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Each year, we decorate the Sanctuary on the Sunday before Christmas Eve with poinsettias donated by individuals and families honoring or in remembrance of a family member or friend.

To observe Transgender Day of Remembrance, we are flying a pink, blue and white trans pride flag on our front lawn.

Our annual Advent Wreath Workshop will now be happening after worship on November 28 (around 12pm), on the front lawn! All ages are welcome to join us for advent-wreath-making, fellowship, and merriment!

Join us on Friday, December 3 at 6pm on the front lawn for December’s First Fridays fellowship event. For the second year in a row, we are getting a Christmas tree for the front lawn. Children and youth are invited to help decorate the tree.

Our Multimedia Producer Teaira Perry is looking for volunteers in the congregation to join the tech team to assist with the livestream of worship on Sunday mornings on an occasional or regular basis. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in media or technology.

Hearts and Hands is looking for 6-8 people who can drive a church member who lives in Jamaica Plain to/from church on a rotating basis.

United Parish has formed an ad-hoc, one-year provisional Financial Planning Team to create a long-range plan for the overall fiscal health of our community.

On Sunday, November 7, we will commemorate All Saints Day. We welcome receiving the names of saints in your lives (loved ones, family, friends, mentors) to print in the bulletin and read aloud in worship.

Growing Grandparents begins discussion of the book Games Grandmas* Play by Joan Jacobs when we meet on Zoom on Wednesday, October 20 at 10am.

On Sunday, October 31, the United Parish in Brookline ​launched a brand new racial justice initiative centered on the musical legacy of enslaved African Americans. We will begin the practice of collecting "royalties" ​for the African American, or “Negro,” Spirituals we sing in worship.

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