See Below for Ways to Donate
We realize that the legacy of this historic Meetinghouse is always in the hands of those who have inherited the responsibility of continuing to create history, in our community and our world.
We are in our 386th year as a congregation. Located in the center of this beautiful town, we are convinced that there is a community out there that honors this Church's place in our town's history, an who would join us in raising funds to support the preservation of this historic meetinghouse.
Ways to Donate:
In person: 1981 Ocean Street Marshfield MA 02050
By mail: P. O. Box 826 Marshfield MA 02050
Or call the Church office (1-781-834-7664) to speak to someone directly about how you can support FCCMs past and insure its future.
We are not done until God is done!
Thank you so much for your consideration and generous spirit.
~Doreen Taylor, Ken Baric, Rick Taylor, John Bennett, Carrie Sylvester, Barbara Murray, Steve Coville, and Ron Jordan
*Edward Winslow, a Mayflower Pilgrim, and Governor of Plymouth Colony, was a founder of this church.
*1632 Some families settled in Marshfield. It was later noted that this Meetinghouse was the second Church that was issued by the Church of Plymouth
*1640 The Plymouth Court set aside a tract of land for the support of the ministry in Marshfield
*1663 The Town of Marshfield in combination with the First Congregational Church began the first recorded outreach to the down trodden. Four men were appointed to ensure the welfare of the Brumpass family, who were residents of Marshfield.
*1698 Captain Peregrine White, born on the Mayflower, was admitted into membership in the First Congregational Church.
*1699 The first native American, "George" (no surname given) was received into full communion in this Meetinghouse.
This Church's influence in the beginning of Marshfield is chronicled in the earlier Historical records of this town. Some of the most influential meetings, during Marshfield's Founding, were held in this historic building. many of the founding Leaders of Marshfield were also leaders at First Congregational Church.
People support charities and religious organizations for different reasons.
It might be in appreciation for what they have done, or are doing in the community and world. It might be a way to honor or remember loved ones. Or , it might be out of personal gratitude for the Church's presence in their, or their loved ones' lives.
Whatever your reason for giving, we ask for your prayerful support for this important campaign. Through it, we are Preserving the Future.
Reverend Doctor Thomas M.Richard, Interim Minister at FCC of Marshfield