People have lived in Florida for over 10,000 years. Some have enjoyed the natural world and some have lived in conflict. In today’s world, the Unitarian Universalists help others to create healthy, resilient, and sustainable communities. We’ve encouraged community gardening in Pasco County and Pinellas County and we’ve helped to organize Earth Day festivals and special events at Spring Bayou. At the beginning of April, we have a flower communion. In February, we remember animals during our celebration of Charles Darwin’s birthday. The church’s display of landscape paintings by George Inness, Jr., is a celebration of peace and natural beauty. We’re concerned about the climate change problem and other environmental problems. The Social Justice Council is involved with environmental justice work. The church calendar has information about current activities.