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Office hours are temporarily suspended. Our Meeting House Administrator, Sue, is working from home. The best way to reach her is at office@unitarianchurchnantucket.org.

 

Please always feel free to call or email our minister, Rev. Linda at    508-680-6498, RevLinda@unitarianchurchnantucket.org.

We are here for you.

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Email the office to request links to any of these events or join our e-news list.

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We meet on Zoom every Sunday at 10:45am. Join us for a 

non-denominational, open-hearted service of love, courage and thoughtfulness.

All are welcome! Click here to view last week's service.

SUNDAY
SERVICE
Birthday Party
Welcome Wednesday

Join us on Wednesday evenings at 7 . These will be zoom social gatherings and will take the place of Fun Fridays for now.   If you haven’t been able to make it to our Fridays perhaps you might be able to join us on a Wednesday evening. …..

Music Sheets
Meeting House Choir

Our music program is headed up by Music Director, Nigel Goss. Our choir continues, virtually!

Click for more information and a few song selections.

Writing
Read last week's Sermon

If you missed a Sunday you can read or listen to Rev. Linda's Reflections by clicking here.  You can also watch a recent service by clicking here.

Morning Coffee
Monday Tea

Join Loretta Middleton and Susan Richards and friends every Monday at 4pm for virtual tea. Come along as we share, listen and enjoy one another's company over tea.

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Crafting Group

Join us as we create crafts, kibitz and share ideas, worries and community. Bring whatever you are working on or receive tips on new projects you have always wanted to take on.

Click to email for information.

Art Class
Citizens of the World Explorers

Every Sunday with our Children's Program Director, Leyah Jensen, children with have the opportunity to explore beliefs and cultures through hands on projects.

This Week's Reflection

Being In Solitude

Guest Speaker: Anthony Cruz
Lay Leader Kat Robinson Grieder
Sunday January 23, 2022

 This sermon seeks to center the significance of solitude in our everyday life. By illuminating the wisdom from history and poetry as vehicles of cultural expression and meaning. 

Anthony Cruz has earned a Masters in Theological Studies from Andover Newton Theological School.  Anthony has spent much of their life traversing between Puerto Rico and the mainland, an experience that influences their understanding of Afro based religions and localized indigenous spirituality.  In addition, this informs their transreligious engagement, whereby they bridge and juxtapose Catholicism, Protestantism, Judaism, Islam, other faiths with a non-theist method that aids in the coexistence, support a democratic spirit and progressive ethos for all. Anthony is an avid reader and tries not to get too engrossed in too many technical texts. When not thinking about theology, culture, and society, or existential questions, they enjoy a strong brew of Café Bustelo with a dash of honey. They are also curious about self-care practices that are not overtly commercialized.

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