The Church of Christ, later the Revere Masonic Temple, is a historic church building at 265 Beach Street in Revere, Massachusetts, United States. The three-story wood frame building achieved its present appearance c. 1888, when it was enlarged and given its Stick and Shingle styling. Its significance lies in its origins, which are as a colonial meetinghouse erected in 1710, whose oaken timber frame, still part of this building, is one of the oldest such surviving structures. The meetinghouse, which measured 43' by 35', was a two story structure, to which a bell tower with steeple were added later in the 18th century. The spire was removed in 1823 and replaced with a domed cupola. In 1856 the building was rotate ninety degrees, and given Italianate styling. The 1888 alterations added the third floor and increased its size. It was purchased by a Masonic lodge society in 1919, at which time the tower was removed. It was in active use by Masonic organizations until 1982.