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Do you have a child that loves to sing and perform? Join VOICES Boston children’s chorus for our 2019-2020 season! VOICES Boston focuses primarily on singing and music literacy, with an added emphasis on dance technique and drama performance.

On Sunday, September 8, worship will return to the Sanctuary at 11am as we kick off the 2019-2020 program year. We’ll start the year off with an orientation for the Carolers and Youth Choir, Church School Convocation, the Blessing of the Backpacks, and an all-parish cookout on the front lawn.

Growing Grandparents is a place for active grandparents and peers to share ideas and experiences during this special time of life.

During Lent, Thrifty Threads collected men’s ties for Year Up, an organization in Boston helping young men prepare for the workforce.

We appreciate your donations!

We can accept:

Gently-used or new clothing for all ages and sizes

Small household items like: kitchenware, vases, artwork, and books

 

We cannot accept:

Large items like furniture

Our J2A and YAC students are traveling to Rhode Island on July 28 to embark on this year's Pilgrimage trip, a program called The Providence Experience organized by the Rhode Island Conference of the UCC.

On Saturday, June 15, we enjoyed beautiful weather, great music, delicious food, and many smiling faces. Thanks to all the volunteers who helped make the event possible. Special thanks also goes to our wider community who joined us for this special tradition!

We are just days away from the Strawberry Festival! The event is this Saturday, June 15 from 11-3.

-If you plan to deliver items for the rummage sale today or tomorrow, please bring them directly to the Chapel.

The Brookline Food Pantry seeks volunteers to drive a U-Haul (provided by the Pantry) to pick up food donations at the Greater Boston Food Bank (70 South Bay Ave, Boston) and drive it back to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (15 St.

Saturday, June 8 at 11am. Pride Morning Worship is a high-energy, joyous annual service celebrating the LGBTQ community. Rev. Quinn Caldwell will preach, and the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus will sing.

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