Archives: October 2019

Each year, United Parish hosts a free Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day for members of the wider community. Church members and friends donate the food, do the cooking, and volunteer to serve the food to our guests. Everyone is welcome!

Presentation and Book Signing: An Evening with Dr. Jim O’Connell, President of Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program

United Parish has a tradition of helping feed the hungry through our offering on the first Sunday of the month.

Lend a hand with projects big and small on Sunday, October 20 from 12:30pm-4:30pm. Many hands make light work! We will be doing projects in shifts - come for a couple hours or stay for the day. Contact Bethany L.

Coat Boston was launched by City Mission in 2009, and since then more than 18,000 elementary school children in Boston have received new coats.

Once again, the 3rd-5th graders are planning to make pumpkin bread for our Community Thanksgiving Dinner guests. We will be collecting spare change after worship on Sunday, October 27 and Sunday, November 3. We will use the change to buy supplies for baking the bread.

Brookline-Quezalguaque Sister City Project Educational Forum and Fundraiser: “Sister City in the Age of Trump and Ortega”

Thursday, October 17 at 6:30pm at the Brookline VFW (386 Washington Street).

For the past eight years the Boston University Trombone Choir has performed annually in worship services at the United Parish in Brookline, dazzling us with concert repertoire before and after worship, and elevating our congregational hymns to extraordinary heights!

The Nursery has expanded! With all of the latest additions to the congregation, the United Parish nursery has expanded to make room for a nap room for our littlest members. The room will have cribs, a changing table, and comfortable chairs for breastfeeding/rocking a baby.

Special thanks to Wild Goose Chase for donating their used display pieces to Thrifty Threads. Wild Goose Chase, a popular and thriving gift shop in Coolidge Corner, recently made some upgrades to their store and were kind enough to share some items they didn’t need anymore with Thrifty Threads...