Volunteer Address

United First Parish Church
1306 Hancock Street (Basement)
Quincy, MA 02169

  1. Go to the back of the building – the opposite end from the steeple. 
  2. Look for a basement door on the street side of the building directly across the street from the Quincy Market convenience store near the traffic light. 
  3. Caution:  The church has two basement doors. If you are on the park side of the church and you can’t see the Quincy Market store, or see a traffic light within 30 feet, you are at the wrong door. 

MBTA DIrections

  1. Exit the station using the Hancock Street exit.
  2. Walk through the park and towards the fountains. 
  3. The large grey granite church with a clock and bell tower is the United First Parish Church. It is the most prominent building in Quincy Center. 
  4. Go to the back of the church – the opposite end from the steeple. Near the traffic light at the back of the building, you should see a set of basement stairs next to a sidewalk and the street. 
  5. There are two sets of basement stairs, The one on the park side is the wrong one. 


86 Parkingway
Quincy, MA 02169
Free parking evenings and weekends
Operated by the City of Quincy, with an entrance off Granite Street. It is within walking distance of the Quincy Center MBTA station and the historic attractions in downtown.

34 Coddington Street
Quincy, MA 02169

Across from Bethany Congregational Church and the Thomas Crane Library yard.
About half a block from the church.

Free parking on Saturday and Sundays.  Some people have parked here on weeknights with no problems, but do so at your own risk.

Street parking is free and does not have a time limit on Sundays or on evenings after 6:00 pm. On weekdays and Saturdays street parking is free but is limited to 1 or 2 hours; please read signs carefully.

United First Parish Church Photo