First Unitarian Universalist Church
of West Volusia
Due to COVID-19 concerns, Sunday Services will be conducted in Zoom until the end of May, 2021.
You can join us on Sundays two different ways:
1. By computer, tablet, or smartphone, using this link: https://zoom.us/j/92718819188
2. By telephone: Call either of these numbers and enter the Meeting ID 927188 9188 when prompted.
+1 301 715 8592 or +1 253 215 8782
"The times, they are a changing"
The UU Deland web site is currently being revised. Content and links will be changing.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Visitors are always welcome and child care is provided.
Each Sunday and throughout the year, we share insights and explore what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.
Themes include exploring our principles, developing a caring community, discovering spirituality with a strong emphasis on social activism.
You will find us a welcoming and accepting religious community that fosters your spiritual growth and provides support in your search for truth and meaning.
Dec. 6th, 2020 Rev. Tracie Barrett, UU minister presents “Vulnerability in the Dark”.
Dec. 13th, 2020 A 1st UU Celebration, “Yule: The Winter Solstice”
Dec.20th, 2020 Rev. Tiffany Sapp, UU minister presents "Waiting for the Mud to Settle".
Dec. 27th, 2020 Dan Gribbens presents “The Daring of Dietrich Bonhoeffer”.
Jan 3rd, 2021 "Are We Awake" by Rev. Tracie Barrett
Jan.10th, 2021 "Hey, Can I Compost That?" by Danielle Ramsey
Jan. 17th, 2021 “Artivism” for Human Rights and Eco-Justice by Dr. Rajni Shankar-Brown
Jan. 24th, 2021 State of the Union by Colleen
Jan. 31, 2021 "How Misunderstandings and Mistakes Created Many of Today's Religions and Why it Doesn't Matter" by Bill Lazarus
Bill Lazarus, religious historian, author and a mainstay of our UU community returns to present his thoughts and research on this topic. Always guaranteed to open your mind, invoke thoughts and ideas of your own, you will not leave without learning something you didn’t know or thought of before.
Feb. 7th "What's Love Got to Do With It?" by Rev. Tracie Barrett
We're known as the Love People, the ones who wear our bright yellow shirts proclaiming that we Side with Love. But what does that mean outside of our social justice initiatives? What does love have to do with generosity, daily living, and how we are in community?
Feb. 14th "Life is Like a Box of Chocolates" by Suzanne S.
You never know what you're going to get. Happy Valentines day. Come hear the wisdom of the Unitarian Universalist 7 principles of our living faith and chocolate connections. Yum!
Feb. 21st "6 Principles of Health" by Felicia Benzo
Feb. 28th "Spiritual Path-Seeking and the Work of George Gurdjieff" by Debra McShane
George Gurdjieff was a Russian philosopher, mystic, spiritual teacher and composer who charted a method by which human beings can become awakened to their essential selves.