Topic: Beloved Community

Special Collection: $1000 Start-Ups

$1,000 Start-Ups is a non-profit organization offering an entrepreneurship, financial management, and life skills training program at no cost to adults, including up to $1,000 business start-up funding located in Nassau County. The office space of $1000 Start-Ups is offered at no cost to our members in East Nassau for viewing Sunday Services at UUCJ. 

“Welcoming Hearts”: Lutheran Social Services

Speaker:  Laura Cook, Director of Resettlement & Senior Contract Manager for Consolidated Refugee Services Laura Cook is the Director of Refugee Resettlement at Lutheran Social Services of NE FL (LSS) where she leads the resettlement team and manages the state funded contract for refugee services available in the city of Jacksonville. This past year, LSS

Saying What We Stand For–Article II For You

A study commission is proposing that we completely rewrite Article II of the UUA’s bylaws as a means of updating it to reflect what the UUA stands for today. Article II is where the seven principles and six sources are found. The proposed changes would remove the seven principles and six sources and would replace

Resuscitation, Resurrection, and Reincarnation

Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Resuscitation, Resurrection, and Reincarnation
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The Easter story is replete with opportunities to interpret its “true” meaning. There are seven atonement theories that attempt to explain and give meaning to Jesus’s death on a cross. What if atonement weren’t the point at all? What if Jesus came to live, not to die? What if Easter is a metaphor with an

Beloved Community

Join us this Sunday as Rev. Lee Anne explores the relationship between vulnerability and beloved community. Come prepared for an interactive and participatory service! Mini-Concert: In recognition of Women’s History Month, a program of music by women composers will be performed by Tim Edwards, violin and Jeanne Huebner, piano.

2022–Almost Normal?

Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
Unitarian Universalist Church of Jacksonville
2022--Almost Normal?
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This Sunday is Donna’s annual reflection on the past year. We are also going to be lighting candles in remembrance of the homeless who have died in 2022.