During the season of celebrating Jesus, whose life modeled simplicity and sharing, let’s show extra care for God’s Creation. Sustainability takes just a bit of extra imagination and planning. You can give more while spending less, and have fun bringing those you love along for the ride.
This year, our Brookline Interfaith Clergy have offered a 17+minute reflection on “Gratitude as an Act of Resilience and Resistance,” as an alternative to their annual Thanksgiving worship.
Members of the Exalting, Gathering, and Hearts and Hands teams have put together Advent care packages for our congregation.
We are creating a virtual, congregation-wide Advent wreath! We invite families to send in a photograph of something that represents HOPE, PEACE, JOY, and/or LOVE. This can be a photo of a drawing, an arranged photograph, a sculpture, something in nature, you name it!
As we move deeper into the fall, we encourage everyone in the congregation to take a peek at what our children and youth are learning this month.
Hearts and Hands will again be hosting a food drive. We will be collecting canned goods and non-perishable food on Tuesday, November 10 from 10am-2pm and Saturday, November 14 from 9am-1pm. Please bring donations to the Chapel ramp door during these hours.
You’re invited to the next meeting on Wednesday, October 21 at 10am via Zoom for conversation. This is a place for active grandparents and other peers to share ideas and experiences during this special time of life. ALL interested persons are welcome.
In October and November, our congregation will be supporting the efforts of Household Goods, an organization that provides donated furniture and household items, free of charge, to help people in need make a home.
In Brookline, climate is everybody’s business! Join with other Brookline businesses, non-profits, and faith organizations for a free webinar on Thursday, October 15 from 9-9:45am. Learn three specific ways you can save money, save energy and save the planet.