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This religious organization is wholly independent, self-governed, and currently has no relationship with the Unitarian Universalist Association


We focus on providing opportunities to nourish the human spirit, enrich relationships, and do the important work of social justice. We welcome your questions, comments and interest!

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The purpose of the
Fellowship is to apply our values to establish and maintain a loving, welcoming, supportive community that nurtures spiritual and personal growth.​
The Fellowship's larger purpose is to create a better world through information and engagement within the Fellowship and with the wider community.

Upcoming Services

           Stepping into the Unknown
Intrigued? Well we hope so because we had Flint Sparks, Zen Master, back with us to explore stepping into the unknown.

In the past, UU churches in New England closed for summer vacation and then reopened in the fall with an-gathering service featuring a water communion.

Now we know churches need to remain open all year to serve people searching for a spiritual home.

In Philip Larkin’s poem, Water, he suggests all religious services should feature watery imagery, including the most powerful symbol of all – a humble glass of water raised “in the east.”

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"I was drawn to this fellowship by the tradition of open discussion, devotion to equality for all, and the concept of individual thought, expression, and search for meaning as detailed in our Values and Aspirations."

- An OHM Member
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