325th Celebration: Sunday, December 3

Please join us for the final 325th Celebration event!

12:00 COLONIAL LUNCH – Sold out!

A feast fit for revolutionaries, omnivores, vegetarians, vegans; gluten-free and nut-free dishes finishing with Apple Knobby Cake and Gingerbread catered by Chris Bateman, owner/chef of Lexx.

2:00 BELL-RINGING AT THE OLD BELFRY (at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Clarke Street) with a LITANY OF CELEBRATION by The Reverend Anne Mason and the Congregation followed by a PROCESSION TO THE CHURCH visiting sites on the Town Green.

3:00  “325 AND COUNTING: A FIRST PARISH HISTORICAL DRAMA” in the Sanctuary, written and directed by Don Cohen. Featuring Elisabeth Jas, Suzanne Adams, David Bovet, Chris Hess, Rip Jackson, and David Meharry, with harpsichord and other musical interludes. All you have ever wanted to know about 1692, how far it is between Lexington and Cambridge, and public confessions.

Tickets for the presentation are $10 for adults, $5 for children and youth, and can be purchased this Sunday during social hour or in the church office during the week, or at the door.