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First Parish in Wayland

Boston, USA

In 1814 the present church building was erected, conforming largely to a federal model of the architect Asher Benjamin. The original interior had a raised pulpit and side galleries. Interior modifications resulting in the present two-story arrangement were made in 1850. The church bell (which is still in place) was cast by the foundry of Paul Revere and Son.


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First Parish in Wayland
50 Cochituate Road, Wayland
01778 Boston
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First Parish in Wayland is located in the middle of Wayland center, at the intersection of Routes 20, 27, and 126, across from the Wayland Safety Building.

From the East:  Take the Mass Pike to Route 128/95 North to Exit 26, Route 20 Weston/Waltham. Follow signs for Route 20 West through Weston to the front of First Parish, approximately 6 miles.

From the West: Take Route 20.

From the North (Concord) or Southwest (Sherborn), take Route 126.

Seating Information

Main Hall, 500 Sitze