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.

With the recommendation of our Stewardship and Budget Ministry Team and other ministry team leaders, our Church Council approved application for relief funds from the PPP of the Small Business Administration (SBA), for $50,000 to help cover our payroll expenses this spring, while our building...

"The Son of Man"
for Soli, Chorus, Trumpet, Harp, Percussion and Organ
Music by Kareem Roustom
Text by Khalil Gibran

Due to stay home orders in effect at this time, we are saving our community Easter frolicking for later. Please check out these resources for other ways to create Easter hunts in and around your home and to learn more about the biblical events of Holy Week and Easter.

For over 10 years, the Hearts and Hands Ministry Team has been providing assistance and care in very practical ways to our United Parish family during times of celebration and need.

Recently, we have seen much news about the growing concerns over COVID19 – the Coronavirus. The US Centers for Disease Control urge everyone to take standard precautions against infection by washing hands, covering coughs, and staying home when sick.

There is a new 60-unit affordable housing development being built in Coolidge Corner at 370 Harvard Street (adjacent to the Kehillath Israel synagogue) for seniors aged 62 or older!

Sunday, March 22, 12:30pm in the Choir Room.

Join us after worship on Sunday, March 15 in Willett Hall for our annual chili cook-off. This meal will be set up so you can sit with and get to know the folks from your area. We ask our wonderful chili chefs to bring in their best offerings. If chili is not your forte, please bring a dessert....

Every year, the 20s/30s group goes on a retreat, typically to Maine or Cape Cod, somewhere within a couple hours driving. We hang out, watch movies, play games, eat food, explore the area, discuss our faith, and bond.