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. 

Sunday Worship Service:

Jun 28 - Sept 6 @ 10:00am | Sept 13 - Jun 19 @ 11:00am

Pastors' Blog
Cydney Van Dyke

We here at United Parish are gearing up for the start of the "Fall" season. You know, that time of the year that is technically still summer but can only adequately be described as fall because along with it comes things like crisper days, back to school sales, a hint of changing color in the leaves, and yep, that's right, the start of the Church School year!!

Church School Registration is now OPEN

Sunday, September 13 @ 9:45 will begin the new year of Church School at United Parish in Brookline. All children are welcome.  Read more HERE about the educational offerings for children and HERE for youth.  Contact the church office if you have any questions.


Call for Applicants - Associate Pastor

The Search and Call Committee has reached an exciting step in our search for our new Associate Pastor – we have posted our Job Advertisement!  We’re now ready to begin receiving applications for the position.  See Call for Applicants official invite to apply.


This summer we are easing into a different rhythm.  Once again, we will worship at 10am, rather than 11am, in Willet Hall in our basement. We will worship together and celebrate communion each week. We will keep it cool and more informal.

The Main Branch of the Brookline Public Library is currently hosting our very own Bill Gasperini's exhibit Mammoths & Reindeer: The Russian Arctic. The exhibit is on view daily in the main lobby during library hours through September 3, 2015.

The United Parish in Brookline took a major step for social justice at the All-Parish Meeting held on June 21, 2015, when members of the church voted unanimously to adopt a "Statement in Opposition to Mass Incarceration in Massachusetts and the United States." (See full text of this statement below.)  This Statement will be communicated to political leaders as well as t