Category: News

Laura Maltby elected Board Chair

The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Laura Maltby has been elected to be the new Chair of the Board, effective July 1, 2020.  The outgoing and incoming board met on June 16 and the new board voted unanimously for Laura.  Laura has … read more.

Mather School Garden Volunteers Needed

A new volunteer network of Boston area teachers, garden educators, and food justice activists called Growing Resilience has just been given permission to grow food in unused garden beds at BPS schools during the closure and this summer. The harvests will be distributed to Boston … read more.

Annual Meeting Highlights

Highlights from the virtual May 31 First Parish Dorchester Annual Meeting include:

Election of Pam Goncalves and Deirdre Murphy as trusteesRe-election of Treasurer Sherman Zemler-Wu, Secretary Susan Lush, and Financial Secretary Myles CrowleyAuthorization for FPD to sell the parking lot to the city for a new … read more.

Welcome to Rev. Elizabeth Carrier-Ladd!

Rev. Elizabeth Carrier-Ladd to join First Parish Dorchester
The Board of Trustees, on the enthusiastic recommendation of the Hiring Committee, Pam Goncalves, Myles Crowley and Mary Fernandez-Buehrens, voted unanimously to hire Revered Elizabeth Carrier-Ladd to be the minister of First Parish Dorchester. Reverend Elizabeth will start … read more.

New Member Classes

Interested in First Parish
Dorchester?

Great! Come learn more about this
congregation that is long on history, relevant in the present, and eager to
welcome you.

Rev. Terry and members of the
congregation will offer 3 sessions
for those interested in learning more
about First Parish.

Sunday, March 1, 12:30-1:30Basics of … read more.

FPD to Host Early Primary Voting on February 27

City of Boston early voting for Massachusetts presidential primary
First Parish Dorchester –  Parish Hall
Thursday, February 27, noon-8pm

For the first time, Boston will provide early voting for the March 3 presidential primary and First Parish will host the February 27 Dorchester voting site that day. Any … read more.