Sundays at UUCOV
Services are at 9:30 am & 11:30 am
at our Sanctuary at 1971 Pinebrook Road, unless otherwise noted.
Adult RE at 9:30 am & 11:00 am in the Asta Linder House, unless otherwise noted.
Social time 10:30 am - 11:00 am on the lanai in the sanctuary.
You are invited to any combination of activities Sunday morning. We look forward to seeing you!
Service: Gathered Here For Winter Solstice 9:30 & 11:00
Stephanie Zoernack has been organizing and celebrating the solstice and equinox at UUCOV for the past 3 years ; she and her worship associates are now bringing them to the larger congregation to be experienced. In this service, they will “call on the directions’, cast a circle, extinguish the flame of the old year and light the flame of the new year, and introduce us to readings and songs from the pagan tradition.
Service: Giving In To Christmas 10:00
Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. In the midst of such a hectic season, it can be difficult to remember any reason to celebrate. Let’s gather on a quiet Sunday morning, adjust our exorbitant expectations, and allow the joy of Christmas into our hearts.
Service: The Shepard and the Wise Man: 6:00 pm
Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. Christmas Eve. Shepherds watching their flocks by night, wise men traveling great distances on the strength of a strange prophecy: the ancient myths challenge reason and are difficult to fathom by daylight. This traditional candlelight worship service celebrates mystery and the birth of new hope into the world. Donations this evening will go to the Minister’s Discretionary Fund to help those in need in our broader community.
Service: The Ceaseless Flow of Endless Time 10:00 am
Rev. Margaret L. Beard. The wheel of life is turning and a new year is upon us. What will we make of it? The state of our country and the world around us could be an expanded opportunity for ministry. Rev. Beard retired in 2016 after 22 years serving Unitarian Universalism, first at UUA, developing print, web and, training resources for new and growing congregations, and later as a parish minister in congregations in Georgia, North Carolina and Florida.
Aston Gardens Monthly ARE Program: "And Now for the News"
As we prepare to welcome in 2018, let's discuss some news you might not have heard. UUCOVers and friends are welcome to join the Aston Gardens Monthly ARE Program; sessions are held in the Ballroom, 1000 Aston Gardens Drive, Venice.
|December 17, 09:30am|
Adult RE: Mary Gordon WATERS HALL A
****NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE****Bill Moyers series On Faith and Reason- Moyers explores the complex region between faith and reason, engaging in thoughtful conversations with some of the world's noted writers and thinkers. View interview with discussion to follow. Mary Gordon-Author Mary Gordon has made a name for herself with novels, essays and memoirs chronicling Catholic life in American. Moyers asks whether Gordon as a humanist, a woman and a believing skeptic she feels threatened today?
|December 17, 11:00am|
Adult RE: David Grossman WATERS HALL A
****NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE****Bill Moyers series On Faith and Reason- Moyers explores the complex region between faith and reason, engaging in thoughtful conversations with some of the world's noted writers and thinkers. View interview with discussion to follow. David Grossman- Israeli author and peace activist, Grossman discusses Grossman's novel Lion's Honey, his retelling of the story of the Biblical Samson, and why the Samson character is in this sacred text.
|January 7, 09:30am|
|January 7, 11:00am|
Adult RE: "Long Strange Trip"