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.

The Massachusetts Legislature was flooded with bills in January – including hundreds of bills to reform our criminal justice system – for the new legislative session that runs until June 2018.

On Saturday, June 3, join the fun at the Annual United Parish Strawberry Festival on the front lawn at United Parish...

The GreenUP Ministry Team wants to let everyone know about a couple of upcoming actions/events that they encourage you to participate in.  Saturday, May 13 @ 10am, join members of the team in the plaza adjacent to...

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.

The Judge Connelly Youth Center is an intake and detention center in Roslindale for youth who are charged with a crime and being detained.

Please join the Hearts and Hands Ministry Team for its annual Service Day on Saturday, May 6th, from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm in the UP choir room.