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

United Parish has a tradition of helping feed the hungry through our offering on the first Sunday of the month.

Special thanks to Wild Goose Chase for donating their used display pieces to Thrifty Threads. Wild Goose Chase, a popular and thriving gift shop in Coolidge Corner, recently made some upgrades to their store and were kind enough to share some items they didn’t need anymore with Thrifty Threads...

Interested in knitting a prayer shawl? If so, the Hearts and Hands team has a supply of yarn available for this purpose. Contact upheartsandhands@gmail.com to make arrangements to pick it up. Need an easy pattern?

All women are invited to join this monthly book group. Each month they focus on a different book relating to Islam, Christianity or Judaism. They meet at 1731 Beacon Street, next to Star Market. For more information, call the Church Office at 617-277-6860.

We encourage everyone to try having a prayer partner for this Lenten season. You may think that you are not that spiritual, or that you don't know how to pray, or even if you do, you don't want to share that with someone else, that it's private. That's ok. Just give it a try.

The Brookline For Everyone group invites members of United Parish to the next interfaith Organizing for Housing Justice meeting on Tuesday, March 10 at 7:30pm at Temple Sinai (50 Sewall Ave, Brookline).

Every year, the 20s/30s go on a retreat, typically to Maine or Cape Cod, somewhere within a couple hours driving. We hang out, watch movies, play games, eat food, explore the area, discuss our faith, and bond.

Please join us for a Fat Sunday Mardi Gras pancake dinner on Sunday, February 23 at 5pm in the Parlor! Come kick off your Lenten season with fun, fellowship, and a delicious pancake dinner. Contact gathering@upbrookline.org.

Did you know that The Baptist Church in Brookline was founded in 1828!? Each of our churches has an extended history here in Brookline, but the United Parish was formed by our three churches 50 years ago.

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