There is an upcoming Townwide Forum, called Building a Better Brookline: Housing Affordability in the Age of COVID-19, to be held on Sunday, June 14, 2020 from 1-3pm on Zoom.

Responding to requests for more opportunities to simply recharge and connect, both virtually and in person, United Parish will be offering a variety of small group opportunities for adults to feed your body, mind and spirit.

Our neighbors at CareOne Brookline and Goddard House have been hit hard by COVID-19. We want to let them know that we are thinking about them. We invite United Parish families and members to write cards and make drawings (especially all our little artists) to be dropped off at these facilities...

The Hearts and Hands Ministry Team is going to be collecting food for the Brookline Food Pantry on Thursday, May 28 from 9am-2pm and Thursday, June 4 from 9am-2pm. You may bring these items to the church and leave them in the Marion Street lobby.

This year is the 50th anniversary year of the founding of United Parish. On Sunday, June 14, in our online worship service, we will feature the United Parish anniversary theme: Rooted in the Past, Reaching into our Future with some special guests.

Do you sing or play any instrument at all? Are you able to record yourself on your phone, your iPad, your computer, or some other device? If so, please reach out to Minister of Music Susan DeSelms and/or Assistant Music Director Josaphat Contreras.

Thank you for helping us review Kent French’s time of ministry at United Parish. These instructions will tell you how you can assist us by giving us your reflections and feedback.

DUE: Sunday, June 14, 2020


We gave a farewell blessing to our departing seminarian, Jaz Buchanan, in worship on May 17. We are commissioning a liturgical stole for her. If you’d like to contribute ($5-20), please send a check with “Jaz stole” in the memo line or send a donation via PayPal.

Often in the spring, the Building and Grounds Ministry team organizes a Service Day when members and friends can work together on various maintenance items around the church building.

The United Parish Relief Fund has been created to help members and friends of our United Parish community who are in need of financial assistance due to COVID-19.