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Sunday at UUCOV

Upcoming Worship Services

Service:  10:00am

Adult RE  in Asta Linder House
9:00am

Youth Religious Education:
10:00 (starts in sanctuary)
Child care provided, if needed.

Coffee Social: 11:00

Visitor FAQs

1971 Pinebrook Rd, Venice, Fl 34292
941-485-2105

office@uucov.org

Map and directions

Upcoming services & adult RE

Services: 10:00am 

Adult RE: 9:00am

Youth Religious Education: 10:00am
(starts in sanctuary)
Child care provided

Visitor FAQs

1971 Pinebrook Rd
Venice, Fl 34292
941-485-2105

office@uucov.org

Map and directions

Happenings at UUCOV

"Lunch and Learn"
Thursday, August 17, 11:30am
Bring a brown bag lunch and UUCOV will supply refreshments and a ...

Video Lecture Series: "Understanding Japan: A Cultural History"
Thursday, August 17, 7:00pm

"Early Japanese Buddhism"

Service: “A Man Had Two Sons”
Sunday, August 20, 10:00am
Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. The parable known as the Prodigal Son is ...

Missed Last Week's Sermon?

*The Fragility of Whiteness

Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. Our dictionaries often define racism in terms of individual prejudice, but this does little to explain how social hierarchies are reproduced. While those of us who are white may be against racism, we still benefit from the distribution of resources put in place and controlled by people like us.

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Minister's Column

Five Smooth Stones for David
The Book of I Samuel in the Christian Old Testament (simply Samuel in the Hebrew Bible) relates the story of David and Goliath. Back about three thousand years ago, the Philistines sent a well-armed giant named Goliath to threaten the Hebrews with utter destruction. A young shepherd boy named David was the only one among the People of God that day with the courage to stand up to the menace. In the 17th chapter of Samuel, the text says that David, foregoing any armor, took his staff and his...
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What's New at UUCOV

Reminder: Transportation and Child Care

If you need transportation to any of our Lifespan Education programs or are needing child care, contact DRE Jaye Williams (in advance), unless an alternate person to be contacted is listed in the program details.

Cleaning Up Our Sanctuary

EcoEarthThe Green Sanctuary Committee has removed the toxic cleaning materials that were under the sink in the Sanctuary kitchen (the usual suspects: detergents, Ajax powder, Windex, etc.) and replaced them with BASIC H 2. It takes only a few drops of...


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*The Fragility of Whiteness

Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. Our dictionaries often define racism in terms of individual prejudice, but this does little to explain how social hierarchies are reproduced. While those of us who are white may be against racism, we still benefit from the distribution of resources put in place and controlled by people like us.

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