This Sunday: The Courage to Admit Privilege: Blessing of the Animals (All Ages Service)

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Well-behaved pets are welcome at our annual recognition of the important roles animals play in our homes, on our farms, and in the wild. We’ll include a “parade” of pets with their humans, so be ready to show off your friend. Feel free … read more.

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  • Mark Your Calendars for Upcoming Social Justice Fall Events
    A series of interactive educational and inspirational programs followed by discussion and social hour.s:  10/11/22  Exhibition “Black Pioneers: Legacy in the American West.” at the James Museum. A private docent tour for UUSP will reveal the hidden stories of these risk-taking pioneers through award-winning, highly curated colorful quilts by Women of Color Quilters. Stepping inside this historical time, you’ll experience a legacy of a rich diversity of lives, occupations, and achievements. 3:30 pm. $10 admission and $5 docent fee if you are not a museum member. James members pay a $5 docent fee. Fees are collected at the museum front desk. The group size is not limited since we can get a couple of docents — but please rsvp by October 9th. The social gathering in James Canyon Cafe (or nearby) follows the tour.  10/19/22  Suppressed and Sabotaged: The Fight to Vote 11/16/22  Racism is a Public Health Issue in St Petersburg  Please rsvp ...
  • Queering the Dream Exhibition: September 25-December 4, 2022Queering the Dream Exhibition: September 25-December 4, 2022
    Join us for Rev. Dr. Angela Yarber’s art exhibition, Queering the Dream, in our social hall! Celebrate revolutionary women from history and myth with folk-feminist iconography. With a Ph.D. in Art and Religion, Angela is the Executive Director of the Tehom Center non-profit. The artwork from this Queering the Dream exhibition stems from Angela’s time traveling full-time for two years and writing her memoir, Queering the American Dream. The process of creating each artwork involves painting a woman or goddess figure and then collaging live plants and natural objects alongside the painting. Angela then photographs the live collage and finishes the art digitally. 25% of all art sales go to UUSP! For more, visit www.tehomcenter.org
  • Want to join a Covenant Group?Want to join a Covenant Group?
    Covenant groups are a way for a small group of UU members to meet periodically—once a month or bi-weekly—to explore their own spirituality as they strive to live UU values and adhere to the seven principles. More importantly, small group ministries offer a way for members to get to know each other well in a caring and safe space by listening deeply and respecting each other.  Led by facilitators who guide the discussion and help all members to maintain their shared covenant, groups often use the Soul Matters curriculum that provides thought-provoking readings and questions to foster critical thinking and deeper discussions that go beyond social interactions. On Sunday, September 25, UU St. Pete members who would like to belong to a small group ministry can sign up in Gilmore Hall and select the day, time, and location that works best for them. A facilitator will be associated with each group. Read more ...

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