United Parish

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A Place For All People

We seek to be an inclusive church, grounded in Christian love, committed to service.
Services Sundays at 10 AM
64 Hancock St Newton MA

News & Events

Recent and upcoming happenings in our community.

Ageless Adventures

Winter doldrums got you down? Plan to join fellow Ageless Adventurers for a Winter Potluck Dinner on Saturday, February 25th. Appetizers/Cocktails    6:00pm-6:45pmPotluck Dinner             6:45pm-8:30pm We hope to see

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Adult Study

Beginning Wednesday February 1st join Cheryl for an Adult Study on “the Secret Chord”. The Secret Chord is a novel about King David by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Geraldine Brooks. We

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2022 Christmas Offering 

Our Christmas offering will go to La Colaborativa . Founded in 1988, La Colaborativa is a steady, trusted, and fearless partner to Latinx immigrants in Greater Boston, with a focus on

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UPA Book Club

The UPA Book Club will be discussing The Cloister, by James Carroll,  Anchor Paperback, 2019, 384 pages, at our Zoom discussion, 10:30 – Noon, on Friday, December 9, 2022. Here is

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Our Ministries

He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God? (Micah 6:8)

Worship & Music

We worship together as a community every Sunday at 10am in-person and online via livestream.​

Children & Youth

Continued growth in the knowledge and love of God is of prime importance to our congregation. Our Christian Education program is available to all who seek to begin or continue their faith journey.​

Service

We are cooks, painters, pumpkin-haulers, teachers, and each of us, in our own unique way, reflect the compassion of Christ!​

This Week at UPA

Join us online via Facebook Live, Zoom, and In-Person.

February 12th Worship

Lessons: Matthew 5:21-37Message: Reconciliation This Sunday we’ll continue our reading of Jesus’ sermon on the mount almost to its end. This is the part that gets tricky, where Jesus uses as examples parts of the original law of Israel given to the people in the book of Exodus and questions its application. We will read about “an eye for an eye” and the laws of divorce and adultery. These are really difficult lessons to read because, by the end of it, we’re all feeling judged and indicted. Not to mention that, from the perspective of our modern western culture, much of what he’s saying

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We are a community that welcomes all people.

Recognizing that the church historically has not always welcomed all persons, we affirm the God-given worth and dignity of every individual as our sister or brother, and we welcome all persons, including those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender to the full life and ministry of the United Parish of Auburndale.

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