Welcome to United Parish in Brookline

Come and see what is happening in our vibrant, ecumenical, open and affirming congregation. Explore our life of worship, service, learning, and care. Check out our programs for children,
youth, and adults. Feed your spirit, nurture your soul and find new friends. No matter where
you are on life's journey, know that you are welcome here. 
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Sunday Worship Service:

Jun 26 - Sept 4 @ 10:00am | Sept 11, 2016 - Jun 18, 2017 @ 11:00am

Pastors' Blog
Kent French

It is Advent. We have lit candles for Hope and Love and this Sunday, we will light another for Joy.

Advent Midweek Worship

To observe Advent, during the bustle of the holiday season, we will step into the quiet and candle light on Thursdays, 6:30-7:00pm, beginning December 1st, for some centering time of prayer and song.  

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Youth Pilgrimage Fundraiser

Our Confirmands from last May will join together with past Confirmands and our current J2A class for Pilgrimage 2017! The location and dates are still to come, but our focus will be on homelessness in youth. You can participate in helping to raise funds for this Pilgrimage by shopping at Ten Thousand Villages Sunday, December 11, between 12:30 - 3:30 PM.

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As many of you know, the United Parish Stretching into Justice Ministry Team’s theme is End Mass Incarceration. So, for the second year, toys are being collected for children of incarcerated parents.

Once again during Advent season, United Parish will be supporting Coat Boston, City Mission Society's Coat Drive. (Deadline: Sunday, December 11)

Coat Boston was launched in 2009 with the generous support of Citizens Bank Foundation. Since then, Coat Boston has distributed over 12,000 new winter coats to underserved and homeless children and youth in Boston. The goal for 2016 is 3000 coats!

The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) will be holding a special evening service at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center (ISBCC) that will feature testimonies from local residents, prayers from Greater Boston's interfaith leaders, and a non-partisan call to