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The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) invites clergy and congregation members from houses of faith in the area to join together on Zoom on Thursday, November 5 at 7pm. This will be a place for us to be together in relationship with one another across faith and neighborhoods.

All ministry team members and conveners, congregation members, and council members are encouraged to attend a two-part leadership retreat on Sunday, November 8 and Sunday, December 6 from 12:30-2pm on Zoom. Thank you for the many ways you serve United Parish.

Stop by to shop on Saturday, November 7 (weather permitting) from 12-2pm in the Marion Street driveway. Check out great deals on clothing and accessories. All shoppers must wear masks and maintain physical distance. Clothing donations can also be dropped off during this time.

Giving statements for this fiscal year (beginning July 2020) have been securely emailed to donors; to read you should sign into Realm. Included is a cover letter with helpful information on online giving. For those without regular email access, a copy is being mailed.

Sunday mornings on Zoom at 10am. Get a sneak peek at the scripture for the day in a small group discussion. No prep needed, no commitment; true drop-in (come when you can – no guilt when you can’t). Meet friends, make community, get a heads-up on the sermon. Newcomers welcome.

Join us for a physically-distant, prayerful worship service, outside in Memorial Park (behind the parking lot on Harvard Street) every Thursday, through October 29, from 6:00-6:30pm (weather permitting).

Join us on Thursdays from 8:00-8:30am via Zoom. If you are looking for a calming, caring congregational connection in the middle of your chaotic week, join Adam S. on Thursday mornings on Zoom.

United Parish in Brookline, through its thrift store Thrifty Threads, is hosting a clothing drive for three of our partner groups: Catie's Closet (serving teens), Solutions at Work...

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