Calendar of Events

April 2018

Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont Street, Boston, MA

Holy Eucharist celebrating the Feast of the Resurrection, with Bishop Barbara C. Harris presiding and the Rev. Canon Tina Rathbone preaching.  All are welcome.

Boston City Hall, City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA

Experience the power of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King's last speech at a public community reading at 4 p.m. on Monday, April 2 at City Hall Plaza in Boston. The event, hosted by Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, is organized by the Boston Mountaintop Project, which sees the last words of the Rev. Dr…

St. Dunstan's Church, 18 Springdale Avenue, Dover, MA

Volunteers will create and package 10,000 meals to send to Puerto Rico with The Outreach Program ( …

Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center, 108 Wally Stone Lane, Greenfield, NH

Pre-Confirmation retreats are a chance for young people of the Diocese of Massachusetts to meet other young people discerning their call to Confirmation and their faith journey.  The retreats are led by the members of the Diocesan Youth Council, 10th-12th graders who see part of their…

St. Mary's Church, 258 Concord Street, Newton-Newton Lower Falls, MA

Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont Street, Boston, MA

Budget Committee meetings are open to members of the diocese.  The committee works with the diocesan treasurer in developing the annual budget and in collaboration with the bishops, diocesan staff and other committees…

Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont St., Boston, MA

An Episcopal Relief & Development disaster preparedness training will be offered on Saturday, April 14, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul (138 Tremont Street) in Boston. …

St. Paul's Church, 390 Main Street, North Andover, MA

Groton School, 282 Farmers Row, Groton, MA

Evensong at St. John's Chapel at the Groton School.  All are welcome. Questions may be directed to the Rev. Christopher Whiteman, Chaplain, at 978-448-7257 or visit

Old North Church, 193 Salem St., Boston, MA

On the night of April 18, 1775, two lanterns were hung from the steeple of the Old North Church signaling the departure of British regulars “by sea,” and launching what would become the American Revolutionary War. Today, those two lanterns have come to represent patriotism and the American spirit…