List of Concord’s Houses of Worship Holiday Services

Schedule of Services at Concord’s Houses of Worship


First Church of Christ, Scientist

7 Lowell Road, Concord

Sunday services 10:15

First Parish in Concord

20 Lexington Rd. 978 369-9602

Sunday services at 10 a.m.
Dec. 24 services

4pm:Rev. Paul Langston-Daley and music by the Gospel Choir

8PM: Rev. Seth Carrier-Ladd and music by the First Parish Choir

Holy Family Parish 

12 Monument Sq., Concord

Dec. 24 services at 4pm, 6pm and 10:30pm
Dec. 25 services at 9:30am

Kerem Shalom

December 13,  5-6pm: Chanukah Celebration at Rideout Park


New Life Community Church

221 Baker Ave.
Worship services Sundays 10:15 a.m.

December 24: 6pm service


Redeemer Presbyterian Church

1276 Main St. 978 254 7353

Worship services Sundays, 11 a.m.


St. Irene Parish

181 East St., Carlisle

Dec. 24 services at 4pm and 7:30pm
Dec. 25 services at 11am

Trinitarian Congregational Church

54 Walden St. 978 369 4837

Christmas Eve Services

5 pm Family Service

Congregational Carol Sing (at 4:50 pm)

Vocal solos and duets by Piper and Alden Harring.

Anthems by our children’s choir, with percussionist Carter Hack

8 pm Candlelight Service of Lessons & Carols

Prelude Concert (at 7:40 pm) featuring our choir and soloists.

Music by the Lawson Family with Cheryl Shea, and flutist Emily Roos

11 pm   Candlelight Service of Lessons & Carols            

Prelude Concert (at 10:40 pm) of music for organ and flute (Emily Roos)

Duets by tenor Lucas Hickman and soprano Sage Stoakley

Trinity Episcopal Church

81 Elm St. 978 369 3715

Dec. 24, Christmas Eve –

10am Advent 4 Holy Eucharist

3pm Holy Eucharist with all ages pageant

5pm Holy Eucharist with Choir and Instruments

10pm Holy Eucharist with Hymns


West Concord Union Church

1317 Main St. 978 369 6309

Dec. 24 – No morning service

3;30pm Preludes begin

4pm; All Ages Christmas Eve Service

7:40pm: Preludes begin

8pm: Candlelight Christmas Eve Service



GRAND-SCALE Boston Tea Party Reenactment on December 16th

“The most magnificent movement of all”

John Adams

Celebrate Our Commemorative Year With Us!
December 16, 2022 – December 16, 2023
The United States will commemorate the 250th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 2023. The Boston Tea Party is one of the nation’s most iconic events and one that propelled America down the road to revolution.

The United States will commemorate the 250th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 2023. Dubbed by John Adams as the “most magnificent movement of all”, the Boston Tea Party is one of the nation’s most iconic events and one that propelled America down the road to revolution.

In honor of this upcoming anniversary, The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is partnering with multiple organizations, communities, and businesses to create a series of collaborative, inclusive and commemorative programming throughout the entirety of 2023—culminating in a grand-scale reenactment on the 250th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 2023.

  • Special exhibits, artwork, and public programs
  • Community and school outreach
  • Theatrical performances
  • Virtual presentations and webinars
  • Genealogical programs
  • Historical festivals
  • And much more!

Please stay tuned as details are finalized!

For the latest information and events, please visit

WATCH IT LIVE! December 16th, 8pm

Visit these sites for more info:

Boston Tea Party Museum

December16th-Live Stream

More details





‘Tis the Season of Giving!

Open Table’s Family-to-Family Gift Bag Program

Spread JOY! Gather your family &  gather items for Open Table’s Family-to-Family Gift Bag Program. Give 12 Days of Joy from your family to another! Sponsor a family or senior this holiday season by building a gift kit over the first 12 days of December. A wonderful way to spread joy this holiday season and as a family, discuss and learn more about food insecurity and how it may affect our neighbors. 

The 4th ANNUAL CC Football Holiday Huddle Toy Drive  

Please consider donating an unwrapped new toy! The CCHS Football Team will collect the toys and will deliver them to the Concord Fire EMS Dept. Read more


Donate to the Holiday Gift Card Program

Concord’s Community Services, in collaboration with the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest, invite you to donate a gift card to a Concord family in need. Gift cards from local merchants, supermarkets, restaurants, or big-box stores are all welcome.


COAT DRIVE  – Help share the warmth! 

Concord Funeral Home is collecting NEW or gently used winter coats to be donated to “Our Father’s House, Inc.” for those in need in central Massachusetts. Coat Drive runs until Dec . 15. Drop off: 74 Belknap St., Concord  collection box on front porch. 


Brighten the Night, through William’s Be Yourself Challenge (WBYC)

WBYC is a local nonprofit dedicated to community events that bring people together for authentic, meaningful connection. It was founded by a group of Carlisle moms trying to support their grieving kids in the aftermath of William Shaw’s sudden death in 2019. We strive to shine a light on mental health and grief awareness. Read more


New Year’s Dance Party

Celebrate at a New Year’s Eve local Dance Party, all proceeds will go to Open Table? Save the date!