Come experience the connections between our secular and spiritual worlds in this unique offering by the children and youth of United Parish on Sunday, May 20 during worship at 11am.
On April 4 -- the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s assassination -- both the Massachusetts House of Representatives and the Senate voted to adopt the criminal justice reform bill (with only 5 “no” votes in the House).
On Sunday, April 29 at 4pm in the Sanctuary, our musicians-in-residence will be performing a collaborative concert with Montreal’s Ensemble Bellechose, featuring music for double chorus from the Florilegium Portense and the Regensburg Partbooks.
We invite you to attend a service honoring the life of Jane Lautenbach today, Sunday, April 29 at 2pm in the Sanctuary followed by a reception in the Parlor. Jane was an active member of St. Mark's Methodist Church and United Parish.
Students continued their nationwide gun safety campaign with more school walkouts on April 20 – the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School mass shooting (13 killed, 20 wounded). Columbine highlights the so-called “gun show loophole” that exempts 40% of gun sales from background checks.
On Monday, April 16 at 7pm, Tim McGowan will be giving his Master’s voice recital in the Sanctuary. Tim is the tenor section leader in the Chancel Choir. All are invited to attend this free concert.
The 20/30 Vision group and Growing Grandparents group will have a joint meeting on April 22 at 12:30pm in the Parlor for a discussion. All are welcome.
Last Friday (March 23) the Conference Committee issued a report that reconciles the differences between the criminal justice reform bills voted by the Massachusetts House of Representatives and the Senate four months ago.
Join local Brookline organizations for the premiere screening of A New Lease, followed by a panel discussion about affordable housing on Thursday, April 12 at 7pm at the Coolidge Corner Theater.