Many paths. One welcoming and diverse community.

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!

Worship Services

April 23
Service: "The Holocaust is Part of Our Story"

PLEASE NOTE: Single service at 10:00 am begins today! The Reverend Margaret L. Beard, The Holocaust was a tragic event that had far reaching impact that continues in our present time. Unitarians were part of the Holocaust in some small and lasting ways. Find out how this has impacted our faith story.

April 30
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.

May 7
Service

To be announced.

May 14
Service at Maxine Barritt Park

Details to be announced.

May 21
Service: "All That Jazz"

Rev. Michael McGee. Duke Ellington wrote, "Jazz has always been like the kind of a man you wouldn't want your daughter to associate with." Jazz does have an unsavory reputation for some, but for many others jazz is at the heart of American music and democracy.

Adult Exploration

April 30, 09:00am
Adult RE: "Historical Baggage"
The colonies first European settlers from Great Britain were shaped by ideas of government developed in their home country. In this lecture, we explore the centuries of British political tradition that influenced the forging of a new notion of governance.
May 7, 09:00am
Adult RE: "Theoretical Baggage"

From the Great Course Cycles of American Political Thought-The colonists were influenced profoundly by Protestantism and the theory of liberalism. Discussion will include John Calvin, Martin Luther, Thomas Hobbes and John Locke.

May 21, 09:00am
Adult RE: "A Puritan Beginning"

From the Great Course Cycles of American Political Thought-This lecture examines the Calvinist world-view, as exemplified in the leadership of John Winthrop.