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Did you know that attending Adult Drop-in Bible Study makes you smarter than the average bear? That's because you get a sneak peek at the scripture for the day and you will have a heads-up on the sermon. What could be better than that?

The 20s/30s and the youth are getting together on Sunday, August 11 at 5pm for a send-off for one our members/friends who is moving away for grad school. The dinner will be held off-site and it’s a Middle Eastern-themed potluck. Vegan options appreciated.

The United Church of Christ (UCC) is creating a new "Manual on Church" (sort of a complement to the "Manual on Ministry," but for congregations), and they are in the very preliminary stages of determining the scope and function...

For summer worship, we do things a little differently. Like most of New England, our worship attendance goes down and the building gets warmer. We slip into summer mode and ease into a different rhythm. We keep it cool and more informal.

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).

We are proud to introduce to you United Parish’s new member portal called Realm.

This winter we began strategizing about ways to explore formalizing our relationship with the Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO).

It’s time to sign up for the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner that 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.

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