The First Church in Weymouth

Honoring Jesus Christ,
Following the Congregational Way,
Since we first Gathered in 1623

Christmas Eve Worship

     Join us on Christmas Eve for our traditional Candlelight Worship Service. We will gather to honor and praise the Lord, and celebrate His birth, on Sunday evening, December 24th, at 6:30pm. The Service concludes with the congregation surrounding the sanctuary in a circle of candlelight as we sing Silent Night. It's a great way to commemorate the birth of Christ and acknowledge the true meaning of Christmas.

     Please note that we will also have our regular Sunday Worship Service at 10am on December 24th, the fourth Sunday in Advent. There is no Worship Service on Monday December 25th, Christmas Day.

Used Clothing Drop-Off

     There is a shed in our parking lot for donations of clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, drapes, and stuffed toys. The shed is managed by St. Pauly Textile, Inc., and your donations are delivered to those in need in our local and wider communities. Your donations are NOT shredded. The First Church in Weymouth also benefits by receiving 4 cents per pound of clothing collected, which further aids us in serving the local community. 

     We ask that you observe the signs on the shed detailing what items we can and cannot accept. Please bag and tie your donations. There is also a receptacle on the shed from which you can take a receipt for tax return purposes.

Parish Post Newsletter

     Eleven times a year (each month from September to June, plus one combined July/August issue) we publish our church newsletter, The Parish Post. The newsletter is mailed out to all households on our church mailing list. Contact the office if you would like to be added to the mailing list.

     The newsletter contains important news, dates, and details about upcoming events, as well as schedules for coffee hour, offertory counting, communion servers, etc.

     Those who want to receive it electronically may do so by clicking the link below. You can read the newsletter online, download it to your computer, or print it at home for handy reference! Please contact the office if you have any items you would like added to the newsletter.

     Read the December 2017 Parish Post Newsletter here