Join us for an outdoor, socially-distanced gathering on Saturday, January 30 from 2-3pm.

Are you worried about how expensive housing is in Brookline? Would you like to learn more about this challenge, and learn how to be part of the solution?

Since COVID-19 began, the Brookline Food Pantry has been serving four times more families than previous times. Help us support the Pantry by bringing donations to United Parish this month.

On New Year’s Day, volunteers took several boxes and bags filled with boots, coats, hats, gloves and winter clothing to Arlington Street Church to support the clothing closet maintained by the Friday Night Supper Program.

Check out Thrifty Threads’ Facebook and Instagram pages for tons of gently-used (or some new with tags) items for sale.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Martin Luther King Jr. Day Community Celebration

Boston Children’s Chorus: 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute Virtual Concert

Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's legacy on Sunday, January 17 at 4pm.

Text “AlertBrookline” to 99411 to enroll in the Town of Brookline’s Emergency Alert Program. Sign up to receive notifications via phone call, text message or email. Notifications available in six languages.

The fourth annual Christmas Market will take place from Sunday, November 29 to Thursday, December 24. Make a gift and/or tell your friends and family that you’ve made gifts in their honor to organizations doing good in the world. Perfect for gifts or stocking stuffers.

Kent invites everyone to participate in the UnifyAmerica challenge, an opportunity to pair up with someone from the other side of our country’s political divide and learn what we hold in common. He spoke of it in sermons on October 4 and 18.