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. READ MORE >
Sunday Worship Service:
Sep 7 - Jun 21: 11:00 am | Jun 27 - Aug 31: 10:00 am
This past Sunday, we had a flash mob in worship as we heard about the summertime adventures of our youth Pilgrimage to Steubenville, Ohio, and reflected on how they experienced “Jesus: the revolution of love.” This Sunday, music and poetry will be at the heart of our worship, as we consider our theme of "Salvation: Abundant Life Now.”
Chancel Choir - Rejoice in the Lamb October 26
This Sunday during worship we will hear music by Benjamin Britten and text from the unusual psalm-lke poem,"Jubilate Agno," by Christopher Smart. The poetic images are at times startling, confusing, and even amusing. Britten treats them with just the right amount of humor and seriousness that allows the deeply spiritual truths found in Smart's work to shine forth.
All-Church Game Night
Want to get to know others who worship with you at United Parish? There's no better way than to gather together and have fun! All are invited for a game night on Saturday, November 1st at 5pm
If you are new to the area, new to United Parish, or feeling ready to move from being a casual friend of the church to a deeper connection, you are warmly invited to learn more about the church and membership at United Parish.
The first GreenUP-sponsored all-church event will be on Friday, November 7 at 7:15pm in the Parlor. GreenUP is hosting a screening of the film Disruption followed by small group discussions. All are invited to attend, food will be provided. (Read more about the movie.)
We hear the names each week in church: Galilee, Bethlehem, Jerusalem. We also hear about intense fighting all over the Middle East and wonder, is there any hope for peace? In fact there is, in the form of an organization that brings together Israelis and Palestinians who tour the U.S. each year to discuss ways out of the current situation.