Sept 27, & Oct 4 - Cycles of Life - Series on Life-End Issues
Sept 21 - Nature Meditation w/ Rev. Tracy
Oct 16 - Monday Book Club
Cancelled - Gathering at Osprey Point
Saturday Meditation - Weekly at 9:30 AM
Small Groups - Assorted
Join us on Saturday, October 7th for an evening of laughter and wit with the one and only Jimmy Tingle! Known for his sharp humor and insightful commentary, Jimmy Tingle is a renowned comedian and social commentator who uses his wit to shed light on the pressing issues of our time.
Forest Bathing at Sylvan Gardens, Chatham with
Rev. Tracy Johnson (9/21/23)
Photo by Danielle Jeanloz
Due to weather -
Jimmy Tingle is rescheduled to
Join us for this year's Cycles of Life lecture series where we explore important end-of-life topics. This popular annual lecture series and discussion group is hosted by our Pastoral Care Committee. It is free of charge and open to the public. No reservations are required. You are welcome to attend (or Zoom) the entire series or individual seminars.
Sunday Services begin at 10:30 AM.
Please join us in person or by Zoom.
Sunday, October 1st - "Shelter for the Journey" - Rev. Tracy Johnson
Our Jewish siblings in faith are celebrating Sukkot. Today we will explore the story of this tradition and seek what meaning it has for us in the present.
Greeters: Liz and Dave Van Wye
Sunday, October 8th - "Humor for Humanity" - Jimmy Tingle
Comedian, Jimmy Tingle, joins us in the pulpit after his Saturday show for a more personal take on how humor makes us human.
Sunday, October 15th - "The F Word" - Twinks Hastings
As Unitarian Universalists, we work for justice and to end oppression in so many realms, but there is one thing that we are hesitant to address: our own stigma about body size. Fat-credentialed religious educator Twinks Hastings explores navigating our faith, and world as a fat woman.
Sunday, October 22nd - "The Breath of Our Ancestors" - Rev. Tracy Johnson
Our theme this month is the gift of heritage. Knowing where we have come from is important as a guide to where we are headed as individuals, as a congregation, and as a faith tradition.
Sunday, October 29th - "Inmate Care and Rehabilitation in Barnstable County" - Sheriff Donna Buckley
Sheriff Buckley is dedicated to inmate support and rehabilitation, recognizing that many inmates are addicts or victims of poverty or mental illness. She is dedicated to breaking the cycle of recidivism.
Nurturing inclusive community
Seeking justice and equity
Encouraging free minds and spirits