Welcome to United Parish in Brookline

Come and see what is happening in our vibrant, ecumenical, open and affirming congregation. Explore our life of worship, service, learning, and care. Check out our programs for children,
youth, and adults. Feed your spirit, nurture your soul and find new friends. No matter where
you are on life's journey, know that you are welcome here. 

Sunday Worship Service:

September 9, 2018 - June 16, 2019 at 11:00am in the Sanctuary
June 23, 2019 - September 1, 2019 at 10:00am downstairs in Willett Hall

Pastors' Blog
Amy Norton

Greetings to you and peace, from the one who is and was and is to come! In addition to being a lover of contact sports, I'm also a huge country music fan.

We Welcome You to Worship

Join us each Sunday at 11am in the Sanctuary for a friendly smile, invigorating music, thought-provoking sermons, and fellowship.


World Premiere of Joshua

A new work composed by Christopher LaRosa for the United Parish Chancel Choir & Boston University Trombone Choir. All are invited to worship on Sunday, November 11 at 11am for this 15-minute, musical retelling of the Battle of Jericho composed by one of United Parish's most talented alumni.


Over the past several years, H&H has made fleece blankets for our high school graduates. A byproduct of this endeavor has been lots and lots of fleece squares that we have saved and for which we have now found a purpose for – handmade Christmas ornaments.

Come join the Building and Grounds Ministry team on Sunday, October 28 anytime between 1-6pm. Lend a hand indoors or outdoors with different tasks to help our church stay beautiful! Tasks range from yard work to dusting, and the amount of time you commit is your choice. We will be doing projects in shifts - come for a couple hours or stay for the day.

We all engage with gender identity and expression in a variety of ways. In this Trans 101 workshop, we'll learn vocabulary and etiquette to use when talking about and advocating for transgender folks, and explore our ability to be in celebratory relationship with one another, and ourselves, at church and in our greater communities.