Undeterred by cold temperatures, First Parish Members helped to fill a warehouse with volunteers in Pembroke on Sunday, January 21st, from 1-3p to pack dry food for delivery to food pantries around New England. It was a meaningful, “service to others,” experience for all. And, … read more.
Co-sponsored by the Cohasset Diversity Committee and the Cohasset Clergy, the 20th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Pancake Breakfast and Celebration drew a crowd interested in hearing the message delivered by guest speaker, De’Shawn Washington, on what would have been Dr. King’s … read more.
Registration for Ecojustice Camp South Shore is now open. This popular week-long camp will run from August 12-16, 2024.
Ecojustice Camp is:
— a fun community of campers
— a place to learn outdoor skills
— a time to connect with the natural world.
Two age groups:
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An enthusiastic crowd gathered in Trueblood Hall on Saturday, 12/16, to meet author Scott Shane, and hear about his anti-slavery book, “Flee North.” Recently named by Publishers Weekly one of the 10 best books of 2023, FLEE NORTH tells a true story of the underground railroad … read more.