Worship

Sundays at 11 AM (10 AM July-August)
10 Parish St., Dorchester, MA 02122
617-436-0527, contact us

Worship

Worship

Diverse sources of inspiration and knowledge

Learn

Learn

Religious and spiritual teachings from many traditions

Serve

Serve

Dorchester, the larger world and each other

Participate

Participate

Events that bring people together

Contribute

Contribute

Meetinghouse Restoration and a renewed mission

Enjoy

Enjoy

Fellowship, conversation, good food, simple fun 

News

Check us out this Sunday at 11 am!

First Parish Dorchester welcomes visitors every Sunday for our worship celebrations and religious education programs, followed by "coffee hour," an informal social time. During worship, nursery case is available for children under 3. read more

Upcoming events

A list of upcoming events, subject to change. read more

Nov 2, Sun 11 am: Honoring Our Ancestors

Honoring the memory of our ancestors is virtually a universal practice. In Latin America and the Latin Diaspora in the United States, we remember them on the Days of the Dead, or All Souls Day. This Sunday's worship celebration leader will be the Rev. Maria Cristina Vlassidis Burgoa. read more

Nov 9, Sun, 11 am: Finding the Sacred, Finding God (2)

Many of us cringe when asked the question, "Who or what is God/the Sacred?" How can we ever know the answer to such a question? Yet, isn't there something that moves us out of ourselves and calls us to be more fully engaged with life and with the world? How do we find that? What do we call it? Last month, Tom Cunningham spoke very movingly about his experience of finding his Higher Power in recovery. Rev Art will offer his reflections this morning. read more

Nov 2, Sun 11 am: Sunday School classes start!

This week is the official start date for our Sunday School classes, which will meet every 1st and 3rd Sunday from now until June. The younger class will be hearing a Spirit Play story and discussing it through wondering questions with Jenn Cartee. The older class will be resuming the Toolbox of Faith curriculum. Through the symbol of the hammer they will discuss the power that each of us has to do good in the world. read more

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