Services begin at 10:30 a.m. Sundays.
Childcare and Religious Education from 10:15 to 11:45.
Coffee & Conversation - 11:30 to 12
The building is wheel chair accessible.
Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund
To make a donation for Hurricane Harvey relief through UUA/UUSC: please go to this website. https://giving.uua.org/harvey-floods
LIFE LONG LEARNING “From Enlightenment to Romanticism”— 4 p.m. on Wednesday, September 27th
Dan Gribbin will lead a discussion of how the concepts of the various movements have influenced us overtime. Read a full description of the program
Retired after 37 years of college teaching, Dan spent much of his career as Professor of English at Ferrum College in Virginia, teaching writing, film, and a variety of literature courses.
“BiketoberFest at UUCOB” Fund-Raising Breakfast Coming on Saturday, October 21
Lots of visitors to the Daytona Beach area for the annual BiketoberFest weekend will be looking for a place to have a great breakfast at a reasonable price – and that’s what the “BiketoberFest at UUCOB Breakfast” will offer. The breakfast will be held at UUCOB from 8:00 until 10:30 AM on Saturday, October 21. The event is being promoted through the Visitor’s Bureau’s “BiketoberFest” web-site, through local media outlets, and through announcements to our membership. Read more details
4th Annual UUCOB Marketplace Fundraiser Coming Soon!
Following the 1968 UUA General Assembly most African-Americans left our congregations over what became known as the Empowerment Controversy. For a summary of these events, I encourage you to read “Not Our Finest Hour.” Rev. Kathy Rickey
Prior to the 10:30 am service, the Discussion Group meets at 9:15 a.m.
After the service join us for "Coffee, Cookies and Conversation"
September 24, 2017
9:15 a.m. Discussion Group Topic: "Storm Evacuations versus Safe Shelters"
10:30 Service: —Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey, “The Power of Story: Do Our Narratives Need Changing?" In many ways, our personal narrative - the story of who we are and what we believe - is shaped by our family of origin and by our early experiences in life. These influences can profoundly affect how we see ourselves and how we view the world. How then would we rewrite those narratives in a way that allows our most authentic selves to shine?
Service Leader: Rita Scheeler
October 1, 2017
9:15 a.m. Discussion Group Topic:
10:30 Service: —Rev. Kathy Tew Rickey, “Radical Hospitality” Simply put, radical means we welcome and accept into our midst anyone, anyone who comes to our congregation's door. We are not there yet, but let’s look at some of the ideals of what it is to be truly, deeply hospitable to the world.
Service Leader: Jean Scott
Standing on the side of love