OUR MISSION is to encourage and facilitate consideration of ethics, philosophies, and religions and the development of our individual values and beliefs; to provide opportunities for fellowship and mutual support; to establish and maintain a vigorous Unitarian Universalist presence in our local community; and to expand our membership.

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Services begin at 10:30 a.m. Sundays.
Childcare and Religious Education from 10:15 to 11:45.
Coffee & Conversation - 11:30 to 12

The building is wheel chair accessible.


FIND OUT MORE ABOUT US –“You and UU” Class on December 5, 9:30 to 12:30.

A new “You and UU” class will begin in December, with a session on Saturday, Dec. 5th at 9:30.  The class is open to prospective members, new members or even more long-time members who would like to find out more about Unitarian Universalism, its history and beliefs.  Attendance does not constitute a commitment to join our congregation.  Light refreshments and child care provided.

Prior to the 10:30am service, the Discussion Group meets at 9:15 a.m.  

After the service join us for "Coffee, Cookies and Conversation"

         SUNDAY SERVICES                                                     

 November 22, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:  ISIL, France, and Refugees". 

10:30  Service Rev. Lyn Plumb and Debbie Hanson,“The Guest at Your Table” 

At this Thanksgiving time, we will celebrate an intergenerational service where our children will remain with us in the sanctuary for the whole service and ably assist various adults in introducing the UU Service Committee’s fundraising “Guest at Your Table” program.  Be there to learn about this important social justice program and how you can be contribute to it                                               Audio

Service Leader: : Chris Ringue  

November 29, 2015

9:15 Discussion Group, Topic:       Equality and Inequality

10:30  Service – Rita Scheeler, "LGBT Rights--We're Not Finished Yet"   

The Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision was welcome, but many issues remain for the LGBT community.    

Service Leader: Enda Nolan Carolyn West

December 5th (Saturday) U and UU Class - 9:30 to 12:30

December 6, 2016

  9:15  Discussion Group, Topic:  "What Is Communism?"

10:30 Service - Rev. Lyn Plumb, “Let Us Make No Prisons”   

After the Paris attacks, we again find ourselves endeavoring to extricate truth from  misinformation and misunderstanding, to manage our fear for both ourselves and others and to decide on ways to most effectively deal with the threats, perceived or real, around us.  How can our UU values and principles help us make no narrow “prisons” of our minds during this most disturbing time?                                                                                                                 Service Leader:  Linda Kalaydjian   

December 13, 2016

  9:15  Discussion Group, Topic:

10:30 Service -  Kay Kummerow, “Alfred Adler, the Crucial C’s & Our UU” 

The psychological principles of Alfred Adler are soul mates for Unitarian Universalists. Bettner & Lew's Crucial C’s (connect, capable, count & courage) are aspects of Adlerian psychology important for our UU community.
Service Leader:  Gaia Davies

December 20, 2016

  9:15  Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30  Service:  Rev. Lyn Plumb, CUUPS, Deb Hanson, “A Winter Solstice Celebration”

During this intergenerational service, we will learn and lift up ancient, pre-Hebraic traditions celebrated this time of year.  Come and participate in honored rituals, songs and stories all expressing the universal themes of hope in the midst of darkness, joy in the midst of despair.   
Service Leader: Chris Ringue

 Thursday, December 24
 Christmas Eve Service --Congregation participates w. Rev. Lyn Plumb

Come to celebrate a UU Christmas of carols, candles, readings and good cheer.  Light refreshments and loving fellowship time will follow the service. 

Please bring your choice of an appetizer or a dessert.


December 27, 2016

  9:15  Discussion Group, Topic:

10:30  Service:  “Looking Back at 2015 --Congregation participates w. Ellen Nielsen

In an informal Quaker-style service, we'll share our best memories of the last year and blow away (literally!) the memories and bad karma we don't want to carry with us into the new year.  

 January 3, 2016

  9:15   Discussion Group, Topic:
10:30   Service: Rev. Lyn Plumb, “
Covenant: From Sinai to Ormond Beach”   

The history of the concept of covenant, that is sacred promises, in both Judaic and Christian  traditions can give us insights into what this word has evolved to mean for us UU's today and why it is becoming more and more important for us today.

Service Leader: Marilou McKemie

Audio of Past services

              Accreditation 2009 

Standing on the side of love