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Archives: February 2019

One of our creation stories tells us that God made the first human being by blowing the breath of life into dust from the ground.

Lenten Dinner Church is returning this year! Join us for a contemplative, candlelit service over a shared meal each Thursday from March 14 through April 11 from 6:15-7:00pm in the Parlor. Doors open at 6pm.

It's time to sign up for a favorite United Parish tradition, Dinners for 8! These dinners are a chance for us to gather and deepen our connections to one another in small groups of around 8 people.

This Lent we will have a series in worship and in discussion groups about what our faith means to us and how do we express it. This is a wide open inquiry that is looking for no right answers, but really digging into how each one of us understands our faith.

Soul Witness, The Brookline Holocaust Witness Project is screening on Thursday, February 28 at 7pm at the Coolidge Corner movie theater. Soul Witness is a documentary film based on over 80 hours of local holocaust testimonies conducted over 25 years ago.

On Saturday, March 9 from 9:00am-12:30pm, All Saints Parish (1773 Beacon Street, Brookline) invites you to join them for contemplative prayer, journaling, prayer loom, labyrinth and more.

On Tuesday, February 26, 2019, a special session of the United Methodist Church (UMC) decided to strengthen the denomination’s ban on the ordination and marriage of LGBTQIA+ people. The UMC is one of our three denominations.

On Sunday, March 3 after worship, we are hosting Temple Shir Tikva for a vegetarian chili potluck lunch in Willett Hall. Are you willing to bring a pot of chili to share?

Soul Witness, The Brookline Holocaust Witness Project is screening on Thursday, February 28 at 7pm. Soul Witness is a documentary film based on over 80 hours of local holocaust testimonies conducted over 25 years ago.