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.
Join us Saturday, October 3, 8am to noon to plan and work. Bring gloves as needed and tools if you can.
A group of interested members recently met to begin to create a vision for the grounds. We talked about making the space more welcoming not just … read more.
Join us on Saturday, October 3, 8am-noon as we plan and dig some more! Bring gloves as needed and tools if you can.
A group of interested members recently met to begin to create a vision for the grounds. We talked about making the space more … read more.
For the remainder of the summer we’ll alternate between the 1630 Band and movies.
Friday, September 18, 7pm – Movie version of the musical “Hamilton”
This week’s red carpet special: The movie of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s famed musical Hamilton.
Hip hop, R&B, soul, pop, and show tunes meet Hamilton, Washington, … read more.
The Board of Trustees is proud to announce its full slate of officers for the 2020-21 church year: Laura Maltby – Chair, Althea Smith – Vice Chair, and Melissa Wender – Secretary. The remaining Board members are: Dayo Hall, Chris Montani, Pam Goncalves, and Deirdre … read more.
Come and hear Tom Cunningham and the 1630 band tonight, Friday, July 17, at 6:30 pm in the church yard.
This will be another wonderful opportunity to come together while maintaining appropriate distancing. Please wear a face mask and enjoy the music in this beautiful outdoor … read more.