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Weekly worship will be offered in a multi-platform format, in the sanctuary and via Zoom.All in-person participants are advised to wear well-fitting masks fully covering nose and mouth. A supply of medical-grade masks will be available at both entrances to the sanctuary. Provided all singers … read more.
Attention Bridgewater State University students and Sodexho employees–parking passes are on sale for the fall semester!
If you’d like to pay for your fall parking pass by check, please come by the church and fill out a form, located at the glass door down … read more.
As we begin a new church year, the Green Sanctuary Committee invites members and friends to review and renew our commitment to the Earth.
First Parish Green Commitment
As a Green Sanctuary-accredited congregation, First Parish has made a commitment to respect and care for our planet Earth.
At … read more.
What is Regenerative Gardening?
Regenerative gardening is a microcosm of regenerative farming, a practice that embraces and supports our deep relationship to the earth. Growing practices involve keeping the soil covered, no tilling, encouraging biodiversity, using compost, avoiding the use of chemicals, and creating fertility. Regenerative … read more.
Kids to Camp is back!
As we approach our thirteenth “Kids To Camp” year, we are grateful to have seen our environmental justice project sponsor children’s attendance at Sheep Pasture Nature Camp grow and become a successful annual event. Over the years, members of First Parish … read more.
HUMANS HAVE A PLASTICS PROBLEM!
But…we all can be part of the solution.
Soda bottles, sandwich bags, straws – – they fill the world’s pantries, oceans and landfills. And unlike organic materials, they don’t decompose. There are more than 6.3 billion tons of plastic waste out … read more.
Rev. Paul and your Parish Committee have determined that the best way to protect all of us in our community is to begin practicing “social distancing.” Our decision puts us in line with most other congregations, schools, sports teams – and almost every aspect … read more.
If every home in the U.S. replaced just one 12 pack of 300-sheet virgin fiber bathroom tissue with 100% recycled product we could save:
690 million gallons of water and
4.4 million cubic feet of landfill space.