Topic: Holidays

Remembering, Honoring, and Preserving the Sacred

Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Remembering, Honoring, and Preserving the Sacred
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Woody Winfree, the daughter of our longtime UU member, Ann Winfree, is an officiant, ritualist, ceremonialist, conscious dying educator and end-of-life doula. She credits these capacities for making her, above all, a keen observer.  With that perceptive eye shaping her offering, Woody hopes you can join her for a Memorial Day service of remembering, honoring,

Peace—An Action Verb

Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Peace—An Action Verb
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Earth Day Choir Service

Mini-Concert: Ken Anoff, drums The mini-concert musician Ken Anoff, master drummer, who will bring an interesting assortment of percussion instruments and demonstrate their potential. He will accompany the choir to introduce their program. If you’re new here and would like to join our worship service, navigate to our visitor’s page for more info.

Christmas Eve Service & Cookie Social

PLEASE NOTE: We will not be having morning service on Sunday, December 24. But join us at 5 pm when we will have our traditional Christmas Eve service, with Peter Racine in the pulpit. Cee Cee Severin and Ken Connors will provide music, and we will have a Special Collection for the Minister’s Discretionary Fund.

Mindful Consumption

Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Mindful Consumption
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Join Peter Racine in making gift-giving and receiving more meaningful as we explore our “spiritual or ethical cost of living” as Unitarian Universalists.

Why Halloween?

Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Why Halloween?
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We’ll look at the history of Halloween, both in the United States and in other parts of the world, how it has changed through the years and centuries, and why it has endured in popularity, with Americans expected to spend $12.2 billion in 2023 on decorations and costumes (including $480 million for pet costumes).  We’ll

Water & Welcome

Summer is over and we hear the call of our Church to rejoin our beloved community and begin a new Church year as we celebrate Ingathering and our annual Water Communion. We invite you to bring a few ounces of water from your summer travels, or from your backyard, and share it with your fellow

A Garden of Spiritual Delights

Sometimes we fail to appreciate the spiritual gifts generously sprinkled amongst us. Rev. Lee Anne will explore the idea of spiritual gifts, their distribution among our beloved community, and share suggestions for ways to connect with moments of spiritual delight. Come join us as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of Flower Communion. Bring a flower

A Mother’s Day for Peace

This Mother’s Day we will explore the mission for peace that preceded the Hallmark holiday we know today. Come be inspired by Unitarian poet, essayist, lecturer, reformer and abolitionist, Julia Ward Howe, and her passion for freedom and peace. Mini-Concert Linda Minke, Cellist Linda Minke has been a frequent guest soloist and ensemble collaborator at