Category: News

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 … read more.

Pastor Jack’s Weekly Message

Dear Friends,

Four messages from four pandemic months:

I.  The new church year has begun.  Let me repeat the thanks expressed here a few weeks ago for all of you who are members of the congregation – for your caring support of one another and your persistence … read more.

UUSP Board Update

Friends,

Please join us in thanking UUSP Board President Steve Benton and Vice-President Susan Burnore for their past year of service as your board officers. Both will remain on the board as at-large members. Steve and Susan served graciously, joyously and generously, devoting an enormous amount of time … read more.

FAST: What Can I Do?

Support FAST: Please take some time to view the new FAST video above. It is narrated by Rabbi Torop, Temple Beth El, and Rev. Ward, Moriah Mission Baptist Church, who is also Co-Chair of the FAST Criminal Justice Committee.
FAST is currently addressing several systemic racial issues … read more.

Pastor Jack’s Weekly Message

Dear Friends,

Let me encourage you to attend the online annual General Assembly of UU Congregations, with programming from Wednesday, June 24, through Sunday Worship Service, June 28.   For free, you may attend all the online general meetings and Sunday Worship Service at uua.org/ga.   To participate … read more.

“I Can’t Breathe”

George Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American man, died on May 25, 2020 after being handcuffed and pinned to the ground by a white police officer’s knee.

“People of faith, particularly those of us who are white progressives, need to combat the systems of criminalization in our country. … read more.

UUSP sends 240 masks to Immokalee

Our sewing team has been busy. After making masks for many of us, Friday night picnic participants, neighbors and extended families, they turned to mask-making for the farmworkers harvesting produce in the Immokalee area. Let’s have a big round of applause for Sally Carville, Duff, … read more.

UUA Recommendations of Church Closures

Dear Friends and Congregants of UUSP,

The UUA has posted some suggested guidelines for all of the UU churches. The UUSP Board has decided that we will not be opening in the immediate future (summer or fall) and will continue to review the reports of the experts for guidance and … read more.