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Sunday Services begin at 10:30 AM. Please join us in person or by Zoom.

Sunday, October 2nd - "What does being worthy mean?" - The Rev. Francis Fornaro
What does being worthy mean? How do we acknowledge our worthiness? Can we ever become unworthy?
Greeters: Barb/ Beth

2015 Rev. Francis Fornaro has been named interim president and dean of Episcopal Divinity School (EDS) in Cambridge. Fornaro brings two decades of experience as an ordained leader in the Episcopal Church and former administrator in the Boston Public Schools. He holds a B.S. degree in education, an M.Ed. in administration, and a Master of Divinity from EDS.
“I am honored to be called to serve an institution that has done so much to prepare me for a career in ministry and look forward to working with students, faculty, and supporters of EDS as together we help our school fulfill its purpose of preparing leaders for Christ’s church and the world.”

Sunday, October 9th - "Sovereignty" - Rev. Tracy Johnson
On this Indigenous People's Day, we will consider what sovereignty means to Indigenous people in the US.  What is our role in breathing life into this vision?
Greeters: Liz/ Dave

Sunday, October 2nd - "What does being worthy mean?" - The Rev. Francis Fornaro
What does being worthy mean? How do we acknowledge our worthiness? Can we ever become unworthy?
Greeters: Barb/ Beth
Following two decades as an ordained leader in the Episcopal Church, Rev Fornaro served as president and dean of Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge. He holds a B.S. degree in education, an M.Ed. in administration, and a Master of Divinity from EDS.


Sunday, October 9th - "Sovereignty" - Rev. Tracy Johnson
On this Indigenous People's Day, we will consider what sovereignty means to Indigenous people in the US. What is our role in breathing life into this vision?
Greeters: Liz/ Dave


Sunday, October 16th - "Take Heart" - Rev. Tracy Johnson
Our Soul Matters theme this month is courage, a word rooted in the heart.  How can we wrap our hearts around the many ways we are asked to be courageous these days?
Greeters: Joan K./ Bonnie


Sunday, October 23 - "A Portable Sanctuary" - Rev. D L Helfer
Today we harken back to early Judaism to consider what sanctuary is, where we find it, and how, even, we carry it with us.
Greeters: Kathy/ Joan C.

Rev DL Helfer is non-binary, and in general, avoids boxes that trap them into “this” or “that.” Instead, they search for possibility, for deeper truths, and share those glimmers of possibility with others. Rev. DL is presently pursuing a Master of Social Work and serving as a hospital chaplain. They hail from Southern California but now call Providence, RI home. They share that home with their beloved partner and their 20-year-old cat. 

Sunday, October 30 - "Wampanoag Art for the Ages" - Lee Roscoe
Lee Roscoe of Brewster, an author, poet, playwright, and actress, will speak about her new book Wampanoag Art For the Ages.
Greeters: Deb/ Joe

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​Unitarian Universalist

Meeting House of Chatham
Sunday Services  10:30 AM

819 Main Street
All MAIL To: PO Box 18​​
Chatham, MA 02633
(508) 945-2075.

Serving our Cape Cod Community in Chatham since 1986