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Medfield Historical Society Presents "Medfield—A Town Divided"
Three hundred years ago, in 1713, Medfield residents on the west side of the Charles River broke away to form their own town—the town of Medway. Curator Richard DeSorgher will reveal the underlying causes that led to the split and portray the impact it had on Medfield. Medway, which is just beginning its 300th Anniversary Celebration, will send members of its historical society to the “scene of the crime,” the First Parish Church, where the February 4th program will take place, to present the reaction in Medway and what life was like 300 years ago in that new settlement.
More About First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Medfield
First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Medfield is located at 26 North Street in the center of Medfield, next to Meeting House Pond. First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Medfield is Medfield's oldest church, dating back to 1651. Interim Minister Rich Stower leads the service Sunday mornings at 10 am. First Parish Unitarian Universalist of Medfield welcomes people of all traditions, beliefs and religious backgrounds.