The IPC Senior Outreach Program aims to reduce social isolation and maintain a community network of friendship and support.


The program began when two elderly Irish citizens, living in Boston died alone. The IPC responded immediately to reduce isolation. Weekly calls are made from the centre each Tuesday to check in with those who are living alone and, in an effort to assist in positive and healthy aging, the Irish Pastoral Centre hosts weekly events in Brighton, Dorchester and West Roxbury as well as a monthly lunch in Weymouth.

The Irish Pastoral Centre hosts weekly Café’s for our retired and Senior community with tremendous help from many volunteers!

On Mondays, the Cara Club meets at the Veronica Smith Senior Center, 20 Chestnut Hill Street, Brighton from 1pm to 3pm

On Tuesdays, Young At Heart gathers at St. Jerome's Church, 632 Bridge St, North Weymouth 1pm to 3pm

On Wednesdays, Café Eireann gathers at All Saints 209 Ashmont Street, Dorchester from 1pm to 3 pm

On Thursdays, the Crossroads Café meets at The Irish Social Club, 119 Park Street, West Roxbury  from 1pm to 3pm.

Monthly lunches take place at the Cottage Bar in Weymouth.


IPC Senior program also offers:

  • Weekly check-in phone calls

  • Sick visits

  • Nursing home visits

  • Health and Wellness supports and referrals

  • A specially created Greenhill’s menu for Seniors that include 3 - 4 meals. Order through the Pastoral Centre.


Here at the Centre we also host:

  • “25”Cards Night: Every Thursday at 8pm

  • Our Knitting Club takes place every Thursday at 11am. Our Sobriety Support Group meets every Saturday at 6pm. All are welcome.

  • First Friday Fish and Chips Supper Club  from 5 to 7pm.  Please call 617-635-5300 to RSVP



Please reach out to: Peggy Conneely or Patsy Dineen for enquiries and supports

Phone: 617-265-5300