News & Announcements

June 12, 2024
Old South Church in Boston is proud to announce that J. Shia, founder of Madhouse Motors, will receive the 2024 Open Door Award. The award presentation will take place on June 16, 2024, which the church is marking as Liberation Sunday - a day…
May 21, 2024
By Kate Silfen, Church Historian | May 2024 Council Meeting Report Council’s virtual gathering in May was chock-full of meaningful conversations about the Old South Church community. Treasurer Bill Bulkeley provided an update on Old South’s finances…
May 7, 2024
The civic life of the city is an intimately bound up in of our church’s life. The prophet Jeremiah spoke to a people who were deeply concerned about what would become of their nation. And the counsel he gave was this: Seek the welfare of the city,…
May 6, 2024
A message from George Sargeant, Associate Organist and Choirmaster: Dear Old South Church Family, Last Sunday, during both First and Festival worship, we announced that, after nearly nineteen years as Associate Organist and Choirmaster, I will be…
April 22, 2024
By Kate Silfen, Church Historian | April 9, 2024 Council Meeting Report Council members gathered for a busy, hybrid meeting on a balmy April evening. Assistant Minister Rachel Barton opened the meeting with a prayer and a reading of Wendell Berry’s…
April 11, 2024
Boston, MA — As the iconic Boston Marathon approaches, Old South Church in Boston is set to host three special Marathon Sunday worship services, featuring the cherished Blessing of the Athletes and the stirring sounds of Highland Cathedral performed…
March 27, 2024
By Kate Silfen, Church Historian | March 12, 2024 Council Meeting Report Tuesday, March 12th marked the first Council meeting for many newly appointed leaders. The Reverend Ashley Popperson opened our meeting with a prayer from St. Ignatius. Maren…
March 5, 2024
Click here to watch the Annual Meeting recording Click here to read the Annual Report During the 354th Annual Meeting of Old South Church in Boston, the congregation voted unanimously to call Rev. Ashley Popperson as a Settled Associate Minister.…