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Worship With Us


The congregation and clergy of the Old North Church (formally Christ Church in the City of Boston), a founding congregation of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, strive to keep faithful to the mission of openness and welcome proclaimed by our first Rector, the Rev. Dr. Timothy Cutler, in his inaugural sermon in 1723 on the text from Isaiah, “My House shall be called a House of Prayer for all people” (Isaiah 56:7). For 300 years we have drawn people from every background and denomination who share in our worship and life together. Whether visiting Boston briefly or seeking a permanent spiritual home, know we are delighted to welcome you to Old North Church.

Our Sunday services follow the liturgies in The Episcopal Church’s Book of Common Prayer, supplemented by a rich array of resources from across the Anglican Communion, especially the Church of England and the Anglican Church of Canada, as well as the Lutheran tradition.

Most Sundays we celebrate the Holy Eucharist (also called Holy Communion, the Lord’s Supper, or the Mass). Choral Matins (traditional Anglican Morning Prayer) is offered several times a year. Festivals of Lessons & Carols are held annually in Advent and Epiphany.

If you would like to join us in person for worship on Sundays at 11am, please click here to register, or contact the church office via email:

Please join us virtually every Sunday beginning at 11am on the congregation’s YouTube channel.

To offer financial support for our Episcopal Congregation, please click below.

Parking: Discounted parking is available Sunday mornings at the North End Garage on Commercial Street — at the corner of Commercial and Hull Street, two blocks from Old North. With church validation (available from an usher after worship), the parking fee is reduced until 1 PM.