Upcoming events

  • Sunday enrichment opportunities 10:00-10:45am.

    The Enrichment program has classes scheduled through May, 2024, with a possible six week winter hiatus.

    The Spiritual Enrichment Team continues to offer lessons and presentations in cross-cultural understanding on Sunday mornings. Here are our November classes and special guests, culminating with this month’s featured speaker, Mashpee Wampanoag author, Paula Peters, November 19 at 10:00 AM.

    ● November 5

      o 10:00 AM Rev. Diane Lobody will lead us in a discussion about Christians and the problem of war. Christians have had to deal with the horrifying realities of war throughout our history, and no war is ever simple. In this week’s enrichment session, we will explore some of the crucial factors Christians need to take into consideration when determining our responses to the complex issues of warfare and violence.

    o 11:00 AM Rev. Anne Weirich, guest preacher and specialist in Middle Eastern religions and issues, will preach on the current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

     ● November 12

      o 10:00 AM Ej Mills Brennan, a special friend of our congregation, returns for her third visit to OUMC. A Mashpee Wampanoag multi-media artist and musician, Ej will present, “Breath of Prayers,” and will also engage with the class in a time of conversation.

    o 11:00 AM Ej Mills Brennan opens our worship with Native American flute music.

     ● November 19

    o 10:00 AM PAULA PETERS, author of Mashpee Nine: A Story of Cultural Justice

    Members, friends, and neighbors, are all invited to hear an engaging presentation by acclaimed Mashpee Wampanoag author and lecturer, Paula Peters. Ms. Peters will speak from 10:00-10:40 AM in the church sanctuary. A brief reception will follow. All are welcome.

  • November 16; Ladies Breakfast at 9:30am at the Hole-in-One in Orleans

    Join Us!

  • November 9th; You are Invited to Join us at the Energy Café at 6:00pm at the Federated Church of Orleans (162 Main Street, Orleans)!

    Do you wonder how to cut your energy use and are you perplexed by the many incentives and rebates now available to save on equipment and your energy costs? The Care for Creation Interfaith Climate Justice Committee of Am HaYam & the Federated Church of Orleans have teamed up with Cape Cod Faith Communities Environmental Network for this event. Over refreshments and a light supper, you will learn about the new incentives now available for homeowners and renters, discover new technologies to help reduce your energy use and you will be able to sign up for a Home Energy Assessment. So much has changed with incentives and technology, it is recommended that you have an Energy Assessment every two years. Register by calling Cheri at 302-463-0886. Childcare available with registration.