The Ministerial Relations Committee was recently developed to act as liaison between the minister and the congregation. The Board selects one member, the minister selects one member, and both the board and the minister select one person.

The Endowment Committee promotes the fiscal well being of the church through the acquisition and prudent management of gifts, bequests, endowments, and living trusts. The congregation elects members.

The Nominating Committee provides for continued leadership in the church. They present the Board with the slate of leaders to be recommended and approved at the annual meeting.

The Finance Committee oversees the financial matters of the church, including shaping an annual budget and pledge campaign.

The Social Justice Committee informs and educates the congregation and the public in areas of social concern, finding ways and means to rectify social injustice.

The Music Committee provides for varied quality music for church services in consultation with the Minister, the Music Director, and the Choir Director.

The Inness Paintings Committee arranges for docents and receptionists to provide tours for the Inness paintings. It is also sensitive to both promotion of and security for the paintings.

The Hospitality Committee coordinates the Sunday coffee hours, monthly church dinners, and other opportunities for social interaction.

The Denominational Affairs Committee provides a liaison between the congregation, the UUA, the Florida District, and area Cluster events. Each church member receives a subscription to the UU World, our national publication.

The Membership Committee encourages the growth of church membership and the retention of current members. It gives attention to orientation to UUism for all interested, including prospective and new members. The committee encourages the inclusion of new members in activities and service.

The Building and Grounds Committee provides for the proper maintenance of the church buildings and grounds. Each Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. A work party of volunteers meets and follows the workout with lunch in the Social Hall.

The Caring Committee keeps abreast of those who may be ill, housebound, or hospitalized. Committee members respond with cards, calls, and visits.

The Religious Education Committee includes an RE director, a qualified volunteer, and an interested parent to provide a religious education curriculum and teachers for children.

The Social Activities Committee oversees the various special programs offered by the church each year. These activities include a matinee at the local theater, a Coffee House, the annual picnic, Circle Suppers, and special occasion celebrations.

Volunteers are welcome – see a Board Member


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