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We are sad to report that on Thursday, August 25, someone burned and destroyed the Transgender pride flag on our front lawn. We have reported this to Brookline Police.

Each Sunday, we affirm on our worship order that:

Pop-Up Backyard Hymn Sing
All are welcome!
When: this Sunday, July 17 at 5:30-8pm
Where: Jen B's backyard!

Of the many ways that people can make regular contributions to the ministries of United Parish, monthly or weekly online giving is one that is becoming more common. The start of the new church fiscal year (July 1) is a good time for you to think about starting or reviewing online giving.

There are Kenyan handbags located in Thrifty Threads that are for sale ($20, $30 and $40). All proceeds will go to Dhansa Maweni School to support the tireless work of Celestine and her staff who teach 70+ pre-K students from the poorest parts of Mtwapa, Kenya.

Worship will start at 10am from June 19-September 4. While the COVID community level is high, we will continue to worship in the Sanctuary since it has the best ventilation. If/when numbers go down, we will make a plan to relocate downstairs to Willett Hall.

This year, our Team raised a total of $9,670. This figure includes:

**SIGN-UPS HAVE CLOSED**

If you'd like a pre-cooked meal, you can find a list of other locations HERE.

Growing Grandparents is turning to Young Adult fiction, books about pre-teens and grandparents. The current book of focus is Caterpillar Summer by Gillian McDunn, but who knows where the conversation will go?!

The fall series will start with a building tour on October 23. Join us after worship in the Marion Street Lobby (outside the church office) for a tour of the building (about 30 minutes) and to learn a little more about our ministries and where they take place.

On Saturday, September 17 at 12pm, all are invited to meet on the church lawn for a community sing-along with Susan DeSelms, Emily Reed, the Handel + Haydn Youth Choruses and families, and the United Parish Church family....

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