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During this time of covid-19, we welcome you virtually and 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, is working from home. The best way to reach her is at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please always feel free to call or email our minister, Rev. Linda at 508-680-6498, RevLinda@unitarianchurchnantucket.org.
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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.
Every other Friday we have fun with BINGO, trivia, movies and other interactive activities. Don't miss this time to laugh and play in community on Zoom!
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.
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.
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
Sunday May 9th, 10:45am
Service Leader: Rev. Linda
This reflection will invite inner exploration to move from a practice of lack and into a state of self-embrace. Informed by decolonial and diasporic perspectives, this message will revitalize care as political power and mode of accounting.
Anthony is an avid reader and tries not to get too engrossed in too many technical texts. When he is not thinking about theology, culture and society, or existential questions, Anthony enjoys a strong brew of Cafe Bustelo coffee with a dash of honey. He is also curious about self-care practices that are not overly commercialized.