Category: News

Toys for Tots

Hello to you all! This year, UU St. Pete is a drop-off point for Toys for Tots! Please bring unwrapped gifts to our Sunday services or call our office at 727-898-3294 when you would like to drop off your donation. All gifts benefit the children … read more.

Social Justice Update: October 14, 2021

YOUR Vote Matters:  St Pete Election — Nov 2, 2021

In addition to electing a new mayor and filling five City Council positions — this election has seven proposed amendments to the City Charter on the ballot. A Commission is appointed to review the Charter which … read more.

Drive Thru Trunk-or-Treat & Food Drive!

Mark Your Calendars! Join us for our Drive-Thru Trunk-or-Treat & Food Drive at the Unitarian Universalist Church of St. Petersburg! Join us on Saturday, October 30th for candies and goodies for the family. Support our cause by also bringing non-perishable foods to be donated! … read more.

Santa Needs Our Help

(Santa Wezago, that is)

Not all of us at UU St. Pete know that our Social Justice Group has been looking after two Congolese families who sought asylum here in the U.S. One of these families is Santa Wezago and her four children: Aaliyah, Erisa, Gabriella … read more.

Welcoming Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman

The Board of Trustees voted unanimously today, July 7th, to hire Rev. Ben Atherton-Zeman as our Interim Minister. Before his move into UU ministry, Rev. Ben had a 30-year career in the feminist movement, working in a number of organizations to prevent sexual and domestic … read more.

Message from the Board President

Tampa Bay Times 7/28/21: “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed course
yesterday on some masking guidelines, recommending that even vaccinated people return to
wearing masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the delta variant of the coronavirus is fueling
infection surges.

Citing new information about the … read more.

UU St. Pete’s Hurricane Policy

Dear Members of UUSP,   

Just what we need after an emotionally challenging 14 months, a possible hurricane heading our way! 

During hurricane season when a threat of severe weather has been announced for Pinellas County, members of our Church are free to seek refuge at the Church. … read more.