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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please always feel free to call or email our minister, Rev. Linda at 508-680-6498, RevLindaSimmons@gmail.com.
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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!
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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!
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For Sunday May 31
For Sunday May 31
This Week's Reflection
Lessons from the Battlefield, or How to Keep Our Hearts Open
Rev. Linda Simmons
Soldiers in every conflict have written letters home to mothers, loved ones, children. What can we learn from them and how can we keep our hearts open when they want to close? This sermon will look at how people go on well in times of crisis.
Music with Nigel Goss and Guest Musician Carson Cooman & the UU Meeting House Virtual Choir
Sunday, May 31
Carson Cooman is Composer in Residence at the Memorial Church, Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and organist at the First Unitarian Universalist Society in Newton, Massachusetts. As a composer, his catalog includes more than 1,300 musical compositions in numerous forms. As an organist, Carson specializes in the music of living composers and has given the first performances of more than 300 new works written for him by composers from around the world. A frequent visitor to Nantucket since age four, Carson has been a regular performer in the yearly Columbus Day Organ Crawl and has played the Goodrich Organ for numerous concerts and services at the Meeting House.