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Save the Date!
Pilgrim Church Welcome Celebration Luncheon!
Sunday, September 10 following worship

We hope you will join us for a Welcome Celebration luncheon, where we can all meet and say hello to our new additions! Join us as we welcome Rev. Karen Gale, Interim Minister; Sean Watland, Director of Music; and also officially welcome Dot Bowe, our organist.

It's that time of year again! Please join us for Pilgrim Church's Annual Family Movie Night - Friday, September 22 at 7 pm.

Please wear a name tag!

Worship/Office Hours

A reminder that this Sunday, September 3, is the final summer worship service that will be held at 9:30 am in Pilgrim Hall (childcare is provided).

Each week, a member of the congregation donates the altar flowers for Sunday's church service. Many people choose a date to give the flowers that is, for them, a special time of celebration or remembrance. Our church secretary, Diane Blair, keeps the list of donors and makes the arrangements with Wilson Farms for the delivery of the flowers.

Many people in Lexington are talking about the April 9th article in the New York Times, “It Takes a Suburb,” about Lexington and the efforts to combat youth stress, anxiet

Please Save These Dates for the Concord Area CROP Walk:

CROP Walk 2017 Kickoff Meeting
Monday, September 11, 2017 7 p.m.
First Parish in Concord
2017 Concord CROP Walk
Sunday, October 22, 2017 1:30 p.m.
First Parish in Concord

More info will follow as it becomes available.

We apologize for the inconvenience that this might cause you but we are hoping that you can make it work. We have an amazing line-up planned for you with over 120 performers of all ages, dances and music from around the world, magic show and more. Our vendors are bringing several hands-on activities for kids. With so many things to enjoy, you do not want to miss this fun-filled, colorful event on May 20!

Devin Shmueli, our Director of Christian Education, will explore five different spiritual practices, customs, and traditions identified in the book. We will engage them hands on, discuss how they feel for us, learn more about their use in Jewish life and understand how we might use them in Christian life. We might even discover how they influence our Christian practices, traditions, and customs today. Exploring the following themes, we will meet on Wednesdays in October from 7:00-8:30 on:

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