First Unitarian Universalist
Church of West Volusia

Due to COVID-19 concerns, Sunday Services will be conducted in Zoom until the end of September, 2020.

Please call the Church to leave a message at (386) 232-8433 or contact us by email at firstuuofwestvolusiadeland@gmail.com if you wish to attend.

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.

Visitors are always welcome and child care is provided.

June 7th- A Renewal of Faith

Matthew Johnson, Senior Minister UU Church, Rockford Illinois presents a sermon on renewal, "Open yourself to be renewed. Open your heart to all that is holy everywhere, every-now. Open yourself to life and love....life is a gift not a project." 


June 14th "To Be a Friend" 

Artist, musician, and retired college professor Dan Gribbin returns again to present. More than ever we need to be a friend. 


June 21st- A Summer Solstice

RE director and full time goddess Suzanne Southard will present a program to celebrate this special day.

June 28th-Belief

Writer, historian, and grandpa Bill Lazarus returns to discuss belief. With his usual wit and wisdom, Bill will share more on this interesting topic. You may come away with more questions than answers but you will definitely have something to think about. 

Past Services

Future Services

May 24th – A "Post-Modern" Memorial Day Celebration 

Coleen Summey is back to talk about this day, it's meaning for many and some new info for some. We will honor those fallen in past service to our country and the new heroes of today. Zoom hosts are John Cupak and Cheryl Orr. 

May 31st - Tales For The Time Being 

In this presentation, we share some UU stories to uplift, to think, to laugh and to remember who we are as Unitarian Universalists.