Sunday, May 27~ 10:45 a.m. ~ Sanctuary

“Memorial Day and Heroes”

Rev. Linda Simmons


This Memorial Day, our first Sunday in the Sanctuary for the season, join us as Rev. Linda reflects on aspects of the “Hero’s Journey.” What new discourses on heroes are arising that might offer us all more capacity for peace? How are heroes defined differently across cultures, genders, and races? Join us this Sunday as we pay homage to those who have lost their lives in war while seeking a discourse that might keep other lives from being lost.

This Sunday will also include our time honored and beloved traditions of the UU Meeting House Choir singing Tenting Tonight and Richard Loftin playing Taps on his trumpet.


Music with Barbara Elder and The Meeting House Choir

Rev. Linda and Gary with UUA President Susan Fredericks-Gray at the International Conference of Unitarians and Universalists in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Listen below to Rev. Linda’s interview on Nantucket NPR with Arlene O’Reilly

standing on the side of love on church


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Church office hours: Monday – Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Minister’s office hours: Tuesday, 10-12pm and by appointment
Telephone: 508-228-5466 or office@unitarianchurchnantucket.org
Parsonage: 508-680-6498 or revlindasimmons@gmail.com


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