Below is the first in a series of letters from various First Parish “personalities” who have some things to say to us about this year’s pledge campaign. Their letters are appearing as inserts in the Sunday orders of service. This one and subsequent inserts, will also be available on the website at: firstparish.org/campaign. February 23, 2020 Good Morning … Continued
Author: Stonewall Ballard
The Social Action Committee is currently searching for a social action manager. Here are links to information about the position:
Resumes/applications are being … read more.
Do you remember when you first realized that you were truly part of our church? … read more.
Hi I am Anne Fortier.
Thirty five years ago, when I first came here, I had been a single mother for many years. My children had entered their teen years and having had a positive church experience as a child, I set out to find a … read more.
Phil: Good Morning. My name is Phil D’Amico and this is my wife Lisa Bennett.
We began attending First Parish almost 5 years ago. This was after years of gentle prodding by my childhood friend Carolyn Copp.
Lisa: Phil was raised Catholic and I wasn’t raised in … read more.
Below is the fifth in a series of letters to First Parish from some interesting “personalities” about this year’s pledge campaign and appearing as inserts in the Sunday order of service. This one is from March 17. All are posted on: firstparish.org/campaign.
Will it be … read more.
Fourth in a series of letters to First Parish about this year’s pledge campaign and appearing as inserts in the Sunday order of service. This one is from March 10. All are being posted on: firstparish.org/campaign.
“We’re living in a … read more.
Would you join me in a breath and a sigh? [all do so]
And in a breath with a roar! [all do so]
And, with a hand on your heart if you wish, a breath with a long ‘yummy yumm’. [all do so]. Thank you.
We … read more.
Sixty years ago this year, emulating Ralph Waldo Emerson, I drove out Route 2 from Cambridge to begin my teaching career at the Peter Bulkley Junior High School on Stow Street. Peter Bulkley was the first minister of First Parish, then more a Calvinist den … read more.
Third in a series of letters from some First Parish “personalities” about this year’s pledge campaign and appearing as inserts in the Sunday order of service. This one is from March 3. All are being posted on: firstparish.org/campaign.
Whoopee! … read more.