• Welcome to First Church Cambridge

    A Wide Open Door...to all God's children. Wherever you come from, wherever you are on life's journey, all are welcome in the community of faith. READ MORE...

     

     

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  • Open Spirit...

    Open Spirit...

    Open to God's abundant love and mercy, to giving and receiving grace and growing in faith as we walk this pilgrim way
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  • Open Road...

    Open Road...

    Open to learning from people of other faiths and people of no faith; to open our hands and hearts to all who yearn for justice
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  • Open Table...

    Open to building a more diverse community, to be challenged and transformed by the radical hospitality of Jesus
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  • New to First Church?

    We are blessed by all who join us. Come and discover a place of freedom to be yourself. READ MORE >

    Our Life Together

    Come gather, worship, pray, sing, laugh, cry, celebrate, rejoice, reflect, debate, study and grow with us. READ MORE >

    Our Life in the World

    Come help us feed, clothe, shelter, reconcile, renew, heal, tend, bless, and serve the world. READ MORE >

    Worship and Music

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    Sunday Worship Service

    11:00 am Sept - June
    10:00 am July - Aug
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    Night Song

    7:30 pm, Sundays

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    Sermons

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    Faith in Action

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    First Church Shelter

    14 beds, 2 meals a day, 365 days a year...

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    Peace & Justice

    Changing ourselves and changing the world...

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    Interfaith Partnerships

    Learning from and buildling power with all God's people...

    Latest News at First Church

    As part of the preparation for the upcoming civil rights tour this fall, Mike Stevens, who led our Road to Freedom Study this past Lent, will lead three study sessions on places First Church members will be visiting as part of our "Road to Freedom" Tours. Each session will be from 6:55 p.m.

    Current Grantees: Updates and Opportunities for Involvement

     

    Family Night returns as an opportunity for families with younger children (generally 10 and under, but all are welcome) to gather in Sage Hall for a pasta-and-potluck supper, with free play for the children, while parents try for a bit of grown-up conversation.

    Call in to your state legislature to support the Safe Communities Act. For information on this issue contact Dave Kidder at david.e.kidder@gmail.com.

    To address institutional racism, please call your state representative and Senator, and ask for abolishment of mandatory minimums in sentencing. Ask them to contact the Joint Committee dealing with this legislation. For more background on this...