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Since the founding of the Town of Shirley in 1753, The Shirley Meeting House has played an intricate part of the town’s life. Now maintained as a living historic site by dedicated volunteers, the Meeting House continues to provide a place where people can come together to share important and cultural events.
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Located on one of New England’s untouched Town Commons and on the National Register of Historic Places, The Shirley Meeting House is the perfect venue for weddings, recitals, concerts and other functions.
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In 1847 a Stevens’s tracker organ was brought from Cambridge to Shirley by ox-cart, to "be used in aid of church music." Over the years, the First Parish Preservation Society, Inc. has preserved this instrument, maintaining the original sound.
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Shirley's Historic Meetinghouse
Email: info@shirleymeetinghouse.org
Site design:
Jayne West/Webley West Designs