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Archives: October 2018

Once again, the 4th and 5th graders are planning to make pumpkin bread for our Thanksgiving Dinner guests. We will be collecting spare change after worship on Sunday, October 28 and Sunday, November 4. We will use the change to buy supplies for baking the bread. We look forward to your support...

It’s time to sign up for the annual 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.

20/30's Hallowed Friendsgiving is almost here! Have you ever wished you could celebrate both Halloween and Thanksgiving at the same time? Our schedules are too full for two 20/30's events this month, but we wanted to combine the best of both!

World Premiere of Joshua

A new work composed by Christopher LaRosa

Performed by the United Parish Chancel Choir & Boston University Trombone Choir

Susan DeSelms, organ

Don Lucas, conductor

Helen Hassinger, soprano

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, November 18 at 6pm in the Sanctuary, you’re invited to a one-time event hosted by Hidden Brookline and the ...

Coat Boston was launched by City Mission in 2009, and since then has distributed over 12,000 new winter coats to...

United Parish member Emily R. and her colleagues at the Handel and Haydn Society invite you to performances of Every Voice, an uplifting concert for justice and peace with music spanning ten centuries.

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.

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