Author: Stonewall Ballard

Women’s Outdoor Party Rescheduled to Saturday

Due To Inclement Weather – The Women’s Outdoor Party Is Now Rescheduled on The Terrace and Labyrinth

Saturday, August 27, 2022 – 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Women’s Parish Association cordially invites all First Parish women and friends to … read more.

Church Directory Photo Session Sign-up

We will create a new church photo directory this year, the first one in six years. It’s important for everyone to participate, as this helps us stay connected and learn who our fellow parishioners are. Each person or family will receive a complimentary 8 x … read more.

2022 Annual Meeting

Sunday Morning June 5, Starting at 11:30 a.m., In Person and on Zoom
Moved to the Parish Hall
First Parish’s 2022 Annual Meeting will be held Sunday, June 5, starting at approximately 11:30 A.M. You may attend the Meeting in-person in the Parish Hall or online … read more.

Camera operator

Camera operator(s) wanted for weekly Sunday services at First Parish in Concord

Weekly tasks include Sunday morning set-up in the church sanctuary, filming and recording the one-hour service (10:00-11:00 am), livestreaming on YouTube, and any preparatory or follow-up tech work needed that morning or during the … read more.

2021 Pledge Testimonial – Lillian Anderson

Good morning.  I’m so glad to be with you today to share some of the memories of this place that I love so much, First Parish in Concord.  You know, I’m sure if each of you were asked, you would remember the first time you … read more.

2021 Pledge Testimonial – Bruce Blumberg

Hi I am Bruce Blumberg, and I want to take a couple of minutes to talk about what First Parish means to me. Wasn’t last week’s service great? And it revealed an essential truth: being part of First Parish has the potential to fundamentally change … read more.

2021 Pledge Testimonial – Anna Whitney

I, like so many, have struggled through Covid-19. I’m lucky enough to be part of a wonderful school that I truly love. I transferred in during 10th grade and became deeply enmeshed in the community, but considered my time to be limited and precious given … read more.