Building Beloved Community


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UUCJ Journey

Building our Beloved Community

UUCJ is offering a series of classes and workshops to grow our community knowledge and understanding of our faith and of ourselves. From our European roots to our mission in Northeast Florida, this series offers members an opportunity to learn, explore, and grow in mind and spirit. Together, we will learn about ourselves and others, recognize our strengths, and grow our skills and talents as we serve our beloved community. Please join us! Register soon to reserve your place!

UU 101: Back to our Future

A 4-part series with Phillip Baber
Oct 15, 22, 29 & Nov 5, 2017
Sundays, 12:30-2:30, Anthony Room, UUCJ

We come to the Unitarian Universalist Church through many paths and faith traditions.  Yet we all come to UUCJ to “spread our wings” and explore new spiritual realms without censure.  UU 101 provides the history and context for us to understand our past as we build our future.  We will learn about our UU spiritual and ethical development; where our covenant and principles come from; and of our own beloved community in Northeast Florida. Please plan to attend all four classes. For more information, contact Phillip Baber. You can register online, or contact Lois Hoeft at [email protected] ~ 904.477.8320. Childcare available on request by Oct. 5.


GREAT Meeting FUNdamentals!

Date & Time TBA
Light Lunch included
Childcare on request by September 2

Come join us as we explore facilitation and the skills that make for  great meetings!  From covenant and guidelines, creating a delicious Meeting Sandwich, to understanding group development, we’ll cover agendas, roles, and more! This information is an excellent resource for committee chairs and members who want to learn UUCJ Fundamentals of Great Meetings!  (Presenter: Karen Kempf)


The LDC Playhouse presents: Group Dynamics

Learn essentials of group dynamics: how to recognize various group interactions when they occur, and strategies to efficiently deal with them to the benefit of the group. Various scenarios – helpful and challenging – will be acted out to illustrate the vocabulary of group interactions in “real life” situations. Have some fun while learning valuable leadership skills!  Will you recognize yourself? (Playhouse members: Jennifer Tucker and Friends)