Sunday Programs

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PROGRAMS START AT 10:00 AM 

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May, 2022

May 22 – Julie & Denya: A Sunday Morning Concert (Live in the Chapel)

May 15 –  “Doing the Steps”: Edward Gorey’s Fascination with Dance (Live in the Chapel)

May 8 – There will not be a service this week because the church is having a retreat

May 1 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


April 24 –  “Black Art Matters” with Robin and James Miller

April 17  – Spring Storytelling Circle out back the Chapel in the Pines

April 10 – Reporting from the Frontiers of Climate Change and Conservation: A Journalist’s Perspective by David Abel

April 3 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


 March 27 – “Question Authority: The Radical Life and Times of Jessica Mitford” with Carla Kaplan

March 20 – Lee Roscoe and Janet Robertson present “Water Spirits Colloquy

March 13 – “Green Eternal Growth” with Madhavi Venkatesan

March 6 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


February 27 – “This Church Follows No Creed” with Bob Seay

February 20 – “Simply Perfect for Times Like These” with Pancheta Peterson

February 13 – What about the Water? “Emerging Concerns about Pilgrim Nuclear’s Decommissioning Process” with Diane Turco

February 6 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


January 30 – Reporting from the Frontiers of Climate Change and Conservation: A Journalist’s Perspective by David Abel

January 23 – “Coming to America . . . from Afghanistan” with Marianne Boswell

January 16 – “Winter Birds of Cape Cod” with Mark Faherty

January 9 – “Sacred Songs and Country Blues” with Andy Cohen

January 2 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


December 26 – “Open House” at the Chapel. To minimize infection risks, this will be limited to members of the church. Face masks are required.

December 19 –  “A Christmas Memory” –  based on a short story by Truman Capote

December 12 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)

December 5Singer/Songwriter David Roth in Concert


November 28 – “The Zion Union Heritage Museum” with John Reed

November  21 – “It’s Complicated” with K. David Weidner

November 14 –  “Reparations Would be Necessary for a Great Many Reasons” with gkisedtanamook

November 7 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


October 31 – “Outer Cape Cemeteries: The Stories They Tell” with Amy Whorf McGuiggan

October 24 – “The Quest for Cod” with Mary Everett-Patriquin

October 17 – “Your Local Land Trust in Action” with Joanna Buffington 

October 10 – “Mashpee Wampanoag Today” with Brian Weeden

October 3 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


September 26 –  “Beginnings of the Provincetown Players” with Bob Seay

September 19 – “Ellen LeBow Turns Her Gaze on (her) Haiti” with Ellen LeBow

September 12 – Informal meeting in the churchyard.

September 5 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting


August 29 – “Preserve, Restore and Explore with Harwich Conservation Trust” with Michael Lach

August 22 – “Wellfleet’s Last Indian? Delilah Gibbs and her Contemporaries” with Sheryl Jaffe

August 15 – “Drawn into the Scene” – painting with Amy Sanders

August 8 – After the Apocalypse with Andrew Bacevich

August 1 – Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)


July 2021

July 4 – There will be no service or church meeting on this date.

July 11 – Shipwrecks of Cape Cod: Stories of Tragedy and Triumph with Don Wilding

July 18 – Unitarian Universalism: Moving into the Future with Pat O’Brien and Karen Dattilo

July 25 – Fear, then Connection: Provincetown’s Response to the AIDS Epidemic with Scott Penn, John Braden, and Stephen Kovacev. 


June 2021

June 6    –  Monthly Community/Business Meeting (Non-members wishing to attend should email info@nfuu.org for meeting link and materials.)

Jun 13 –   Native Plants of Cape Cod with Kristin Andres

June 23 –  Pressing on in Alzheimer’s from out on Pluto with Greg O’Brien

June 27 – Growing Vegetables and Farming on Cape Cod with Gretel Norgeot (re-scheduled from April)