Join us tonight for the discussion of the book. Find zoom link on the home page.
For all our cherished members…You are invited and encouraged to attend the Annual Meeting of Unity on Cape Cod. In person and online.
Hear the annual report from President of the board, Michael O’Connell.
Receive the annual treasurer’s report from Len Klein.
Vote on the recent bylaws update.
Welcome back the Board members for 2022.
Join Rev. Tony in our vision for this upcoming year and beyond.
What would happen if we called on God for help and God actually appeared? In Mitch Albom’s profound new novel of hope and faith, a group of shipwrecked passengers pull a strange man from the sea. He claims to be “the Lord.” And he says he can only save them if they all believe in him. Find Zoom link on Home page.
Our March book will be “The Delight of Being Ordinary” by Roland Merullo, author of “Breakfast with Buddha” and many other books enjoyed by the Book Club. This book is about a fictitious road trip with the Pope and the Dalai Lama. There are copies in the Cape Cod libraries and through Amazon. Find the zoom link on Home page.
Bells Neck conservation area in Harwich
Sun 27 @ 1:30 pm
A new trail for those of us at Unity who have been walking in the spirit for the past two years.
We will meet at 1:30 pm. at: 216 Bells Neck Rd #256 Harwich MA 02645.
With Stephanie Elli. Wild Care’s Executive Director has been fortunate to have visited the Galápagos Islands twice on a National Geographic Lindlad Voyage. Join Stephanie through a vivid photographic presentation of the eastern Galápagos Islands. Learn why the unique flora, fauna, and fragile ecosystems of the Galápagos are a must see for all wildlife enthusiasts and why they deserve our protection for generations to come.
Relating his experiences caring for endangered whales, a veterinarian and marine scientist shows we can all share in the salvation of these imperiled animals.
The image most of us have of whalers includes harpoons and intentional trauma. Yet eating commercially caught seafood leads to whales’ entanglement and slow death in rope and nets, and the global shipping routes that bring us readily available goods often lead to death by collision. We—all of us—are whalers, marine scientist and veterinarian Michael J. Moore contends. But we do not have to be.
Special workshop will also be offered by Michael and Linda McCluskey form 10:00 am till noon called, “Sustainable Living In Your Organic Homestead.”