A Celebration of the Earth

Celebrate Earth Day Sunday with us! Kitty Hendricks-Miller, the Indian Education Director for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, will play the cedar flute, lead us in prayer, plus share stories, songs, and insights into Wampanoag history, traditional arts, and ways of life. Share the Plate – STP on April 21 will be collected for Farming Falmouth.

Solomon’s Story, Ministry, and Journey to Harvard Divinity School

Pastor Solomon will explain how our stories can provide lenses that we can use to see God’s presence or absence in our lives. When we put our stories into proper perspective, they help us better appreciate other humans. Our stories are a powerful tool that we can use to drive revolutionary change in our communities. […]

Easter: The Life-giving Spirit

At our Christmas Eve candlelight service, Daniel Mark Welch described Christmas as part 2 of a trilogy.  Today, at Easter, we arrive at part 3, the dramatic conclusion to the story: with Jesus no longer among them, his followers begin to see the life-giving spirit in each other. This  service will include the pledge drive […]

Starting Point

The Membership Committee will introduce a new program from the UUA called “Starting Point” in an interactive format. Created for members, friends and visitors, it will provide an experience of Unitarian Universalism, not just information about its history and the seven principles. This promises to bring new life to UU theology as a way of […]

Women Empowerment

WE CAN is a Cape-based non-profit organization that empowers and supports women to build pathways to stability and self-sufficiency. As March is National Women’s History Month, Lisa will speak about the work of WE CAN and the women it serves. Before joining WE CAN, Lisa served as Director of Community Benefits and Grant Administration at […]

Building a Bright Future in Cloudy Weather

This is the kickoff Sunday for our annual Pledge Drive. The Pledge Drive Leadership Team will be leading the service.  As The UU Fellowship of Falmouth undertakes its annual commitment campaign, Rev. Tom Schade will talk about the present moment in history and the work of faith communities today. “Bring an umbrella and wear your […]

Resisting Tyranny

The Skinner Award criteria includes: grasp of the subject, religious depth, originality, conviction, and understanding of other perspectives. You can view it here: . Rev. Jim Foti is a UU minister focusing on short-term ministries in the Upper Midwest; he serves as a Congregational Life adjunct with the UUA’s MidAmerica Region. Rev. Jim is […]

Faith and HOPE—Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences

Children’s brains respond to their experiences in long-lasting ways. experiences translate into brain structure changes, seen with advanced imaging. Children need strong relationships—safe, supportive environments; to be engaged with family and community; and to have emotional growth opportunities. This talk will explore how human development builds on faith practices: being in loving community, engagement in […]

Come Join in Song!

Come join in singing our favorite hymns to nurture our minds and spirits in thanksgiving, commitment, faith, hope and joy. You do not have to be all that good at it—there is always strength in numbers when we all sing together. We will make a joyful sound!

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