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This Sunday

May 5, 2016

10 a.m.

G*d Is a She

On this Mother’s Day Sunday, we’ll explore the significance of imagining the divine as feminine. The Time for All Ages will include the book, “When God Was a Little Girl” by David Weiss.

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At First Parish we seek to deepen our connections, both spiritual and human. We build community and work together to make a positive difference in the world. We are a Welcoming Congregation and a Green Sanctuary. Please join us! To learn more about Unitarian Universalism, click here.

A Community Event: Make A Mother’s Day Present for Mom

Join us with your kids on Saturday, May 7 from 9-11 a.m. to make Mom something special for Mother’s Day. The kids will make a beautiful flowerpot, plant a flower in it and create a card to give to Mom on her big day. This event is open to the public, so bring a friend... read more

Our April Theme: Faith

Our theme for April is “Faith.” What does faith mean in a non-credal religion? In what or whom do you place your trust? How is faith cultivated and where does it lead us? Join us to reflect on these questions throughout the month. You can find reflections,... read more

Learn More and Get Involved in Local Climate Justice

The Green Sanctuary Committee and Rev. Stephanie May invite you to join the “UUs for Climate Justice and Community Justice” as they mobilize to stop construction of a high-pressure fracked-gas pipeline in Boston. This group is working in partnership with... read more

Music Sunday, March 20: Missa Gaia

On Sunday, March 20 during the regular 10am service, First Parish and Music Director Pauline Oliver will present a performance of “Missa Gaia,” an Earth Mass written by Paul Winter. Dedicated to Saint Francis, the patron saint of ecology, Missa Gaia... read more


We are a Unitarian Universalist congregation that affirms human dignity, community action, freedom of religious thought, and the power of love.

Spiritual and Ethical Education

We view spiritual growth as an integral part of every person’s life, in every stage and every age. Come learn with us as we seek to build meaningful lives.

Social Action

We are actively engaged in community service and social justice work throughout the region as we strive to make a positive difference in the world.