Friends and members are encouraged to mark their calendars and join us for an extraordinary concert happening at First Parish the evening of July 30th! We are proud to announce that the event will feature two brilliant artists. The first
Each year First Parish dedicates one of its summer Sunday morning services to celebrate the gift of music in our midst. Music connects us with God and deepens our sense of spirituality, and the love of music is something that
Each year it’s a favorite service for all who attend – our Blessing of the Animals! This year’s event will take place on Sunday morning, July 16th, at 10am on the parish lawn. Tents will be set up for sun
First Parish Truro is excited to announce our collaboration with Jeongweon “John” Lee, our new church musician beginning in the Summer 2023 season. As a multifaceted musician who plays all varieties of keyboard instruments & repertoire, John Lee has distinguished
First Parish Truro’s bell was rung for 5 minutes in solidarity with the national memorial of Covid-19 deaths.
As your pastors, we write to join you in our common grief, acknowledging how hard this is. As we all watch in shock at the abhorrent behavior of some, may we attempt to muster all the might we can to remember the goodness in the many.
Join us for our annual Blessing of the Animals service! And provide a picture of a beloved pet from your past or present.
July 12, 2020 Though we are still socially distancing through this summer, our building is being cared for in our absence! We are grateful to our members and friends who are looking after it, and for the work they’re doing
The #BlackLivesMatter human rights movement arose on social media in 2013 after the killer of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin was acquitted in Florida. It gained exposure in the street demonstrations that followed the 2014 deaths of Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO,
As anyone who attends First Parish knows, our congregation takes seriously the concerns of the day. We pray about current events and strategize how to be allies to the vulnerable. Our preachers interpret the scriptures with an eye toward ethical