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 25 - Sept 3 @ 10:00am | Sept 10, 2017 - Jun 10, 2018 @ 11:00am

Pastors' Blog
Kent French

Shortly after Easter last year, a new visitor came to see me for a one-on-one chat. He immediately let me know that he was being investigated for a federal crime and would most likely be sentenced to several years in prison.

Our New Acting Associate Pastor

On July 2nd, we will welcome Amy Norton, as our new Acting Associate Pastor. Every person who met Amy in interviews remarked on her warmth and enthusiasm. She is a bright, curious and creative person who is a self-proclaimed "church dork" with a passion for engaging in spiritual study with ownership and responsibility.

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Summer Worship Begins June 25

Join us Sunday @ 10am for summer worship when we will do things a little differently. Like most of New England, our worship attendance goes down and the building gets warmer. On June 25th, we will slip into summer mode and ease into a different rhythm. We will worship on Sundays at 10am, rather than 11am, and we will gather in Willet Hall on our lower level.

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Boston is welcoming the bi-annual 2017 United Church of Christ Musicians Association (UCCMA) National Conference July 9-12. The planning committee has been working very hard to create a conference that will nurture, invigorate, and inspire.

We are pleased to announce the hiring of Sarah Fitzpatrick as the new Communications/Office Administrator. Sarah's first day is Monday, June 26. We are so happy she will be with us.

As you are aware, the #Black Lives Matter movement gained national recognition in 2014 in the wake of fatal encounters between white police officers and black citizens in Ferguson, Missouri, and other communities. This past week juries either acquitted police officers or deadlocked in criminal prosecutions in Cincinnati, Milwaukee, and St. Paul. How should we understand these events?