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

Pastors' Blog
Kent French

This Sunday we are pleased to welcome the 60-voice youth choir from our Minister of Music Susan’s home church, the 200-year-old Church Street United Methodist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee. These young people will bring us the music of Aaron Copland, Stephen Paulus and others, with anthems both invigorating and contemplative.

Strawberry Festival - Saturday, June 3

Join the fun at the Annual United Parish Strawberry Festival on the front lawn at United Parish between 11am and 3pm.  Come for delicious strawberry shortcake, food from the grill, fun, music, singing and dancing, playtime in Memorial Park, laughing, bargain hunting at the rummage sale, face-painting, visiting, and generally having a great time!


Saying Goodbye to our Seminarian

This past year, United Parish has been blessed to have another gifted seminarian in our midst. Lindsey Franklin has graced us with her intelligence, thoughtfulness, compassion, consideration, faithfulness and deep kindness.


We as a state and country are making progress towards full rights for the LGBTQ community. A very large number of people and organizations come to march in Boston's Gay Pride Parade every year. So we won, right?! Why march?

Church provides us with so many good things: community, a place to grow spiritually, opportunities to pause and reflect on what life is all about, ways to serve others and work for social justice.

The weather was cool, but beautiful, as 59 people joined United Parish’s effort to support Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger on May 7th. Our age range was 1 to 70+. Twenty-two of us were children and teens, and teen Sunday School teachers joined to walk with their classes.