the Shepherd Church is led by Reverend Hutchinson. The members and youth participate in many community outreach programs, providing school supplies and backpacks to needy children, supporting the efforts of the rehab facility Jericho House, cooking for the homeless at the Dorothy Day Shelter and spending leisure time with senior citizens. </p>
Christian Community Outreach Ministries, Inc. 22 Maple Ave, Danbury, CT06810 Formed by volunteers in 1996, this outreach ministry encompasses one of the very basic teachings of Christianity:…More charity toward others. Its mission is to "offer support and resources to individuals in order to aid in transformation toward empowerment, self-sufficiency and an increase in the quality of life through the Judeo-Christian values." The ministry has various Bible study groups and in addition offers counseling and case management to any in need.
This ministry began in 1972 seeking to bring together Christians and emphasize community within…More the church. It is a place where people's lives are interconnected and they truly knew each other and themselves through the help of Jesus Christ.</p>
<p>In addition to meeting three nights per week at their chapel on Madison Ave, they offer a healing workshop for those who have suffered severe physical, emotional or sexual abuse. The Community of the Cross also hosts a coffee house with Christian music once per month.</p>
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses 48 Payne Rd, Danbury, CT06816 Jehovah's Witnesses focus on the Bible and are dedicated to doing God's will. Their name refers to "bearing witness" to…More God, or Jehovah as it is in original Hebrew scriptures. Rather than trusting man and his interpretation, they take much of their teachings and beliefs literally from the Bible itself. Call for more information.
Hofler & Schaeffer 39 Mill Plain Rd, Danbury, CT06811 Hofler & Schaeffer are magazine and periodical advertising consultants and representatives. They have been in…More business since 1996.