Old South Church to hold first service since bombings
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Life has yet to truly return to normal in Boston, but people are starting to go back into their normal routines.
Old South Church, known as "the church of the finish line", will worship on Thursday for the first time since Marathon Monday.
Jazz worship, focusing on the bombings, will be held here at 6 p.m., just a hundred feet from the finish line.
Those who are coming here to Boylston Street for the service or for anything else will find free parking along Boylston Street and on all meters in the Back Bay including meters between Arlington Street and Mass Ave as well as those next to the public garden.
On Wednesday, the vice president's wife Jill Biden visited the finish-line memorial, just up the street, for Boston Marathon victims.
Biden left behind a pair of sneakers and a bouquet of flowers.
This was after Vice President Joe Biden spoke at fallen MIT officer Sean Collier's memorial service in Cambridge.