It's Our birthday Year!
See our 375th Anniversary page!
Your 375th committee has many events planned.
Friday, June 9 is our monthly Game Night Potluck where you bring your favorite food and games to share with your First Parish community. The event runs from 5:30 to 7:30, but some folks stay even longer, so don’t hesitate to come over and bring some friends too!
Join us for lots of food, fun and time to gather as our whole community. The RE program (and many other friends and helpers) will provide tons of great sandwiches, salads and treats for all ages, so make sure to stay after church, and bring a friend too! If you’d like to help with setup, or make something to bring, talk with Elizabeth Robey or myself.
SAVE THE DATE! Once again, the Silver Chalice of golfing superiority is back up for grabs. The Annual First Parish Golf Tournament is Saturday, June 24 at Squirrel Run Golf Course in Plymouth. Tee Off at 1:00 pm. $100.00 per golfer includes dinner in the Parish Hall of steak or swordfish, or come to dinner only for $25.00. BYOB. Corporate sponsors are needed at $50 Per Hole. Sign up with Don Messinger, Deane Howard or John Meddaugh.
The 2017 Champions
Join us on the North River on Sunday, July 23 for paddling or a float and a picnic lunch. The time is to be announced; it will depend on the tides. Look for more details in the next iSpi.
Calling all First Parish families! Come share good food, good company and some fun at an all-church family potluck. Join us on Saturday, September 23 in the Parish Hall at 5:30 pm. We especially welcome newer families. Come get to know us better. The Activities Committee is coordinating this fun event, so mark it on your calendar now!
Photos from our Recent Events are posted on our Facebook page! Take a look!
The group includes: Donna Wilson, Jessie & Otto Slade, Ben Metzger, Aidan Robey, Emily Villagio Grant and Matilda and Cassidy, Rev Lise, Amanda & Addie Peterson and Jessie Yardley
On Sunday, March 26th FPNUU hosted a racial justice event in collaboration with Action Together SE Massachusetts and South Shore Action. First the documentary 13th was shown, followed by Deacon McWhite from Messiah Baptist church in Brockton speaking on prison reform and racial injustice. We also hosted an expo to provide the community and audience a chance to meet with local activism groups. Participating were: Our Revolution, SS Citizens for Equality, South Shore Action, Action Together SE MA, and SURJ (showing up for racial justice). 54 people attended this event.