Arlington Street Church, Unitarian Universalist. Gathered in Love and Service for Justice and Peace. 351 Boylston Street, Boston, MA

Congregational Events & Announcements

Summer Meditation

Tuesdays, July 25th, & August 8th & 22nd ~ 7:00 pm

While the Arlington Street Zen Center is on summer recess, Martha Weiss has generously offered her office for Buddhist meditation on the second and fourth summer Tuesdays. Martha's office is located on Marlborough Street, a short distance from ASC. If you are interested, please contact her through Jeffrey Bouchard in the church office at All are welcome!

Summer Seminary is Coming to Arlington Street!

Sunday, July 30th ~ 11:00 am, Sanctuary

Mark your calendars for a special service by Summer Seminary students on July 30th! High school aged youth from across the country are convening in Boston to discern their call to ministry in all its forms. We welcome them to our congregation and join them in exploring the theme Giving Life the Shape of Justice. At Summer Seminary, students will learn with local religious professionals at Harvard Divinity School, Arlington Street Church, and the Unitarian Universalist Association's Headquarters.

Buddha's Belly Summer Read

Everyone is invited to join the members of Buddha's Belly, Arlington Street's Buddhist book group, in reading Sharon Salzberg's Real Love: The Art of Mindful Connection (release date: June 6th). Sharon is a beloved teacher and the co-founder of Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts. Real Love is a creative tool kit of mindfulness exercises and meditation techniques to help deepen our capacity to love and be loved. From 6:00-7:00 on Tuesday evening, September 12th, we'll gather in the Hunnewell Chapel to discuss Real Love. All are welcome!

Intersectional Book Discussion

Monday, September 18th ~ 6:00 - 7:30 pm, Frothingham Library

Join Rev. Kim for the third in our series of occasional discussions about books with intersectional themes. For this gathering, we'll be reading Beyond Ramps: Disability at the End of the Social Contract by Marta Russell. All are welcome!

Parking Spaces in Alley - No Parking 24/7

The Finance Team has started to rent additional parking spaces to help generate additional income for the church. As a result, parking spaces will no longer be available for week night activities. Fortunately there are several low cost options nearby including 10 St. James, the Common Garage (ask about coupon books at their office) and along Arlington Street after 7pm.