Many paths. One welcoming and diverse community.

  • Solar Sanctuary
    Solar Sanctuary
  • Field Trip to Sleeping Turtles North
    Field Trip to Sleeping Turtles North
  • Gay Pride Festival 2015
    Gay Pride Festival 2015
  • Move to Amend
    Move to Amend
  • May Love Surround You
    May Love Surround You
  • Honoring Our Veterans
    Honoring Our Veterans
  • Fun in Youth Religious Education
    Fun in Youth Religious Education

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

Long Strange Trip "Evolution"
Monday, April 24, 6:30pm
A multi-part video presentation covering two thousand years of Un...

Mindfulness Meditation
Wednesday, April 26, 6:00pm
Guided meditation and a look at early Buddhist teachings on livin...

"There's No Place Like Home"
Wednesday, April 26, 7:00pm
Families with children are the fastest growing population becomin...

Missed Last Week's Sermon?

*Morning Glory

John Shelby Spong says, “What Easter did was to open the eyes of the disciples so they could see into the heart of God.” Easter may be problematic for many of us UU’s, largely because of the improbability of physical resurrection. But perhaps it can still open a doorway and invite us into spring.

Listen:

 

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Minister's Column

We Covenant Together
In 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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*Morning Glory

John Shelby Spong says, “What Easter did was to open the eyes of the disciples so they could see into the heart of God.” Easter may be problematic for many of us UU’s, largely because of the improbability of physical resurrection. But perhaps it can still open a doorway and invite us into spring.

Listen:

 

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