Declaring Independence: Then & Now Reconsidering the promises of the Declaration of Independence: A narrated performance and community conversation What: A forty-minute performance piece in which a narrator and cast bring to life the Declaration of Independence followed by a community conversation and refreshments When: Wednesday 6 June 2018, 7:00 p.m. Where: First Parish Church […]
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Sermon title: The Subtle Gap of Oppression Scripture Reading: Exodus 1: 6-22 (New International Version “NIV”) Hymn 1: Precious Lord, Take My Hand Hymn 2: Go Down, Moses (Let My People Go) Bio: TJ Harper serves as the Massachusetts and Connecticut Conferences’ Associate for Racial Justice Ministries. Previously, TJ operated a nonprofit organization known as […]
From PruCom – New Building Use Policy Did you know that for Westford to legally incorporate as a Town in 1729 it was required to have a Church and a Minister? That Church was First Parish of Westford and for over 100 years Church and Town were one. Town Meetings were held here in our […]
Join First Parish family and friends in ringing in the New year at a pot luck supper with music, games and dancing. January 1, 6PM in the Fellowship Hall Each family will bring a pot luck dish and contribute $10 for supplies. The $10 fee will be waived for anyone who helps with the organization […]
This past Sunday FPCU hosted 11 members of two Afghan immigrant families for dinner and camaraderie. About 25 of our Church folks set up and decorated the hall, cooked some really wonderful food and then waited in slightly anxious anticipation for the families to arrive. We all wondered how we would be able to communicate […]