This year, our Brookline Interfaith Clergy have offered a 17+minute reflection on “Gratitude as an Act of Resilience and Resistance,” as an alternative to their annual Thanksgiving worship.
Members of the Exalting, Gathering, and Hearts and Hands teams have put together Advent care packages for our congregation.
Each year, we decorate the Sanctuary on the Sunday before Christmas Eve with poinsettias donated by individuals and families honoring or in remembrance of a family member or friend. Even though we cannot gather in person this year, we are continuing this beloved tradition.
Join us in reading and discussing Honest Advent: Awakening to the Wonder of God-with-Us Then, Here, and Now by Scott Erickson. We will hold 4 classes before Christmas and 1 in January (Epiphany).
Once again United Parish will be supporting City Mission's goal to keep Boston children warm! Coat Boston helps ensure Boston children have warm, new winter coats for the city’s cold weather.
We invite you to join us in Advent fellowship on Sunday, November 29 at 9:45am as the Church School families make wreaths at the virtual Wreath Making Party. Church School families can pick up materials for the wreath on Saturday, November 28 from 10am-2pm at the church.
The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization (GBIO) invites clergy and congregation members from houses of faith in the area to join together on Zoom on Thursday, November 5 at 7pm. This will be a place for us to be together in relationship with one another across faith and neighborhoods.
Kent invites everyone to participate in the UnifyAmerica challenge, an opportunity to pair up with someone from the other side of our country’s political divide and learn what we hold in common. He spoke of it in sermons on October 4 and 18.
You are invited to an important Housing Affordability Stakeholders Meeting on Zoom on Sunday, October 18 from 5-6:30pm. This meeting is the next step in achieving Building a Better Brookline’s goal of significantly increasing Housing Affordability in Brookline.