Church of the Presidents
A member of the Unitarian Universalist
Association of Congregations
We are currently experiencing technical challenges, and we do not have phone or internet access at our church building. Staff is continuing to work, though largely off-site. Staff members can be reached on their cell phone numbers, which are found in our church directory. Our Director of Religious Education and Minister continue to have offsite email access, but Office@ufpc.org is currently inaccessible. General inquiries can be sent to Rev.Rebecca.Froom@gmail.com, and Rev. Rebecca will pass your message on to the appreciate staff member or lay leader. Thank you for your patience.
Rev. Rebecca Froom and Joan McDonald
Have you ever received advice that you didn’t want? How do you know if you’re truly being helpful when you try to help someone? This multigenerational service tells the story of Motke the fish peddler, who was helped a little too much by his friends. This story, based on Simms Taback’s version of a Jewish folktale, and adapted by UU minister Rev. Erika Hewitt, leads into an exploration of the Buddhist concept of “right speech,” in which we ask what we can do to communicate in better and healthier ways.
This service will include traditional Klezmer music performed by Klezmer clarinetist, Glenn Dickson, joined by musicians from our very own UFPC band, The Radiators. Glenn Dickson has led the Shirim Klezmer orchestra for many years.
1306 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169, United States
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Services are every Sunday at 10:30am
Daily Tours: 2019 Season
The History and Visitors Program tours will be open from Saturday April 13th through Monday November 11th.
Please see our Visitors Program page for more info.
Monday - Saturday: 11am - 4pm
Sundays: 12pm - 4pm
We are wheelchair accessible! We have an access ramp and automatic door opening system that allows folks to enter our building safely. We have an elevator available for visitors to allow our differently-abled visitors to reach all levels of the building, including our crypts. We also have a wheelchair available for use on-site if you find yourselves needing one after you arrive.
We also have an ADA-accessible restroom available to all visitors for our visitors program or those who come to our services on Sunday.