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The Martin Luther King Action Team of Nauset Interfaith Association is sponsoring a pilgrimage to the new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C. Pilgrim’s Landing in Chatham will be co-sponsor. (an interspiritual life center on Cape Cod ) The pilgrimage will take place from the 18th to the 20th of October 2019 by chartered bus and/or train.

The pilgrimage is motivated by a desire to take a positive individual and communal action fostering understanding, justice and reconciliation moving us toward the healing of our country and ourselves. Our chartered bus or buses will leave the Cape on Friday morning the 18th of October and return to the Cape by the early evening of Sunday the 20th. It will include 2 nights in the capitol and spending Saturday at the museum. All are welcome until all the tickets are taken. 

If you are interested in attending please email or telephone me no later than April 30th with your telephone number and email address. This will help us to determine how many tickets to request on May 1st. Once the tickets are secured in May we will send information to all those who have registered with me to give them first opportunity in reserving tickets. Hope you can come! Fr. Ken Campbell, ksbcampbell5050@gmail.com or 413-478-5719

Upcoming Events

  • The State of Hate April 29, 2019, 7 pm Nauset Regional Middle School Robert Trestan, Regional Director of the New England ADL will discuss the state of hate in Massachusetts, followed by a panel discussion on "Moving Toward An Inclusive Cape Cod." 

  • Stone Soup Supper     Tuesday, April 30th 5 to 8 PM at Church of the Holy Spirit, Orleans, 204  Monument Rd, an interfaith sharing with foods related to our faith      traditions.  for more information:  Dr. Sharon Leder, 914-204-4467 or sharon.teichmangalllery@gmail.com 

  • Sharing Stories from Rwanda Carl Wilkens May 1, 2019, 7 pm St. Joan of Arc Church, Orleans Carl Wilkens is the author of "I'm Not Leaving" and he was the only American who remained in the capital of Rwanda during the 1994 genocide, working to save the lives of hundreds of orphans.

  • Holocaust Memorial Service  May 2, 2019, 7 PM Nauset Regional Middle School Film: "One Survivor Remembers" Memorial candlelighting with participation from students from our local schools

  •  Celtic Roots Concert   Cape Cod youth band, Friday, May 17th at Church of the Holy Spirit, Orleans.  This is a fund raiser for the support of at risk or homeless youth to support their college education by the Outreach Youth Hospitality action team of Nauset Interfaith. For more information:   Brooke Eaton Skea at 774-279-3453 or brookeskea@gmail.com 

  •  GOOD FRIDAY ECUMENICAL SERVICE  Brewster Baptist Church at 12 Noon on Good Friday ( approximately 1 hour long).   This is sponsored by Nauset Interfaith and  will feature seven short reflections ( 3 to 5 minutes long ). 

Calendar of Monthly NIA meetings

All monthly meetings are on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 11:30 am to 1 pm. Light refreshments are provided by the host congregation. 

  • April 11th First Parish Unitarian Universalist, Brewster
  • April 19th Good Friday Ecumenical Service, 12Noon to 1 PM Brewster “ “Reflections on the Death of Jesus” 3-5 minutes long for each  
  • April 20th Passover Community Seder  (Wellfleet COA, 6 PM)
  • April 29th -May 1st -May 2nd   “ What We Do Matters” Holocaust Memorial at 7 PM, 29th and May 2nd at Nauset Regional Middle School, 1st at St. Joan of Arc
  • May 17th “Celtic Roots” youth concert, Church of The Holy Spirit, Orleans  At 7 pm fundraiser for at risk and homeless youth scholarships 
  • May 9th Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic, Wellfleet
  • June 11th   Dinner social at Karoo Restaurant, North Eastham


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