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First Parish Plymouth Unitarian Universalist Church

First Parish Church in Plymouth is the oldest continuous church in New England.


The congregation has a long tradition of religious freedom and faith that dates back to the pilgrim landing and beyond. We trace our origin back to the year 1606 when a group of dissenters from the Church of England banded together in Scrooby. In 1620 part of the Leyden congregation set sail aboard the Mayflower, seeking the freedom to worship according to the dictates of their own conscience in the New World. This history brings us a sense of pride and joy, but we also realize that the present and future need a fresh commitment to maintain a religion of the open mind and heart.

Freedom of belief is foundation to Unitarian Universalism. We affirm the worth of all human beings and the integrity of individual thought and action. As a liberal religious community, we share the quest for a practical religion based on deed, not creed.

First Parish building in Plymouth
First Parish building in Plymouth




We welcome all who would join with us in the spirit of love and peace.   We are a non-creedal church stressing love, service and religious freedom..


Our office can be reached at 508-747-1606

Join us on Sundays at 10:00 for worship.

After church please join us for coffee, fellowship, and snacks in Kendall Hall.




Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.




Sunday, November 27, 2016 10:00 am Meetinghouse

“Head Full of Doubt” – Linda Harding

Sunday’s sermon is inspired by the Avett Brothers song, “Head Full of Doubt, Road Full of Promise”  living with the paradox of despair and hope, darkness and light, doubt and faith.


November 27           Worship Committee



We need several people for this wonderful tradition that offers a respite where overexcited

children and parents can come for some peace, tranquility and reflection.

Volunteers are needed to help set up the spiral on Thursday, December 1

and to be there for the event on Friday, December 2.

Please contact the church office if you can help.

508-747-1606  /



Food Collection Sunday is the third Sunday of the month.

The Greater Plymouth Food Warehouse is always in need of food staples, personal products and cleaning products, especially during the Holidays.

Peanut Butter
Jelly (plastic bottles)
Cereal (small boxes)
Canned Soup (or stew)
Granola Bars
Pretzels/Goldfish (small bags)
Pudding Cups
Peaches/Pears (canned)
Macaroni & Cheese
Canned Green Beans
Canned Corn & Carrots
Heat & Eat Meals
Fruit Snacks/Fruit Roll Ups




Restoration News



The Restoration Committee is scheduling an evening meeting to accommodate people who cannot attend meetings in the morning.  Please consider attending a meeting, they would love to have you.



First Parish of Plymouth placed on the National Register




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