There are always opportunities for learning something new and engaging in conversation with others. Check out some events happening soon in the community.
Daughters of Abraham
Mothers Out Front, a local organization that is mobilizing for a livable climate and powering up for our children's future, is holding the following events in Brookline this spring:
Some stories associate St. Valentine with the freeing of prisoners. Maybe the ancient stories are apocryphal, but your opportunity to advance the cause of criminal justice reform is real. And it is easy too!
It's time to plan for summer church camp! This year, a $250 scholarship per child is being made to all United Parish children and youth attending a Baptist Camp.
On Wednesday, March 14, United Parish will have a delayed opening. The Church Office will be open at 12pm. Evening church meetings including Council, End Mass Incarceration, and Human Resources, are still on as planned. Emely Phelps' piano recital is still on for tonight at 7pm.
On Sunday, March 25, join us in our annual Palm Sunday tradition of sharing Hot Cross Buns together during Coffee Hour. We look forward to this fellowship and invite you to sign up to bake or bring hot cross buns to share. You may drop them off in the Chapel.
On Sunday, March 11 at 12:00pm, we are hosting Temple Shir Tikva for a vegetarian chili potluck lunch in Willett Hall. Are you willing to bring a pot of chili to share?
Join us after worship to purchase cards to tell friends and family that a gift has been made in their honor to an organization doing good in the world. Perfect for gifts or stocking stuffers. Descriptions of the organization included on all cards. Amounts from $5 to $50 available.
The Baptist members of United Parish will be holding an important meeting after church from 12:30-1:15pm in the Parlor on Sunday, December 3. We will be discussing some changes at TABCOM (The American Baptist Conference of Massachusetts), and some issues regarding our own endowment.
Join us Thursday evenings in Advent, from 6:30-7pm for a contemplative worship service in our Chapel. December 7, 14 and 21. The Advent season is a counter-cultural response to all of the busy-ness that can creep up around us. It means SLOWING down. Remembering to breathe.