Did you miss our Annual July 4th Reading of the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights? You can watch now thanks to NCTV 18.
During this time of covid-19, we welcome you virtually but still heartily and thoughtfully! Join us every Sunday at 10:45am for inspiration and care through music, poetry and meditation and reflection.
Office hours are temporarily suspended. Our office manager, Sue, will be working from home. The best way to reach her is at email@example.com.
Please always feel free to call or email our minister, Rev. Linda at 508-680-6498, RevLindaSimmons@gmail.com.
We are here for you.
See how we are helping
Click to listen to Rev. Linda's Community Comfort Messages or catch them on 89.5 FM!
The Unitarian Universalist Meeting House is having services on zoom every Sunday at 10:45am. Join us for this non-denominational, open hearted service of love, courage and thoughtfulness. All are welcome!
Citizens of the World Explorers
Children and youth with be pleased to join our creative and daring Leyah Jensen who keeps coming up with new ways to stay engaged. Join her on Sundays at 12:00pm for crafts, conversation and creativity!
Friday Night Fun
Every Friday at 7pm, we will be having fun with bingo, trivia, movies, and other interactive activities. Don’t miss this time to laugh and play in community!
Join Susan Richards and friends every Monday at 4pm for virtual tea. Come along us as we share, listen and enjoy one another’s company over tea.
Join Rev. Linda and Gary every Wednesday at 5:30pm for a listening circle and meditation. This is a thoughtful and connective time to be present with one another in a simple way. No experience necessary. All are welcome!
click to email for info
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!
TV, Movie and Book Recommendations
Visit our YouTube Channel
Order of Service & Hymns
For Sunday July 5
This Week's Reflection
Wellness and Service
Rev. Linda Simmons
Listed with all other aspects of balanced mental health is serving others. During the pandemic, this has become harder and harder. We are growing more suspicious of one another, more wary of moving too close, wondering if another could be contagious. This distance is increasing not only awareness of oneself on this earth and of the people we share this earth with, it is increasing understanding of what brings meaning to our lives. Join us this Sunday for a service about connection and meaning in the time of Covid-19.
Sunday, July 5 10:45am