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5 Wishes Workshop Series

Talking about death is not easy. Planning for it is even more challenging. Yet, when we summon the courage to explore and articulate our wishes for our end-of-life care, we connect more deeply to what we cherish most about life. We’re also able to approach … read more.

Spring Semester 2023 Day Parking Passes On Sale!

**PLEASE NOTE: There is no overnight parking permitted at First Parish Bridgewater.**

Attention Bridgewater State University students and Sodexho employees–parking passes are on sale for the spring semester!

If you’d like to pay for your fall parking pass by check, please come by the church … read more.

First Parish – Practicing “Social Distancing”

Dear friends,

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.

Soul Collage

During a One Room Schoolhouse in late January, all ages gathered together to experience Soul Collage. The children and youth looked through a wide assortment of magazine images and chose ones which spoke to them. From there, the individuals worked on their … read more.

Mystery Baking

Connecting with the church’s December theme of “Mystery,” the entire group of children and youth worked together with A.J. Derby and Louella Mann to see what would happen when heavy cream was poured into a mason jar and shaken by all members of the group. … read more.

Studying White Supremacy

We will be continuing this series in January by reading White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin DiAngelo together. We will meet after coffee hour for discussions on January 6th (through Chapter 5, which ends on p. … read more.