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Sunday at UUCOV

Upcoming Worship Services

Service:  10:00am

Adult RE  in Asta Linder House
9:00am

Youth Religious Education:
10:00 (starts in sanctuary)
Child care provided, if needed.

Coffee Social: 11:00

Visitor FAQs

1971 Pinebrook Rd, Venice, Fl 34292
941-485-2105

office@uucov.org

Map and directions

Upcoming services & adult RE

Services: 10:00am 

Adult RE: 9:00am

Youth Religious Education: 10:00am
(starts in sanctuary)
Child care provided

Visitor FAQs

1971 Pinebrook Rd
Venice, Fl 34292
941-485-2105

office@uucov.org

Map and directions

Happenings at UUCOV

Video Lecture Series: "Unexpected Economics"
Thursday, May 25, 7:00pm
Pathways for Crime and Crime Fighting, Terrorism as an Occupation...

Mindfulness Meditation
Wednesday, May 31, 6:00pm
Guided meditation and a look at early Buddhist teachings on livin...

"Four Visionary Women of Venice: Ann Worthington Manning, Louella Albee, Elizabeth Savage Owens & Frances Bourne."
Tuesday, June 13, 1:30pm
Presenter: Betty Intagliata. A highly regarded historical interpr...

Missed Last Week's Sermon?

*All That Jazz

Duke Ellington wrote, "Jazz has always been like the kind of a man you wouldn't want your daughter to associate with." Jazz does have an unsavory reputation for some, but for many others jazz is at the heart of American music and democracy.

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Minister's Column

We Covenant Together
Khleber150x150In the ancient Near East, a covenant was a promise that defined a relationship. As it has come down to us through the biblical text, such a relationship could be between a king and his subjects, or between a deity and his/her chosen people, or between two humans or groups of regular humans. Some of those biblical covenants were conditional, i.e., if one of the parties acts in this way, then the other will act in that way. Often, though, ancient covenants were unconditional, in that the...
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What's New at UUCOV

Tackle Poverty-Help a Child Read

Getting a child off to a solid start with reading is one of the best weapons we have to attack poverty. The Laurel Civic Association holds a summer reading program and is in need of volunteers. For just a small amount of your time, you can help...


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A Thank You to Nan

A thank you celebration is being planned for the May 28th Sunday service to acknowledge Nan’s work and support to all of us over her years as UUCOV’s Office Administrator. She has tirelessly supported the Teams, Committees, several ministers,...


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*All That Jazz

Duke Ellington wrote, "Jazz has always been like the kind of a man you wouldn't want your daughter to associate with." Jazz does have an unsavory reputation for some, but for many others jazz is at the heart of American music and democracy.

Listen:

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