First Parish In Brookline
One of Brookline's oldest churches, First Parish in Brookline traces its roots back to 1717. It still meets in Brookline's original town hall, which predates the town itself, and an adjacent church building constructed in 1893.
Though nearly three centuries old, First Parish is "passionately dedicated to responding meaningfully to the world here and now and to spiritually nurturing ourselves and our children for the challenges of the future." The Rev. Martha Niebanck and Rev. Jim Sherblom serve as the congregation's co-ministers.
- Hours: September - June, Services: Sun, 11am in the Sanctuary. In the summer months, Services: Sun, 10am in the Lyon Chapel.
- Parking: On-street: free
- Denomination: Unitarian Universalist
- Services: Child care, Choir/music programs, Study groups, Youth programs