Archives: May 2019
The clear highlight of the annual United Parish Strawberry Festival is the shortcake, but a close second is the rummage sale. Spring is a perfect time for some cleaning and there's no better place to donate than to United Parish!
Come join the Building and Grounds Ministry team on Sunday, June 2 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.
Peaceful Garden Mindfulness Practice Group
Tuesdays 7:15-8:45pm in the Lindsay Room
Free (donations appreciated)
Open to all
On Saturday, June 8, all are welcome to join United Parish youth and GreenUP members for a clean-up of one of the Boston area’s most popular beaches, Revere Beach. We will meet at the church parking lot at 10am and carpool to our assigned section of the beach for trash removal.
On Sunday, June 2 we’ll welcome back professional photographer David DelPoio as he works to give us some new, fresh, current photographs of this lively, vibrant church.
Pledge packets for FY20 were given out at church on Sunday, April 28 and the rest were mailed on Wednesday, May 1. If you didn’t receive one, there are extras in the Marion Street lobby or download the forms below. Deadline to turn in your pledge forms is Sunday, May 19 (Consecration Sunday).
On Sunday, June 9, we will hold an all-parish meeting in Willett Hall following the church service. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Join us after worship on Sunday, June 9 in Willett Hall for our spring all-parish meeting and potluck lunch. We will provide pulled pork, slider buns, coleslaw, drinks and desserts. Everyone is encouraged to bring side dishes, but the most important thing to bring is yourself!
The agenda for the June 9 all-parish annual meeting includes proposals to amendment the bylaws. One part of these amendments make changes regarding the church's human resources management. That amendment is here.
On June 15, dancers at more than 158 sites around the world will perform to honor and protect water in a biennial event called Global Water Dances. The performances bring together the geography of a particular place, a call to environmental action, and the creative arts.