Home Is Where The Heart Is

Join our Sunday service for Ayliah Cannon’s reflection on the idea that the diversity of our community is reflected in the diversity that surrounds us in nature.

Jon Arterton will provide the music for our service and Jeanay Johnson will share a Story for All … read more.

What We Are Doing

  • July 4th Waving Walking Tour
    On July 4th, UUSP members John Motter, Ruth Bentley, Linda Elam, Jeri Huempfner-Gatz and Sabine von Aulock went on a July 4th Waving Tour. They visit UU neighbors and friends scattered through St. Petersburg and Gulfport, including Audre Zieres who recently turned 95.Looking for more neighborhood walkers, Saturday, August 1, early evening, followed by Zoom meeting at 8:30pm. Let Sabine know“All of us need all of us!”
  • Letter from the Board
    We Can Be Whatever We Have the Courage to See Eleven of your UU St Pete colleagues, along with 5,000 fellow UUs, attended the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) 51st General Assembly last week.  100% virtually, of course.  Just four short months ago, such an undertaking seemed impossible.  Imagine. Four years ago, the UUA Commission on Institutional Change (COIC) launched a comprehensive investigation into the perennial problem of race in our faith community.  The Commission and the Report looked at the issues almost solely from the perspective of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color “Widening the Circle of Concern” is the report that takes an honest, critical view of our UU Association, our congregations, and our practices that perpetuate white supremacy and systemic racism.  This is a must read. This report is courageous in its honesty, sobering in its truths, and hopeful in its recommendations.  It asks us to hold ourselves and one another accountable. ...
  • New Summer Wednesday Adult Ed Classes
    Wednesday Adult Religious Studies Discussions For the Summer Please note we are holding only one Wednesday Book Discussion Zoom meeting per month in July and August.  For July 29, it’s Nobel laureate Albert Camus’ The Plague, an inspiring reverent novel about humans in pandemic.  For August 26, it will be a book that will help us on our journey toward eliminating the effects of white supremacy in American culture, our church and ourselves.  Our book will be chosen by August 1st.  I’m leaning strongly toward NYTimes bestseller Me and White Supremacy by Layla Saad.   Many other contenders, especially Centering: Navigating Race in Ministry; essays by Black UU ministers and Robin DiAngelo’s highly praised White Fragility.   Opinions welcomed.  Weekly Wednesday Religious Studies for Fall, Winter and Spring We will be planned over the summer.  Your input is welcome.  The preeminent issues affecting our human spirits at this time seem to be mindfulness and temperament, racism, climate change, and democracy.  We’ve just finished an excellent discussion ...

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