Our church community is gathering in new ways. We now have two “mini services” recorded and available for viewing and more planned for the future. March 29th Keep the Flame Going, message by Kathy Hopkins April 5th The Web we Weave, message by Robin Saenger We encourage you to watch as a family. Each Sunday features music by Bonnie … Continued
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Entertainment was provided by the Pineapple Scruffs and Friends Proceeds generated from this event will enable the UUCTS Social Justice Council to continue donating financial aid to local agencies: Head Start, Hispanic Outreach Center, English as Second Language (ESOL) Classroom, Citizens Alliance for Progress, Shepherd Center, The Laundry Project, The Haven/Religious Community Services The Pineapple … Continued
Recording artist Claudia Schmidt entertained on February 22. Proceeds support the Church and the Artist A well A well-known fixture in the folk/acoustic music scene, Claudia Schmidt has recorded folk, jazz, blues, and spoken word albums. She plays guitar and Appalachian dulcimer and sings. For more information about Claudia and her music, please visit www.claudiaschmidt.com
Pianist Jeffrey Chodil entertained at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 230 Grand Blvd on February 15. Proceeds were split between the Church and the Artist Jeffery Chodil earned a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance, Piano Pedagogy, and Chamber Music from the University of South Florida. He has been active in Florida since 2008 as … Continued
April 18, 2019
George Inness, Jr. was inducted into the 2019 Florida Artists Hall of Fame on April 13, 2019 in Tallahassee. He was one of the great landscape painters of the 1800s and his paintings continue to provide inspiration. The chair of our Inness … read more.
George Inness, Jr. was inducted into the 2019 Florida Artists Hall of Fame on April 13, 2019 in Tallahassee. We need volunteers to help plan our exhibition as we prepare for the return of the historic George Inness, Jr. paintings to the church. We also … read more.
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Hurricane season begins in June and it continues until the end of November. Extreme weather can be a problem. In every season, we work with our neighbors to create healthy, resilient, and sustainable communities. The church calendar … read more.
In today’s America, who speaks for senior citizens? Seniors are concerned about transportation, housing, legal services, medical care, and other topics. Volunteers from our church work with the Senior Information Center to provide helpful information. Telephone: 727-937-1110. firstname.lastname@example.org. Community meetings at our church provide assistance. … read more.
Unitarian Universalists are active in human rights work. Martin Luther King day activities in Pasco County and in Tarpon Springs receive support from our church. Special events each year honor womens rights, the rights of immigrants, and the rights of LGBTQ people. We’re concerned about … read more.