For Children

At First Parish in Lincoln, children are a vital part of our church community.  Our goal is to provide a supportive environment where our children and youth have a sense of belonging, and can begin to ask and ponder life’s spiritual and moral questions.  Each Sunday, the Director of Religious Education offers a “time for all ages” reflection, providing children with a transition to their church school class.


The Religious Education program offers programming for children of all ages:

· Spirit Play, a curriculum exploring multicultural/spirit stories for Kindergarten through 3rd grade

· Hebrew and Christian Scripture, plus World Religions for grades 4-7

· Our Whole Lives, a year-long sexuality curriculum for 8th graders


Special seasonal and fun workshops are offered throughout the year.

Youth group for 9th-12th graders meets twice per month on Sunday evenings. These sessions consist of social time and service projects.

Please contact Lynn Rosenbaum, Religious Education Coordinator, at

or (781) 259-8118, x112 for more information.

Download our Safe Church Policies here (attached file).

For Adults

Programs for adults include study of sacred texts, discussions of contemporary literature and social issues, and exploration of ethics and life challenges. Mission trip preparation has been added to the adult education curriculum, and there was a trip to the Arizona and Mexico border in November 2016 to learn about migration, border security, and justice issues.