Caring for a Treasure Rooted in Plymouth History

Be sure to check out a great article by Boston Globe correspondent Robert Knox, who wrote a great story about the campaign to restore the First Parish Meetinghouse.

First Parish Church, the seat of the oldest continuous congregation in New England, is seeking funds for a long-overdue repair and restoration of its 115-year-old stone building in Town Square.
The building stands on the site where the congregation’s meeting house has been located since 1622, when the Mayflower Pilgrims built their first public building for worship and town business. Significant moments in Pilgrim history are recorded in the church’s Tiffany stained-glass windows.

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