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Immigration Task Force Film: 9500 Liberty

Friday, April 8th, 2011 - 7:30PM

This Friday in the Parish Hall! The Immigration Task Force will show

9500 Liberty

a great film about immigration, community, and democracy.
 Kids 12+ will like it.
Popcorn and soft drinks! $2./family.... Read more

FINANCE BUDGET MEETING #2 FOR THE CONGREGATION

Sunday, March 27th, 2011 - 10:15AM

Would you like to know more about the church’s budget?  Curious about how the budget gets constructed?  What the difference is between operating and capital expenses?  Come to an information meeting hosted by Gib Metcalf, Finance Chair, along with Nancy Friedrichs, Treasurer to learn more about planning the current budget for this year.  We’ll also explore pressures on the budget and anticipated needs in future budgets.  We’ll meet at 10:10 after the 9 am service on Sunday, March 27 in the Parsonage SGM room.   See you there.... Read more

Mardis Gras Party

Saturday, March 26th, 2011 - 5:30PM to 8:30PM

Delicious Cajun Food and music by our very own Jazz Band.

The food will be cooked for us by the Alternative Spring Break Group from Pine Manor College.

There will also be some special activities for children.

Fun For All Ages!

Tickets will be sold at the door for $7 each or $25 per family, so come join us for a wonderful night of great food, great music and great times!

Beads optional Read more

Construction Completed!

Our present church, constructed in 1848, is directly descended from the original “meeting house”, built in the 1680’s, concurrent with the founding of Stow (at that time Pompositticut Plantation). First Parish Church, now meeting house, has grown, as has the region, and now provides a liberal spiritual home to many residents of Stow and the surrounding towns.

As our congregation and programs have expanded, so have our physical needs. We have recently completed a major restoration and construction Capital Project. The church building received a new roof, exterior painting, improved... Read more

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