Our ushers are often the first friendly faces that people see when they come to the United Parish. Wouldn’t you like to join in this extravagant welcome? Contact or one of the pastors to find out how to be an usher.

Beginning Friday, September 10, stop by to shop indoors on Fridays from 12-2pm and Saturdays from 12-3pm. Entrance is through the Chapel Ramp door on Marion Street. Masks are required indoors.

UPDATE 9/16/21: Due to the ongoing pandemic, we have decided not to hold a weekend overnight retreat in Rhode Island. However, the Gathering team is planning alternate daytime activities closer to home for that same weekend. More details will be coming soon.


The Hearts and Hands Ministry Team will be holding a food drive for the Brookline Food Pantry on the first Saturday of every month. The next one will be Saturday, August 7 from 10am-2pm at the Chapel ramp door.

20s/30s Holiday Pen Pals - taking place all throughout Advent (November 28-December 24) - Email no later than Sunday, November 21st to express interest in participating

Join us on Friday, November 5 at 8pm on Zoom for our continuing series of First Fridays events. Kate H. has agreed to revive the very successful evening of Games, Puzzlers and Brainteasers. Get ready for some mind-bending, laugh-inducing fun!

We are looking for an additional person to be a regular Sunday Sexton. This is a paid position of $16/hour. Hours are 8am-1pm. The main tasks include making sure the building is ready for worship and other programs, setting up for Coffee Hour, and cleaning up after worship.

The Stretching into Justice Team invites you to support City Mission’s Coat Boston. Since 2009, more than 18,000 elementary school children in Boston have received new coats through City Mission, and United Parish has been participating for almost as many years. This year is no exception!

Our third (and perhaps final, weather-depending) Outdoor Family Worship will be happening on HALLOWEEN! Worship will begin on the Front Lawn at 9:45am, where we'll sing, pray, learn about the story of Esther, and celebrate our own identities together.