First Unitarian Universalist Church
of West Volusia

In person services at the church are held with COVID precautions: Vaccinations are strongly suggested for all eligible people, masks are required, and social distancing is encouraged in the building.

Unable to come to the brick-and-mortar church on Sundays at 10:30 am?  The Sunday service is Zoomed live and facilitated by a Service Leader. 


The Zoom ID for Sunday Service is the same every week:

927 1881 9188

"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.

Future Services


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.

June 5th, 2022: A Faith Filled With Love and Justice for All. Religious education leader, Suzanne, will venture into exploring the details about what Unitarian Universalists reveal about their faith.  She will explore the many facets of love and justice that are expressed daily by UUs around the world.

June 12th, 2022: Low Footprint Living as a Spiritual Practice. Jenny Nazak, author and environmentalist joins us again. As a climate activist and permaculture educator, she undertook low-footprint living as a way to do her part to address the biospheric crisis. Along the way, she realized that her path undertaken for collective benefit was giving her great *personal* benefits as well. The biggest one being spiritual comfort and peace of mind.

June 19th, 2022: God Fathers: The Not-So-Nice Big Daddies in the Sky. Rick DeYampert, former entertainment writer for the News Journal, musician, author, artist and pagan, returns with a likely irreverent look at the Gods we know and don’t know.

June 26th, 2022: Why Are You A UU? Minister, Reverend Tamara Casanova Suzuki from Live Oak UU Congregation of Goleta, California This service is a program committee favorite. Reverend Suzuki explains what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist and counters the question “Can we believe anything?” Spoiler-Alert, the answer is No.

Previous Services

April 24th, 2022: Nature and Spirituality Leslie Kemp Pool

May 1st, 2022-Get Rooted, Get Ready for Climate Justice: An Earth Day Celebration.

May 8th, 2022-The Hebrew Bible: All It Is and Isn’t.  Stetson Professor Carmen Palmer

May 15th, 2022-Survival of the Sweetest.

May 22nd, 2022-The Environment: What’s a UU to Do? The UU Green Team

May 29th, 2022- Navigating Change. Rev. Sensei Morris Sullivan