Program for Sunday, February 27, 2022
Unlike many traditional churches, Nauset Fellowship has never had a pastor in the pulpit. Since its founding in 1979, the fellowship has distinguished itself by having its own membership develop all its programming. Co-founder Bob Seay will describe why and how that process originated and how it has changed over the years. What might we learn from our own history? When does collaboration bring joy to our daily lives? When does it create community? What is the “work” we need to do to broaden our ability to be a resource and succor our neighbors in difficult times? What does the future look like for our evolving congregation? Please join us for this highly interactive program.
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All are welcome. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Meeting platform will open at 9:30 for informal socializing. Program will begin promptly at 10:00.
Bob Seay, Bob Seay is the transportation reporter and former host of Morning Edition for WGBH News. A broadcast journalist for over three decades, Bob worked for WOMR in Provincetown and for more than 15 years as the news and public affairs director at WQRC in Hyannis. Bob will share anecdotes and lead Sunday’s discussion. We especially hope that those who remember the late seventies and early eighties on the Outer Cape will join the meeting to share their stories. We also look forward to hearing the perspectives of those who have more recently joined us through our virtual offerings, sustainability potlucks, or anti-racism reading group.