“We Are Not All the Same”

“A Religion for One World”

Our January worship theme is our Interfaith Roots. Rev. Amy Freedman will explore how the bold experiment of the Charles Street Meeting House in Boston changed our religious movement. How does universal religion live on today? How can the vision of one humanity and one planet challenge and inspire us as we enter a new year?

Join us from home on Sunday, December 20, at 10:00 a.m. on YouTube or by registering for our Zoom webinar.

“Traditional Candlelight Christmas Eve Service”

Music by the First Parish Choirs and organist, Eric Huenneke. 
Service concludes with candle lighting and“Silent Night.”

If you are already registered to watch the usual Sunday service, you do not need to sign up for this service. A link will be emailed to you the day before the service. If you are not yet registered to watch the Sunday Services, you can sign up here: Sign Up for Christmas Eve Service.

Candles will be available for pickup outside of the church in the weeks prior to the service. You are invited to take as many as you need for your family. 
If you cannot join us for the live service, please watch it on our YouTube channel at your convenience: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8oixt68rn47AOg7V49nOdA.

“Blue Holidays at Open Door”

As we approach the end of this year that has been like no other, let us gather in community to find stillness and comfort. We especially invite you to this gentle service if you are feeling isolated, if the winter holidays are stressful, or if grief has been at your door. Find comfort in the beauty of candles, music, and understanding. Rev. Liz Weber and Beth Norton will offer a quiet space to share words of reflection and music of solace. All are welcome.


Look in FP Weekly or email Office Administrator Sarah Burns at sburns@firstparish.org for the Zoom link.

“Open Door: A Special Election Night Service”