Interfaith Partnerships

We live in a pluralistic age our forebears could not foresee. We recognize and celebrate, as Gandhi did, “that all religions are true,” and that there are many paths to God, to salvation, to freedom and transformation. First Church is constantly learning from and working with people of others faiths and people of no faith to make the world a more caring, more understanding, more just place!

Background

The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) was founded by a group of 45 clergy and community leaders who began meeting in...

Founded in 1966, Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries (CMM) is the Boston area's oldest interfaith social justice network, with a mission of mobilizing...


Kids4Peace Boston educates and inspires Jewish, Christian, and Muslim youth to become interfaith peace leaders.  We create a diverse...

Members of the Boston New Sanctuary Movement seek to educate themselves and the larger Boston area on immigration issues and also advocates for...

Share sandwiches and fruit drinks with persons experiencing homelessness on the first Saturday of each month. Gather at First Church at 4 PM and join a group heading out to Harvard and Central Squares. To join, please contact David Kidder at...

Please consider signing the Jobs Not Jails perition found here.   Our Commonwealth should make funding jobs, not $2 billion more for jails. First Church joins Old South Church, the 10 Point Coalition, and Roxbury Presbyterian in collecting...

An Act Providing Housing and Support Services for Unaccompanied Homeless Youth. The Mass Conference of the UCC supports the bill. Call Alice Kidder at (617) 276-6227 for information.