Join us after worship on Sunday, November 19 in Willett Hall for our all-parish meeting and potluck lunch. We will provide lasagna, garlic bread, and drinks. Last names A-M are encouraged to bring desserts, and N-Z are encouraged to bring side dishes.

Each year, United Parish hosts a free Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day to members of the wider community. Church members donate the food, do the cooking, and volunteer to serve the food to our guests. Everyone is welcome!

The Brookline Food Pantry provides food to families and individuals in Brookline who have trouble affording food and may not be able to feed themselves without this assistance.

Join us on Saturday, November 4 at 2pm in the Parlor for an afternoon of games. Board games, card games - we'll have several going at once. Pick your favorite and join the fun! The event is open to all - and hosted by the 20/30 Vision Group. Bring your favorite game, or just your best game face...

Interested in helping to staff the nursery, or know someone who would be? Our nursery is currently short-staffed and we need more workers to contribute to this vital ministry. Nursery workers are paid hourly, rotate weekly, and staff the nursery 9am-12:30pm on Sunday mornings.

Once again, the 4th and 5th grade Church School class is planning to make pumpkin bread for our Thanksgiving Dinner guests. We will be collecting spare change after worship on Sunday, October 29 and November 5. We will use the change to buy supplies for baking the bread.

It’s time to sign up for the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner we host on Thanksgiving Day. We extend a community-wide invitation to this annual dinner, which brings in around 175 people every year. For many, this is their only chance at a family-style traditional Thanksgiving dinner.

We welcome receiving the names of saints in your lives to print and read aloud in worship.

All are welcome to this panel discussion on the State of Immigrant Rights in Massachusetts sponsored by Brookline Supporting Immigrants and United Parish's End Mass Incarceration group. The evening will include: (1) A ten minute fly-over review of the history of immigration policy in the U.S.

EUREKA! A comprehensive criminal justice reform bill has reached the state Senate floor. At over 100 pages it is difficult to summarize succinctly.