Welcome to First Parish in WaylandWe are a Unitarian Universalist community with open hearts and open doors. Join us!
Summer Services at First Parish in Wayland
Informal, lay-led services take place over the summer months. Click here for our schedule and topics. Please join us!
Regular church services begin again on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
At First Parish we seek to deepen our connections, both spiritual and human. We build community and work together to make a positive difference in the world. We are a Welcoming Congregation and a Green Sanctuary. Please join us! To learn more about Unitarian Universalism, click here.
Aug. 24 – 25, 2016, for kids in Kindergarten through Grade Five: Develop your super powers! Join us to feel the power of working in the world for kindness and justice. Older kids are welcome as helpers. Click here for details.
On the evening of Sunday, June 12, Rev. Stephanie May sent the following message to the First Parish Community: Dear First Parish Community, Yesterday a team of youth and adults led by Haley Kulow, our youth coordinator, represented First Parish in Wayland in the...read more
Sunday, June 12 at 10am is Flower Sunday, when we celebrate our many blessings and share the bounty and beauty of spring flowers. Bring a cut flower to the service, and take home a different one. This year, we’re also going Hawaiian: wear your floweriest outfit...read more
The Youth of First Parish encourage everyone to join together and march in the Boston Pride Parade on Saturday, June 11. If you’d like to carpool into Boston, meet at First Parish at 9:30am on Saturday. Together the group will attend a short, 11am service at...read more
Join us at First Parish on Saturday, June 4 at 7:30pm for a special concert to benefit the Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Fund on the fifth anniversary of Lauren’s graduation from Wayland High School. The concert will feature Diva’s Daughters with...read more
Read all about it! The June Unitarian, our monthly newsletter, is full of information on recent news and upcoming events. Wondering what to wear or bring to Flower Sunday? Who recently signed the Membership Book? When the Summer Service on Gender Inequality in STEM...read more
Laughter can be serious spiritual medicine that restores the soul and lightens our load. But some attempts at humor can also misfire and wound deeply. Either way, humor is powerful. This month we’ll reflect on the role of humor in our lives as we consider the...read more