Service most Sundays will be held outside at our UU Falmouth Meeting House! If we can’t meet because of bad weather, Members and Friends will be notified by email on Saturday. The Service will also be offered on Zoom at the regular login. Coffee Hour will take place after the service in person and on Zoom. Check this month’s Sandscript, listed on the Communications page, for specifics.

To Join via Zoom email admin@uuffm.org for info Tuesdays – Fridays 9 – 2.

We want to be your spiritual home.

All who support our Seven Principles are welcome to join UU Falmouth. Whether you are attending the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth (UUFF) as a member or as a friend, we are glad to have you share in our community and participate in our programs.

Members may participate fully in any and all of the Fellowship’s meetings and activities. Members vote on the affairs of the congregation such as elections and budget adoptions. They can also serve leadership roles as officers, directors, and chairs of committees and activities. Members are asked to make a commitment to help support the UU Falmouth financially or otherwise.

Friends are connected to our Fellowship through interest, relationships, or just curiosity about our congregation and/or Unitarian Universalism. Friends are treated as members in every way but these: You must be a member to vote on the affairs of the congregation or to serve as a church officer or committee chair. As a Friend, you may participate in every other way. We hope you will want to join when you are ready. Friends are also invited to contribute to the financial support of UU Falmouth.

Become a member whenever you are ready to make a commitment to our values and principles in covenant with this congregation by speaking with the minister. We recommend that you participate in our Exploring UU program either before you join or soon after.

Exploring UU This two-session program is offered twice a year and is recommended for new members, friends and others who seek to learn more about our Fellowship and to gain a deeper understanding of Unitarian Universalism.