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Our Story

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we reflect on the sixty-three years that the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Falmouth has nurtured our community. The Membership Committee will present highlights of UU Falmouth’s history from its founding in 1959 to the present day.

A Strong Foundation

Join us this Sunday as we talk about sharing the great work of building homes with our neighbors in Falmouth, Cape Cod and around the world. Ginny Irving is the Director of Resource Development for Habitat for Humanity of Cape Cod. A Falmouth native, most … read more.

A Community Memorial

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It has been hard to grapple with the losses we have felt over the past 2 1/2 years as a result of the global pandemic. Although we are not through this pandemic yet, we are adjusting to its presence. It is … read more.

The Choice is Yours

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We do not live in a stagnant world, our world is ever shifting and changing. From the ancients to our contemporaries, great thinkers have tried to teach us that change is the only constant in the universe. Change is a universal … read more.

Footstools & Shadows

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Plato’s description of the cave illustrates the philosophical roots of our theology. And yet our theology and the way we see the world is changing.What will influence the way we understand our future; what will help us have new vision? The … read more.

The Courage to Heal

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Scars are funny things. They tell the story of a life lived, but sometimes we can mistake them for shields. We can use them as a way to keep others at bay. Explore the idea of putting down these shields and … read more.

The Path of Courage

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What do we feed ourselves and others? How do we care for ourselves and others with compassion, courage, the superpower of vulnerability, strength and wisdom? As Dr. Brené Brown says: “Vulnerability—the willingness to show up and be seen with no guarantee … read more.

The Courage to be Imperfect

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We place a high value on perfection in our society, in continually working to improve ourselves and our world. We do this so thoroughly, that it is often an automatic impulse. How can we empower ourselves to embrace imperfection?

All Along the Way

Life lessons tend to come to us not all at once, but little by little,day by day. Join Rev. Joe and the Religious Services Committee as we explore some of these lessons and how we use them as we try to become the best versions … read more.