United Parish of Brookline

United Parish of Brookline
United Parish of Brookline is listed in the Churches Nondenominational category in Brookline, Massachusetts. Displayed below is the only current social network for United Parish of Brookline which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of United Parish of Brookline on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

Contact information for United Parish of Brookline is:
210 Harvard St
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 277-6860

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United Parish of Brookline has an overall ZapScore of 65. This means that United Parish of Brookline has a higher ZapScore than 65% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Brookline, Massachusetts is 32 and in the category is 42. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Hearts and Hands is selling its Sears Kenmore 6.5 cu. ft. Upright Freezer. Dimensions: Width: 22”; Depth: 24”; Height: 56.7”. In perfect condition; $100 or best offer. Proceeds to benefit the United Parish Emergency Fund. Contact office@upbrookline.org

Our first book group discussing Born on Third Base by Chuck Collins met last night! You can join the conversation at the next group on Sunday, July 30, after worship. Bring your own lunch and join us in the Deepening Room, 11:30am-1:00pm. And get ready for Chuck Collins to continue the discussion in worship with us on August 20.

This week, join the folks of 20/30 Vision at Shakespeare on the Common hosted by Commonwealth Shakespeare Company. The play is Romeo and Juliet. Meet at Boston Common on Thursday, July 27 at 7:00 PM.

FROM THE PASTORS' BLOG Walking with God "There’s a siren outside, the air conditioner is running, I have West Wing re-runs streaming on a background window on my laptop as I work on building a spreadsheet, and my leg is covered in mosquito bites from an ill-advised evening walk along the river. There’s a lot going on. But isn’t there always a lot going on? Every day, every situation, every moment can feel like the culmination of a multitude of sensory input, emotional labor, mental tasks, fires to put out, futures to look toward, and so on. What happens when we turn the dial down, take a deep breath, and take a simpler look? What do we notice? I’m hearing the sound of people who dedicate their lives to saving others, I’m benefitting from incredible feats of human ingenuity, both technological and artistic, and as I scratch my incredibly itchy leg, I’m reminded of my place in the eco-system, the circle of life. What had been a chaotic scene of distraction and frustration and worry is transformed into a scene of gratitude, awe, and humility. I was so distracted by feeling this moment as ‘chaotic’ that it never occurred to me to feel this moment as a blessing, plain and simple. Luke’s Gospel tells us a similar story, of two travelers on the road to Emmaus, who only realize once they’ve stopped to take a moment to rest, and eat, and pray, that they are in Christ’s presence. “Were not our hearts burning within us while he was talking to us on the road,” they ask themselves. Sometimes, maybe we need to take a moment, to approach our situation with clearer eyes, in order to notice that our hearts are burning within us, that Christ is in our midst. This week we’ll hear from Hannah Brents about walking with God as she shares her story of pilgrimage on the Camino in Spain and her experiences embracing simplicity with us. Come to worship at 10am this Sunday in Willett Hall to journey together and share in the same meal that opened the travelers' eyes to Christ's presence among them. Peace, Amy"

Thrifty Threads has kicked off its summer season and needs your help to keep servicing the community over the warmer months! Please consider spending a few hours - you can be part of helping customers find a great outfit, provide affordable options, recycle clothing with a 'keep it green' clothing option, and give yourself a space for your spiritual life to grow. To learn more or to help out on a Friday (1-4 PM) or Saturday (12-4 PM), please contact: thriftythreads@upbrookline.org or sign up during coffee hour on Sunday.