Service is our mission
Unitarian Universalists believe that we have a responsibility to work for a just, peaceful world. We ask our members and friends to let their actions speak their values concerning compassion, justice, peace and stewardship of the earth
We are a Welcoming Congregation, celebrating diversity and working to ensure that gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgendered people are fully included in our community.
We are a Green Sanctuary certified by the Unitarian Universalist Association. Protecting and preserving the environment is of great importance to our congregation.
The service of members and friends fuels our fellowship. Members volunteer to serve on the board and the committees and to plan and carry out educational and social activities. Members and friends also volunteer to serve the wider community to help make life on the Upper Cape more just, equitable, and sustainable for all people and other creatures with whom we share our environment.
We sell food certificates every Sunday and 5% of the sales go directly to local charities.
ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth is concerned about economic and environmental justice. Rev. Bob Murphy offers the following comments to help our congregation's concerns and its active involvement in community and national programs.
UPPER CAPE COD ALTERNATIVE GIFT MARKET
The UUFF Social Action Committee organized the first Alternative Gift Market in Falmouth in 2007 and since then, has continued to provide leadership for the annual Upper Cape Cod Alternative Gift Market.