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Building Use Info

Thank you for your interest in using space at First Church in Cambridge. FCC offers beautiful, handicapped-accessible spaces for your concert, reception, wedding or meeting. The Sixth meeting house of the First Church in Cambridge, built in 1871, is a stone building at the corner of Garden and Mason Streets.

The exterior of the building is an example of the early Gothic revival period, while the sanctuary interior is eclectic with Victorian, Byzantine, and contemporary elements.

The building is not only the focus for a worshiping congregation, but also functions as a center for the surrounding Cambridge community, housing a pre-school, homeless shelter, and other compatible activities. 

For more information about concert and rehearsal spaces, click here.
For more information about meeting spaces, click here.


For more information about using space at First Church or to inquire about availability for a particular date, please contact our Parish Administrator via email at: parishadmin@firstchurchcambridge.org

In case of weather-related or other emergencies for which the building may need to be closed, please click here.

For First Church's emergency evacuation plan, please click here.

Below are just a few of the organizations that have recently used space at First Church:

Andover Chamber Music Series
Blue Heron Renaissance Choir
Boston Camerata
Boston Cecilia
Boston Chamber Music Society
Boston Choral Ensemble
Boston Early Music Festival
Boston Secession
Cantata Singers
Convivium Musicum
Coro Allegro
Dance Freedom
Episcopal Divinity School
Greenpeace
Harvard Chamber Singers
Harvard Divinity School
Harvard Graduate School of Education
Harvard-Radcliffe Choruses
Libana
Lindy Hop
Longy School of Music
Musica Sacra
OperaHub
Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra
Spectrum Singers

Looking for ways to support our community during this unprecedented time of need? The Missions and Social Justice Committee has compiled and vetted a short list of organizations looking for assistance to aid in their work in the COVID-19 response...

In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, the Shelter has expanded into Sage Hall to allow for greater social distancing, and is now open to guests around the clock, thanks to additional funding from the Commonwealth. They would very much welcome...