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Upcoming Events & Activities

Annual Meeting on Sunday, June 18

(Immediately Following the Service)

To join the meeting on June 18, please do so by attending in person at the UU Meeting House or on Zoom, the same link we use for Sunday Services. All are invited to attend the annual meeting and only members of UUMH are permitted to vote. We look forward to your participation in this important annual meeting.

Click on the buttons below to access meeting agenda and reports:

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Gathering on Osprey Point

Monday, June 19 at 5 PM


Open to all women connected to the Meeting House. We meet at Osprey Point once a month on Monday evenings at 5 PM for an hour or so. Bring your lawn chair, your dinner/snack/whatever, and join new and long-time friends. It is a beautiful, peaceful place that we usually have to ourselves.


Call Sue Bauer for more information. Sue will send out a reminder email a few days ahead, so it would be good to email her that you plan to attend. Email:

Note - Osprey Point will be found on no map or through any Google search. That’s because we named it – for obvious reasons, as you will see. Directions: Forest Beach Road off Route 28 in South Chatham. Go .4 miles to a left turn on Bay View. Straight ahead and up a short hill. And there you are.

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Third Monday Book Club

Monday, June 19 at 10 AM


Third Monday Book Club
June 19th at 10 AM
Book to discuss: The Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd.
Contact Mary Parsons with questions.  Email:

Historic UU Figures on the Lawn, July 4

There will be some special people visiting the front lawn of the Unitarian Meeting House at 819 Main Street on the 4th of July this year. Come listen to Pete Seeger sing, Beatrix Potter talk about her life and others. Find out what they were thinking and why.
Meet some contemporary people with similar insights and opinions.

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Lecture and Discussion - July 5 at 5:30 - 6:45 PM

The Promise of Democracy vs Religious Intolerance

by Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush,

President & CEO of the Interfaith Alliance

Continue your July 4th celebrations on July 5th and join Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush for a lecture on the history of religious freedom in America and the current threat that White Christian Nationalist ideology poses to our cherished democracy. Rev. Raushenbush is President of the national organization Interfaith Alliance, a Baptist minister, and a lifelong Chatham summer resident. This special program will be moderated by critically acclaimed, best-selling author, Anne D. LeClaire.

**Reservations in advance are required for this free event** You will receive a confirmation notice by email.

For in-person reservations for this live event at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House in Chatham click here:

For reservations to attend this event via Zoom click here:

A free-will donation to benefit the Interfaith Alliance Foundation is encouraged. 

More information about Interfaith Alliance

is available here.  

If you have any questions, please email us by clicking here.

We look forward to your participation!


UUMH Book Club - 3rd Monday of Each Month

Ongoing, except for July & August, the club meets on the third Monday of each month (except July and August). 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

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 with Joan Konopka as the facilitator. It may be noted that Joan’s meditation is not only for 2-legged adults…. 4-legged Charley has not missed an opportunity to hop up in front of the computer onto Gail's lap and sit through Joan’s calming voice. A++ for attendance and focusing!

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


Gail Tilton and Charley


​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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