The largest collection of George Inness, Jr’s work is on exhibit at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs Monday, November 11th 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM Wine & Cheese Donations will be appreciated Speaker: Lynn Whitelaw – Founding director, LEEPA-Ratner Museum of Art
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Franz Mantini performs classical piano selections in the newly renovated sanctuary surrounded by George Inness, Jr. paintings.Join us at 4:00 PM Doors open at 3:30 – limited seating – donations appreciated Wine & Cheese Reception to follow View the Famous Inness Paintings 230 Grand Blvd., Tarpons Springs, FL
Many thanks to the Tarpon Springs Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
held at our church on Wednesday, September 25th!
A special Church Rededication Service was held on
Sunday, September 29, 2019 after nearly 6 years of sinkholes and restoration.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Tarpon Springs
230 Grand Boulevard, Tarpon Springs, FL, USA
On Sunday, August 18th, the UU Church of Tarpon Springs service featured The Pineapple Scruffs and special guest, Bonnie Whitehurst.
Performing for the first time together, these talented musicians commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival by singing songs from the “60’s Flower Power” … read more.
On Sunday, July 21st our music director Bonnie Whitehurst was joined by The Pineapple Scruffs in a performance of Willie Nelson’s rendition of “Immigrant Eyes”, a song written in 1988 by folk-singer/songwriter Guy Clark that conveys a very prescient message in light of the current immigration issues on our southern border. The Pineapple Scruffs will … Continued
We are very pleased to welcome our newest staff member, Jamilet “Jami” Cruz, who will be providing childcare on Sunday mornings. Jamie has worked as a youth specialist for Cops ‘n Kids for 6 years and comes highly recommended by Lyn Dalzell who knows her from serving together on the Community Garden Board. May 18th … Continued
Ethel Fritts, a long time UUCTS member and Marine, was honored and remembered on Sunday. The church was her family. Even those who never knew Ethel appreciate her contributions to our church and country.
One of the great things about being back in our building is we now have a special space for kids. We were delighted to have 4 little ones come play with us on our first Sunday back in the building. Children are welcome here!
May 12th was homecoming Sunday. After many months of construction it was wonderful to see the beautifully renovated sanctuary filled with familiar faces and new friends. Join us Sunday mornings at 10:30 am at 230 Grand Blvd. Children welcome!