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Is First Church tugging at your heart? Does it feel like home to you, or like the sanctuary you need? Is your spirit fed by our music, worship, and study? Is First Church a place where you are challenged, engaged, and growing? Is it a place you want to bring your children or grandchildren? Do...

Come one and all to the 383rd Annual Meeting of First Church on Sunday, January 27, following Morning Worship! A delicious luncheon will lead into our meeting. We will celebrate another very full year of ministry. We will thank one another for gifts shared and celebrate our outgoing and incoming...

Youth group members and families, please save the following dates:

Youth Group “Lock in” at First Church January 5-6 

Join us for the Epiphany Potluck and service, and plan to stay around for a late night of conversation, fun, games of “sardines” in the Sanctuary,...

Join Dan Smith and other church leaders for a light lunch and a time of small group conversation about First Church’s slaveholding past. We will be discussing a second narrative from “Stories Impossible to Tell: Meditations on the History of Slaveholding at First Church Cambridge.” These short...

The First Church Family Night regulars invite you to join them for an all-church pancake supper on Mardi Gras, Tuesday, March 5. Come celebrate with pancakes and maple syrup, a traditional sweet treat on the eve of the Lenten season. We’ll decorate our “Alleluia” banner and bury it in the...

Join us this year for First Church’s 2019 Women’s Retreat, Saturday, March 9! Details of time, location, and discussion theme still to be determined. Ministerial Intern Lexi Boudreaux will be leading the retreat this year.  It is sure to be a fun and relaxing day, filled with movement,...

If you’re looking for a chance to deepen your faith, talk about what really matters, and meet some people who — like you — are relatively new to First Church, this small group, led by Karin Case, is for you! We’ll use a simple, beautiful text (perhaps something from Marcus Borg’s book The...

Families with young children are warmly invited to our biweekly pasta-and-potluck suppers in Sage Hall, our indoor play space. We gather to share a meal and share a bit of our lives, as the kids play and the parents try for some grown-up conversation. Our Family Nights in Epiphany will remain...

Are you looking for a fun and rewarding volunteer experience? The Friday Café at First Church in Cambridge is a weekly community gathering space, where neighbors experiencing homelessness and food insecurity can relax and eat on Friday afternoons. It’s also a place of encounter, where people in...

Current Grantees: Updates and Opportunities for Involvement

 

Community Resources for Justice (CRJ). CRJ, with a broad coalition that included law enforcement representatives, prosecutors, defense attorneys,...

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...