You can make a difference. God made each of us unique so that we are better when we work together.

We have lots of ways to make a difference in people's lives. Here are some of our favorites:

How do I get involved?

  1. Try us on for size. Come to worship on Sunday morning, or at one of our special worship services.

  2. Go deeper with Bible Study or try the choir.

  3. Hang out with us at one of our special activities! We like a good time, and we think you'll have one too!


Tell us about yourself. Ask a question. Share a comment. Get involved.


Children and youth are part of the church today.

We love having children in all that we do! Where some churches feel uncomfortable with infants and children in worship, we rejoice at the sound of a baby and include our children in prayer times.

Sunday School
(ages 3–12)

We have an outstanding Sunday School curriculum, called “Deep Blue.” It’s by Cokesbury Publishing (one of the solid producer of resources for children and youth) and helps kids learn the great stories of the Bible with an active learning style. It not only teaches what is going on in the Bible, but what it means and how we can be different and better because of it. Best of all, the curriculum helps children think about how to live out what the Bible is teaching that morning. Children begin with everyone else in worship, and then get to head off to Sunday School part way through. You can take a closer look at Deep Blue if you want.

Hanging Out with Each Other and God

Weekly Breakfasts

Women's Breakfast, Fridays at 9:30a

Men's Breakfast, Sats @ 8a

Ladies gather for fun and fellowship, to share and eat. Not just church members. Guests are welcome and breakfast is always good!

A bunch of guys starting the day together, catching up on the week, being good support for each other. A hearty (and cheap!) breakfast is cooked up downstairs at the church. Guest's first breakfast is free! Open to the community.


More than a rehearsal, choir is about enjoying music and each other. Weekly rehearsals help folks prepare for singing in worship. You don't need to read music to part of our gang. We are friendly to the sight-impaired.

Finding ways to be a blessing

Fiber Arts, Tuesdays @ 9:30a

A group of folks who knit, sew and weave for God. Lately, they've been making afghans to give to veterans.

Interfaith Social Services

One of the great non-profits in Quincy, Interfaith Social Services serves those who need food, clothing, and basic life supplies. In addition, they help connect folks in need with social services in the city and state. The First Church of Squantum was one of the founding churches for this ecumenical effort, and we still contribute weekly with volunteers, funds, and food.
Connect with Interfaith Social Services.

We're not done learning and growing!

Monday Night Bible Study @ 7p

We are curious about who God is and what God likes. We have lots of questions about what Jesus taught too, and what that means for our lives. We seek answers to our questions by exploring what the Bible has to say today. Our promise is that no one has to read anything ahead of time (unless you want to of course).

Community Book Group
First Tuesdays @ 7p

Every month this bunch discusses a new book with wide-ranging topics and genres. We enjoy the great masters of fiction (for example, The Great Gatsby), current novelists (John Grisham and Donna Tartt), and even interesting non-fiction (like The Perfect Storm and Mayflower). To find out what we are reading this month, check out our latest newsletter.

Building God into the fabric of the community

Squantum Community Association

A few times a year, the Squantum Community Association hosts a gathering of our neighborhood to meet and enjoy each other, learn about a topic of local interest, and explore how to be good neighbors for each other. Their website:  Squantum Community Association.

Boy Scouts and Crew

Our fellowship's meeting house hosts a cub scout pack (elementary), a boy scout troop (middle and high school), and even a Crew (high school and college). They go on camp-outs, do service projects, and work on merit badges.