20151101OOS All SaintsLancaster’s town green is the home of one of America’s great architectural gems - the Charles Bulfinch designed Fifth Meeting House, which also serves today as the home of the First Church of Christ Unitarian. Built in 1816 in only 157 days, the building is one of only a few Bulfinch churches.

In 2016, the Church’s Bulfinch 200 committee along with the Bulfinch Fund (separate, not church affiliated) kicked off a year-long celebration of the iconic building and its rich history in the town of Lancaster.

For more information on our history, visit "Our History" page.

The building and our church have always been a community center where we have held and participated in many community events. We have sold pumpkins, held memorial services, run the annual Horseshed Fair and Strawberry Festivals, supported community Halloween and Easter celebrations, held a community Christmas eve service, and much more. We also enjoy supporting the local arts and cultural community with concerts, recitals, art shows, fairs, historical reenactments and lectures, tours and more.

 

Keep an eye on the schedule below for upcoming town and cultural events held at the meeting house!

 

Upcoming Community & Cultural Events

Tue Dec 19 @ 6:00PM -
Mindfulness Meditation
Meets in the church parlor

The Lancaster Mindfulness Meditation Community welcomes new members at all levels of experience. Please join us!

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Sun Dec 24 @ 4:30PM -
Christmas Eve Service
Featuring the Youth Ensemble of New England

Youth Ensemble of New England

Join us to celebrate Christmas eve featuring music from the Youth Ensemble of New England.

All are Welcome!

Sun Dec 24 @11:00PM -
Community Christmas Eve Service
Community Christmas Eve service of Lessons and Carols

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Join us for our Beloved community Christmas Eve service of Lessons and Carols featuring ringing of the historic Paul Revere bell at midnight.

Featuring special Guest Musicians:
Jung-Yi Daugherty (flute) and Scott Daugherty (trumpet)

All Are Welcome!