Directions and parking

Quincy  is easily accessible by highway and the MBTA’s Red Line, which has four  stops in Quincy: North Quincy, Wollaston, Quincy Center and Quincy  Adams stations.

From Boston and Points North:
Take  Route 95 South through Boston to Route 93 South. Take Exit 12  (“Quincy/Neponset”) and follow the Quincy signs over the Neponset  Bridge. At the top of the bridge, take the Hancock Street exit. Follow  Hancock Street for approximately 2.75 miles to Quincy Center. United  First Parish Church of Quincy will be on your right just past the  traffic light where Hancock-Adams Green begins.

Take Route 95/128  North to Route 93 North. Take Exit 18 to Burgin Parkway/Quincy Center.  Follow Burgin Parkway to Quincy Center. After passing through the  intersection of Burgin Parkway and Granite St. (Burger King will be on  your left), you will pass the Quincy Center MBTA station on your right.  At the next set of lights, turn right onto Dimmock Street. At the first  set of lights, turn right onto Hancock Street. Approximately two blocks  South, United First Parish Church of Quincy will be on your right just past the traffic light where Hancock-Adams Green begins.

From Cape Cod:
Take  Route 3 North to Exit 19. Follow Burgin Parkway to Quincy Center. After  passing through the intersection of Burgin Parkway and Granite St.  (Burger King will be on your left), you will pass the Quincy Center MBTA  station on your right. At the next set of lights, turn right onto  Dimmock Street. At the first set of lights, turn right onto Hancock  Street.
Approximately two blocks South, United First Parish Church of Quincy will be on your right just past the traffic light where Hancock-Adams Green begins. 


By Rail:
From  Boston, take either the MBTA Red Line or the Old Colony Commuter Rail  (Middleboro/Lakeville Line) to the Quincy Center stop. Exit the station  to your left onto Hancock Street. To your right past Hancock-Adams  Park,  you will see United First Parish Church of Quincy in the traffic  circle island on your right.

For  choir practice, meditation group and evening events, please enter  church through side door on Washington Street, and ring the doorbell if  door is locked.


Parking:


United First Parish Church does not have a dedicated parking lot. Parking is available on the street or in nearby parking garages or parking lots. 

Street parking is free and does not have a time limit on Sundays or on evenings after 6:00 pm.

On weekdays and Saturdays street parking is free but is limited to 1 or 2 hours; please read signs carefully.

Downtown Quincy offers several public parking garages and municipal lots. 


Presidents Place Garage:
1250 Hancock Street.

Entrance to garage is at the end of Saville Avenue, about half a block from the church.

Ross Parking Area:
This lot is  located at 86 Parking Way, off of Granite Street, across from the Stop  and Shop office Building, and near Burgin Parkway.  Parking is free evenings and weekends.


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United First Parish Church, 1306 Hancock St, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169, United States