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      1. United First Parish Church
        A member of the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
        1306 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts
        Church Office Hours

        8 am - 1 pm


        (or by appointment)

        Elected Officials
        2017- 2018

        President/Board Chair
        Wiley Cox

        Vice-President/V. Chair
        Lisa Howe

        Erwin Schaareman

        Asst Treasurer

        Jamie Grassmann


        Congregational Life

        Religious Education
        Lauren Cloutier

        Social Justice Action
        Florence Noonan

        Worship Chair Jamie Grassmann

        Communications Chair
        Karl DeBisschop

        Committee on Ministry
        Florence Grose

        We are a Welcoming Congregation and a member of the New England Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association

        Upcoming Events & Services

        Sunday, January 6, 10:30 am

        “Beauty Beyond Brokenness”

        Rev. Rebecca Froom and Joan McDonald

        On this first Sunday of the New Year, we reflect on the gifts of our imperfections and the value that can come from our “flaws.” This multigenerational service includes the ritual of a fire ceremony where we use the power of fire to release something we want to let go of from the old year.

        Sunday, January 13, 10:30 am

        Rev. Michelle Walsh, guest worship leader

        Sunday, January 20, 10:30 am

        Rev. Rebecca Froom

        On this MLK weekend we ask how the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Junior call us to act in response to the injustices and inequalities of our day.

        Sunday, January 27, 10:30 am

        “Beyond Right and Wrong”

        Rev. Rebecca Froom

        Unitarian Universalists believe that all people have inherent worth and dignity; that all people have the capacity for goodness. How do we respond when we make mistakes? How do we respond when there is a possibility that we are wrong?

        Special Events

        Every Sunday, 9:00 am – Meditation Group

        Every Sunday, 9:15 am – Choir Rehearsal

        Every Sunday, 10:30 am – Worship Service

        Every Tuesday, 10:30 am – Staff Meeting

        Every Tuesday, 6:30 pm – Prison Book Program

        Every Thursday, 6:30 pm – Prison Book Program

        Daycare and religious education classes have resumed. For enrollment information contact DRE@.

        Want to see our latest Newsletter?  See ""The Stone Temple News
        Enter our doors and you will see
        We are a community of thoughtful and caring people who seek to live spiritually powerful lives for a better world. As a Unitarian Universalist congregation, we welcome you wherever you may be in your personal quest for deeper meaning and purpose. You will find here companions for the journey. Bring your questions, your hopes, and your ideals.

        We Welcome You…


        whomever you are, to United First Parish Church, also known as the “Church of the Presidents” in Quincy Center.


        Worship Services are held Sundays at 10:30 a.m. from the Sunday after Labor Day until Mid-June.  Services include music, readings, and sermons by our minister, guest ministers, or a lay-member of congregation.

        Our readings and sermons draw from Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Hindu Buddhist, and other spiritual writing.  Childcare service is available for free from 10:15am until 11:45am.  During the summer, the congregation's lay-led services are held in the parish hall.

        After service, coffee and refreshments are served in the Parish Hall.  Newcomers are especially welcome, and are encouraged to ask questions at the Social Hour.

        We are now handicap-accessible, with an elevator that reaches all levels of our church, wheelchair-accessible ramp and automatic-opening door into our building, and an ADA-approved wheelchair-accessible restroom.

        It's in our hands.