This Sunday, April 4th, from 1-3:00 pm, we will have an Easter Festival on the Lawn of First Parish Dorchester. There will be 8 stations of possible activities celebrating New Life and Transformation. (One station for each of our UU principles, including the … read more.
Work day in the yard: Saturday, April 3, 8am-12/1pm Spring=Gardening! Volunteers needed to help hang the new Black Lives Matter banner; clean-up in the recently planted areas; install path fencing; do some general yard cleaning; and possibly plant an ornamental tree in the memory garden. Bring … read more.
First Parish Dorchester’s 391th Birthday Party
An on-line fundraiser and celebration of our community
Saturday, March 20, 2021, 6pm
The First Parish Dorchester annual gala and Meetinghouse Award celebration has been a regular fundraising event in our Dorchester community for over 10 years. COVID has challenged all of us, but … read more.
North Bennet Stree School streamed a Boston Public Quartet concert on Thursday, February 25
The North Bennet Street School (NBSS) held a virtual concert with Betsy Hinkle and Jason Amos, members of the Boston Public Quartet, live streamed from our First Parish sanctuary. They performed works … read more.
First Parish is working with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) for them to use our Parish Hall and Allen Parlor as a COVID-19 vaccination site in Dorchester.
We are proud to help provide this service, but please be aware that the site is … read more.
On Tuesday January 19th at 5:30pm, in a splendid and moving light and sound show, with the great tower bell pealing out over Meetinghouse Hill, First Parish joined the nation in mourning those who have died in the COVID pandemic, honoring those who suffered and … read more.
On Sunday afternoon, November 22, FPD folks gathered to rake leaves and generally put the yard to bed for the winter. Here we have Ardis, Melissa and Trevor taking the opportunity to play in the leaves!
Would you like to add some physical activity to your spiritual activity on Sunday, November 22?
Some of us will gather at 1:00 PM to do yard work. All are welcome!
Boston’s Black Nativity looked forward to celebrating it’s 50th annual production this year – the longest run anywhere of the play written by Langston Hughes. While it is not be possible to mount a live show, the anniversary will be celebrated at a “virtual” Gala and in … read more.