Youth overnight a success

A fantastic time was had by the dozen youth present. Deep community building, long conversations, games and wild hijinks abounded. It was a unanimous agreement that we should do this again some time. Many thanks to parents Katherine Jenkins and Michelle Oyie for their presence … read more.

In ____ We Trust

Our 4th UU Principle guides us to a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. With the world in what feels like a constant state of upheaval, and the news-cycle almost impossible to fully keep up with, discerning where we can place our trust … read more.

Black Lives Matter banner rededicated

Our BLM banner was first dedicated in June 2016, and disappeared in December 2018.We rededicated our new banner on January 27, 2019 with the followsing words:

“We seek to grow in becoming an intentionally and pro-actively anti-racist faith community through reflection and action, listening and learning, … read more.

Conservatory Lab School holds Winter Concert at FPD

Our friends at the Dorchester-based Conservatory Lab School filled the sanctuary to perform their Winter Concert on Saturday, January 26, entertaining families and friends with their joyful music. Watch for future symphony players and jazz artists whenever you attend a CLS concert!

Update on Sunday worship at First Parish

Dear First Parish Folks:

Winter has arrived!

After consulting with staff
and leadership the plan for tomorrow is to be open for worship per usual but to
have a simpler, informal service in the Allen Parlor. The service originally
planned for this Sunday and the rededication of the new … read more.

Big turnout to meet Commissioner Gross

Boston Police Commissioner William Gross joined First Parish on January 11 for our monthly potluck dinner. William Gross is Boston’s first African American Commissioner and he started his career on the force in Dorchester. Over 75 FPD members, friends and neighbors, (including his … read more.