THRIFTY THREADS IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19.
Thrifty Threads is normally open Fridays from 1:00pm to 4:00pm, and Saturday from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
Thrifty Threads, Brookline’s only thrift store, is located inside United Parish and is fully operated by volunteers.
Thrifty Threads has been open and serving the community for over 15 years. The shop is not only a source of income for this church, but is an important ministry serving Brookline and surrounding communities with good quality clothing at very low prices.
Items for sale include second-hand men's and women's clothing, jewelry, shoes and purses. Most items cost less than $10. Proceeds support the United Parish and its outreach and social justice programs.
If you have gently used clothing, jewelry, shoes or purses you would like to donate, please do so during our regular store hours. We appreciate your generosity very much!
We would also love to have you join us in helping customers on a Friday or Saturday during store hours. You do not have to work every week, possibly only once a month and then not the full time. Come join a wonderful group of volunteers, have fun, and maybe find a treasure or two.
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
Used socks or underwear
Whole house clean-outs
Upcoming Thrifty Threads Events
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Thrifty Threads will be holding a sidewalk sale in the Marion Street driveway on Saturday, April 10 from 12:00-2:00pm. Stop by to do some spring shopping! Contact email@example.com.
Palm Sunday Sunday, March 28
11am Worship on YouTube. Watch at youtube.com/UnitedParishinBrookline
2:00-3:30pm Palm Sunday Promenade and Palm Pickup under the Steeple
Maundy Thursday Thursday, April 1
6:45pm Guided Foot and Hand Washing Ritual on Zoom.
Prepare a basin of water and/or wash cloth and towel and re-enact this loving, serving act of Jesus to his disciples (recounted in John 13). You can choose whether to wash your own hands or feet and/or do it for others who join you at home.
7pm Worship and Communion on Zoom
Prepare communion at home (wine & bread, juice & crackers, tea & scones, milk & cookies, whatever works for you). We will remember Jesus' last gathering with his disciples and share this holy meal in small groups, just as we do in our Sanctuary.
Find the Zoom details in the weekly newsletter. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to join our mailing list.
Good Friday Friday, April 2
7pm Tenebrae Worship on YouTube.
We commemorate the darkest night of the liturgical year, as we reflect on the seven last words of Jesus during his execution, with contemporary and historical images of the ways we travel these stations in everyday life. This is a powerful, moving, and provocative worship experience.
Watch at youtube.com/unitedparishinbrookline
Holy Saturday, April 3
10am-2pm Food Drive for the Brookline Food Pantry at the Chapel Ramp Door
10am-12pm Preschool/Kindergarten Easter Egg Hunt in Memorial Park
1pm-3pm Children's Clothing Drive at the Chapel Ramp Door
4pm-5pm Church School Easter Egg Decorating Workshop on Zoom
Easter Sunday, April 4
11am Festival Worship on YouTube. Join us for the joy of Resurrection Day with virtual worship on our YouTube page, followed by Zoom Coffee Hour. We will send out a reminder and link on Easter morning. Watch at youtube.com/UnitedParishinBrookline
12pm Coffee Hour on Zoom. Check your email for the details.
1-3pm Easter Flowers Available for Pick-Up on the Front Lawn.
Thrifty Threads is hosting a clothing drive on Saturday, March 27 from 1-3pm and Saturday, April 3 from 1-3pm at the Chapel ramp door. They will be collecting infant to teen clothing. Take some time to do some spring cleaning and share what your children have grown out of! We have many requests for kids clothing that we are hoping to be able to meet. Contact email@example.com.