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First Church of Roxbury Meetinghouse

Built in 1804, the First Church of Roxbury Meetinghouse is the oldest surviving wooden religious structure in Boston. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the John Eliot Square Historic District and is a pending Boston Landmark. Its three-building campus is now home to the Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry, which provides important social service, educational, and community programming at the site. The exterior of the Meetinghouse was recently restored, and work is underway to renovate its elegant interior and position it as an active site of arts, educational, and civic programming for Roxbury. 
Open House – Self Guided Tours; 10:30am-11:00am--Presentation on historic steeple clocks followed by the reading of a poem written specially for the occasion; 11:00am--tolling of restored bell toll; 11:15am--Steeple tour and clock mechanism demonstration.

Saturday Only: 10am-2pm
10 Putnam St, Roxbury 02119

First Church Roxbury
Year: 1804

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