First Parish in Brookline is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA). Members of this congregation are united in a belief that the human spirit needs tending and the struggle to live a moral and ethical life is transformative and essential.
From September through June, worship is held Sundays at 11 a.m. in our Sanctuary in Brookline at the intersection of Walnut and Warren Streets. Services are deeply theological, musically inspired, and intellectually challenging, and usually are led by our minister, the Rev. Rebecca M. Bryan, or a guest minister.
As for what we stand for, our mission statement says it well:
Called by Love, Sustained By Community, Committed to Justice
We strive to be a welcoming, diverse and loving congregation that nurtures spiritual growth for individuals and families, celebrates multicultural community, and works together to demand social justice, dismantle racism, and care for our living earth.