The UUFF Meetinghouse is a very active place throughout the week.  The goings-on include committee meetings, volunteers supporting our Fellowship, and Adult Activities that offer a chance to relax and connect with others in the congregation.  All members and friends are encouraged to Jump In and get to know other members of our community.  Our network of activities and efforts makes us who we are.
Adult Programs
ART EXHIBITS are organized by a few of the artists in our Fellowship throughout the year inviting local artists to hang their artwork in the Meetinghouse Lobby.

CHOIR:Rehearses Monday evenings; sings at 3 services a month and twice a month in summer.

FELLOWSHIP GROUPS: participants learn more about others and themselves by sharing and discussing personal understandings about spirituality, Unitarian Universalism, and major life transitions and experiences; a great way to make connections and deepen friendships; groups form three times a year; meet every other week or evenings at the Meetinghouse.

4 Bs BOOK BUNCH is a lunchtime book group; meets in a member’s home once a month; a member describes a book she/he has read; discussion follows; bring your own lunch; host provides beverages and dessert.

EXPLORING UU: is a 3 session program for newcomers and others interested in learning more about our Fellowship and Unitarian Universalism; scheduled to meet after Sunday services in the fall and again in the spring

KAYAKING Meets on Tuesday mornings from June through September, weather permitting, at various locations on the Upper Cape.

LADIES LUNCHEON meets the 2nd Thursday of each month at a local restaurant for conversation and good company.

MAH JONGG meets weekly at 1:00 on Tuesdays at the Meetinghouse to play Mah Jongg.; new players welcome; a fun way to learn how to play Mah Jongg.

MEN’S BREAKFAST meets weekly on Thursday mornings at 8:15 for breakfast and conversation at the Meetinghouse.

PARENTS (PLUS) SOCIAL meets the 3rd Friday of the month at 6:00 at the Meetinghouse; parents, children and other adults gather for pizza and conversation; after supper, the “other adults” volunteer to provide childcare while the parents socialize; a great way for different generations to connect.


Meetinghouse Connections:  Karen Zimmerman

Buildings & Grounds:  David Dimmick and Phil Zimmerman

Caring:  Marion Flurkey

Communications:  Joanie Thompson

Green Sanctuary Environmental Action Team:  Lew Stern

Finance:  Ellen Todd

Membership:  Carolyn Powers

Music:  Susan Brooks

Religious Services:  Julie DeSorgher

Social Action: Chris Wheeler

Stewardship:  John Jackson

Welcoming Congregation:  Judy LeBeau

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Teams:

Office Volunteers

Sunday Morning Volunteers:

  • Audio-Visual Team
  • Coffee Teams
  • Greeter Shepherds