Our Vision: A vibrant liberal religious community seeking to improve the world through justice, love, and truth.

A Different Kind of Church

Unitarian Universalists do not advocate a fixed set of beliefs about God or life before or after death although as individuals we may have such beliefs.

Instead, we are united by our seven principles and the conviction that it is what we do and how we live our lives that matters most. We value members, children and friends at the center of our religious community. We celebrate kindness, reason, and diversity in beliefs, abilities, race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation and economic situation.

Learn more about Unitarian Universalism by watching this video "Voices of a Liberal Faith." We are about community and helping make the world we live in the best it can be. We are a welcoming congregation* and a green sanctuary* These words have special meaning for us.

Welcoming congregations have completed a study program and voted to be fully inclusive of gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered people. 

Green Sanctuary congregations are committed to being good stewards of the earth. Learn about this Unitarian Universalist program at UUA Green Sanctuary Program

Some Fellowship Facts:

Size: 223 members and 39 friends and growing.


1959 Founded 

1963-1991 rented space at West Falmouth Quaker Meeting house

1991 Moved to New Alchemy 

1994 - Called first full time Minister Reverend Nash

1995 - 1996 built and moved into our own meetinghouse 

2000 - Called second full time Minister Reverend Murphy

2009 celebrated our 50th anniversary 

2016 - Current Minister Interim Reverend Dr. Laurel Hallman


  • Sunday Services 10 am to 11 am             
  • Sunday school and nursery care       
  • Youth group                                    
  • Small group ministries                     
  • Adult education on Wednesday        
  •  Social Action                                   
  • Music and visual arts programs.

Social Activities: Men's breakfast every Thursday; soup & conversation every Thursday at noon; walking or kayaking every Tuesday; ladies lunch and women's book club every month; circle suppers at intervals all year.

Type of Organization: We could say we are a church but we prefer to be called a Fellowship ~ more independent and definitely less formal.

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