Architectural detail of window arches on Old South Church in Boston

News & Announcements

On Sunday, April 7, Will Gregg came home to the Community Hour at Old South Church and brought with him a remarkable documentary.
February snow, complete with lashing winds and pelting ice, threatened a cancellation of Council’s monthly session on February 12, 2019. But technology stepped in and Council met electronically by conference call with nearly complete attendance, sparing a slippery evening commute to Old South. Deb Washington thanked everyone for their participation. She read from the poem My Creed by Howard Arnold Walter as a devotion: I would be true, for there are those who trust me; I would be pure, for there are those who care; I would be strong, for there is much to suffer; I would be brave, for there is...
We've begun to organize and establish the Task Force as a vibrant church organization.
Phillis Wheatley biographer Richard Kigel will be talking about one of Old South Church in Boston’s most revered members.
In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr’s 90th birthday, Old South Church took his voice to the streets.
We are celebrating our 350th anniversary in 2019. As a part of that celebration we’re creating an encyclopedia of theological, historical and whimsical entries about our church.
Our partner organization City Mission is accepting applications for their Urban Pastoral Ministry Program! The program is a two year residency for recent seminary graduates who are called to ordained urban ministry. Through a partnership between City Mission and four established Boston churches, residents gain hands-on experience in worship, administration, and outreach in an urban congregation, mentorship from experienced ministers, and opportunities for leadership in collaborations between City Mission, these congregations, and other organizations. Designed to help new pastors develop...
Dear Old South Church, In the wake of the shocking terror and murder visited upon Pittsburg’s Tree of Life Congregation, there is an initiative underway of solidarity, community and support for our Jewish friends, neighbors and cousin congregants. It is called #ShowUpForShabbat On Friday, the first Shabbat since the horrors visited upon Tree of Life Congregation, we are invited to Show Up For Shabbat, to attend the Shabbat Service at 6pm at Temple Israel, 477 Longwood Ave, Boston, MA 02215. Temple Israel is planning a special Shabbat of Comfort, Community, and Courage. We need to be there...