Sundays at UUCOV
Services are held at 10:00am
at our Sanctuary at 1971 Pinebrook Road, unless otherwise noted.
Adult RE at 9:00 in the Asta Linder House, unless otherwise noted.
Social time 11:00 on the lanai in the sanctuary.
You are invited to any combination of activities Sunday morning. We look forward to seeing you!
Service: "Belief Systems: What Kind of Atheist/Theist Are You?"
Service: “Room for Mystery”
Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. Many of us fall prey to the belief that we can know all there is to know. Yes, our base of human knowledge expands each day, but it often seems the more we know, the less we understand. Instead of fearing the mystery, perhaps we can celebrate it.
Service: “Buffalo Run”
Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. Indigenous Peoples Day. At the Battle of Little Big Horn, indigenous Americans stood up to an attacking force of federals. We know a lot about the battle, but it’s still hard to separate fact from fake news.
Service: "A Journey of Hope"
Rev. Michael McGee. Rev. McGee will share an inspiring journey he took to India that gave him hope in the power of people to change their lives and our world. In the midst of the chaos and suffering that surrounds us, how can we make a difference? And how can we lift our spirits and deepen our spirituality? Michael has led our worship services several times since he and his wife Emilie moved to Osprey following his retirement in 2012.
Service: “Emperor of All Maladies”
Rev. Khleber Van Zandt. One of the scariest words one can ever hear their doctor say to them is “cancer.” How did it become thus? And where are we in the fight against this awful and awesome array of diseases?
|October 1, 09:00am|
Adult RE: " The Women's Movement and the 19th Amendment"
Activists such as Susan B. Anthony and Carrie Chapman Catt re-energized the call for the inclusion of women in American political and economic life.
|October 8, 09:00am|
Adult RE:"Teddy Roosevelt and Progressivism"
Through trust busting and economic oversight, Roosevelt enacted his belief that government should regulate large corporations in the interest of the public good.
|October 15, 09:00am|
Adult RE:"The Racial Revolution"
Responding to the long history of legislation supporting "separate but equal" treatment of African Americans, Booker T. Washington and W.E.B DuBois proposed alternative paths toward the meaningful inclusion of blacks in American political life.
|October 22, 09:00am|
Adult RE:"The New Egalitarianism and Freedom"
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF LOCATION DUE TO FAMILY PROMISE WEEK.