Our church building is usually open for guided tours on summer Wednesdays. However, due to the public health crisis, in the Summer of 2020 we will not be opening the building to the public. We hope to see you in-person next year!
Our Meeting House is a unique Cape Cod landmark and a favorite subject for artists and photographers. Our Paul Revere bell has welcomed the faithful for nearly two hundred years. This remarkable edifice, constructed in 1827 and now listed on the National Register of Historic places, is the oldest surviving church on the Outer Cape. Many historical figures of the Cape are interred in the adjacent Snows Cemetery, which is open and available for viewing in the daylight hours. Feel free to bring your camera. Children are welcome. We have a wheelchair accessible building and bathroom.
Tours are free, so all are welcome.
(If you would like to donate to the upkeep our building there will be an opportunity to make an optional free-will offering after the tour, or you may send a check to the attention of First Parish Truro Building Fund; P.O. Box 149; Truro, MA 02666. Any amount is most welcome. )