We are looking for members and friends of United Parish to add to a devotional that will be compiled for the 2018 Advent season. Come to the writing workshop on Sunday, November 4 at 12:30pm in the Parlor to get a jump start on your devotional.
On Sunday, November 4, we remember people who lived exemplary lives: some who lived among us, some we only read about, some we've never heard of. "Saint" sounds like such a big word. Utterly unattainable, even. You might wonder if you would even want to grow into such a name.
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.
If you missed the session over the summer, we’re offering another opportunity: Sunday, October 28 from 12:30pm-2pm in the Parlor. We all engage with gender identity and expression in a variety of ways.
On Sunday, October 21, we will welcome the Reverend Don Remick, the Transitional Interim Conference Minister for the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ.
It’s time to sign up for the Community Thanksgiving Dinner we host on Thanksgiving Day. We extend a community-wide invitation to this annual dinner, which brings in around 175 people every year. For many, this is their only chance at a family-style traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
Endowment minutes and the annual investment statements are available to all our church members. Please contact the Church Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-277-6860 to get a copy.
Climate change is caused by carbon pollution. And carbon pollution causes and worsens asthma and chronic lung disease. It hurts children, the elderly and the poor most of all. Those who have done the least to cause it and have the least resources to adapt suffer the most.