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Upcoming Events & Activities

Jimmy Tingle

A Comedy Performance to Benefit UUMH

Rescheduled to Saturday, October 7th, 7 - 8:30 PM; Doors at 6:30

Fundraiser to Benefit UUMH


“Humor for Humanity” is a one-man show...

Purchase Tickets ($25)  Online Here

If there are any remaining tickets, they will be sold at the door.
Reminder - at the Sunday service, the next day, Jimmy will be back to talk about the inspiration of his humor. We will likely learn more about what makes Jimmy Tingle tick.

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Join us at UUMH Chatham 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.

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Cycles of Life

October 4, from 2 - 4 PM

In the UU Meeting House Sanctuary and also on Zoom.

Join us for this year's lecture series where we, once again, 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 the entire series or individual seminars.


This year, we will also offer the series on Zoom through this link. More detailed Zoom information is available on our calendar on the event day. To visit our calendar of events click here. We hope that you will be able to attend in the Sanctuary or on Zoom.

Completed - September 20: "Caring for the Caregiver" by Mary Mazzer, RN. Many of us find ourselves in caregiving roles during chapters of our lives - for family, friends, and community.  Let's discuss the experience and explore some helpful tools.

Completed - September 27: "Natural Burial Options" by Dawn Walsh, Co-Founder & Executive Director, The Lily House, a community home for living and dying in Wellfleet, MA. Natural burial, also called "green burial," is a return to traditional burial practices that are good for the environment, economically friendly, and community-centered. Join us to learn more.

October 4: “Grief and Grieving” by Judith Felton, Pastoral Associate, St. Christopher’s Church,  Chatham, MA. Part of what makes us human is our unique experiences of love and loss.  During her presentation and discussion, Judith will address the complex and multi-faceted grief journey.  She will address not only the universality of grief but also how grief is unique to each individual.  Judith will explore the concept of grief as a means of honoring those we have loved who are no longer with us, of grief as something to embrace rather than deny.

Gathering at Osprey Point

See you in 2024! Open to all women connected to the Meeting House. Bring your lawn chair and your dinner/ snack/whatever, and join new and old friends. It is a beautiful, peaceful place that we usually have to ourselves. 

Cancelled Due to Anticipated Weather


UUMH Book Club

October 16th at 10:00 AM

October Book: The Music of Bees by Eileen Garvin

The club meets on the third Monday of each month. Each participant chooses a book for the group and then leads the discussion. Over the years, the group has read a wonderful variety of fiction, nonfiction, and memoirs. This exceptional opportunity to get together and enjoy great conversation is a favorite time for all. All are welcome!

For information, contact Mary Parsons:

Some recent books:
The book, Woman of Troublesome Creek, by Kim Michele Richardson, Between Earth and Sky by Amanda Skenandore, Breakfast with Buddha by Roland Merullo, Ordinary Grace by William Krueger, Blue Latitudes by Tony Horwitz, Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, 
The Book of Gutsy Women
by Hillary Clinton

Meditation Group (Zoom)

Weekly on Saturdays at 9:30 AM
“Our body talks to us in Feelings and Sensations. Meditation Practice is taking time out to listen.”

Join our weekly Meditation Group. 
The UU Meditation group meets on Zoom at 9:30 every Saturday morning.

Click on the link below to join the session.  With Zoom, you can tune in from any location!

This link will be used for each Saturday meeting from 9:30 - 10:30 AM. 

Email Nancy Fields with questions:

  • Join Zoom Meeting: HERE

  • Meeting ID: 937 1731 3258

  • Password 040260

"Breathe with Joan" 

Joan Konopka taught so many of us to slow down and savor the moment through meditation. We celebrate her life, her memory, and her spirit within us. Enjoy this 3-minute meditation practice which one of her students and friends, Dana McCoy, captured and shared with us. Click here.


Inspiring thoughts by Joan shared with her many friends and followers, read by the Unitarian Meeting House of Chatham Meditation Group. In Memory of Joan Konopka. Produced by Dana McCoy. Click here.


Small Group Gatherings


Join one of our small groups to build connections and to support and encourage each other in spiritual growth. Groups of 8 – 10 persons meet once or several times a month, morning, afternoon, or evening to encourage sharing and discussion of various topics. Discussion topics have included: right and wrong, humor, racism, fear, friendship, and spirituality. Anyone interested in joining a group may speak with the minister.

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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

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