It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Barbara Greene on June 27. A longtime member of First Parish, including twenty-one years as Church Secretary, she was a great friend to her mentor the late Rev. James K. Allen and was instrumental in … read more.
This week’s artist is our own Anna Fernandez-Buehrens teaming up with Liz Maloney to make “Joyful Noise” with violin duets by Bach, Spoler, and others.
6-7 pm Children’s activities
7-8 pm Anna Fernandez-Buehrens and Liz Maloney, violinists
8-9 pm Socializing
Muhammad Seven & the Spring headline on June 11 at 7 pm (activities and socializing start at 6 pm)
New First Parish Dorchester T-shirts are now available for all members and friends. Many thanks to the Membership Committee, especially Michelle Oyie, for making this happen. The shirts will be available at all upcoming First Parish in person events, or contact Laura Maltby (… read more.
Help us make FPD even more welcoming by planting sunflowers! Saturday, May 29th at 10 AM.
Rain date: Saturday, June 5.
Everyone is welcome at this kid-friendly gardening event! Bring your friends and neighbors!
We’ll be putting in sunflower seeds and seedlings around the periphery of the yard. … read more.
Please join us this Monday May 17 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom https://zoom.us/j/4438056805 to discuss Friday evening events. The activities will be weekly from June 11 to September 10 and be co-sponsored with Bowdoin Geneva Main Street and other local organizations.
This meeting will focus on three of … read more.
First Parish hosted a Pledge Party on Wednesday evening, April 21, to gather together and make pledges for the support of our parish for the coming year. Homemade cookies were delivered to congregants and enjoyed along with fellowship in a highly successful kickoff to our … read more.
Join fellow members of FPD to support community efforts for a safer and more equitable neighborhood, city and world. We are meeting Wednesday, April 28 7-8:30 PM at this Zoom link (https://zoom.us/j/4438056805) to discuss support of community efforts to reallocate funding from policing to community-building, and … read more.