COVID-19 Community Updates

As we navigate the many challenges and demands presented by the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency, we will post messages and other communications received in the Parish office from friends and neighbors throughout the community, which may be of interest or benefit to our members.

February 24, 2022
First Parish Meeting In-Person Beginning This Sunday!
Hybrid Services (in-person & online) Will Return This Weekend!

The COVID Task Force is happy to report that COVID-related metrics have reached a point where it is safe to gather in-person, with some precautions. Masks will be required for everyone over the age of two who enters the building. We encourage you to wear high-quality, fitted, surgical, KN95, or N95 masks. We will practice social distancing in the Sanctuary and will not gather for Coffee Hour.

We look forward to being together again in-person! If you are not able to participate in person, please join us online. (Password = 12345)

Questions for the Covid Task Force? Email: .|

September 17, 2021

CLICK HERE for the current plan for indoor gathering for worship

Sew Your Own Protective Mask

For those who may be interested in sewing their own protective face masks, a simple pattern and instructions are provided here, courtesy of Dianne Hoaglin and her daughter-in-law, Nike Mendenhall. Simply click on the links to access both the pattern and the instructions… and happy sewing!

If you are currently making masks and would care to donate them, please package them in plastic, and place them on the bench beside the door. Click here to view CDC Guidelines for making, wearing, and caring for protective masks.

MA Legislative Response to COVID-19

Click here here to stay informed and up-to-date on all bills, pending in the Massachusetts Legislature, which relate specifically to the COVID-19 emergency. This site is comprehensive, and updated daily.

Lincoln-Sudbury Mutual Aid Network

The Lincoln-Sudbury Mutual Aid Network has been formed to offer support services during this time, specifically for Lincoln and Sudbury residents. Their informational flier includes links to many other resources including neighborhood aid networks. In addition, Massachusetts has established a resource hotline for anyone in need of services. Dial 211 day or night to be connected to someone who can help you locate the services that you need.

Hope In The Face Of A Pandemic

Rabbi Yisroel Freeman of Chabad Center of Sudbury delivers a short Chassidic story about one person’s inspiration, when gravely ill, and when there was no hope left. Click here to view the video.