Our services and gatherings continue to be virtual for at least the first half of 2021. However, we’ve got some great guest ministers and presenters joining us in January to continue our remote sermon series, and we hope you’ll tune in each Sunday to consider new insights and get inspired.
Sunday services are held at 11 am each Sunday via Zoom. Please email Diana at firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom link and with any questions. More details on each sermon will shared here each week. You can also visit our Sermon Library for archived recordings of previous sermons.
- January 3 – It’s a New Year, So Lighten The Load, by Rev. Patrick Munsell
- January 10 – Our Costly Privilege, by Del DeChant
- January 17 – James Reeb and Other UU Martyrs, by Tobi Weisbond
- January 24 – Dr. Kyaien Conner, LSW, MPH, PhD , assistant professor, USF Mental Health Law and Policy
- January 31- Celtic Spirituality, by Rev. Bob Murphy
Sharing & Caring Opportunities
January Share the Plate: Project World Health
Share the Plate is now a month-long collection for a different charity organization each month. When you send your weekly contribution you can send in a check in the mail or via Paypal. Be sure to specify what is for Share the Plate and what is your pledge/weekly donation. This month, our Share the Plate charity is Project World Health
About Project World Health
Project World Health is a non-profit organization run by students at the University of South Florida’ s College of Medicine and College of Pharmacy.
“For more than 19 years we have worked with hundreds of medical students and physicians and have helped thousands of needy children and adults in such areas as Jarabacoa (Dominican Republic), Haiti, and Nicaragua. Each year we travel to the Dominican Republic for a medical mission trip bringing suitcases packed with medications and basic hygienic supplies including anti-parasitic medications, vitamins, toothbrushes, toothpaste, pain and fever medications and other items.”
Dr. Dan Eckstein, the son of one of our congregation members, has been a principal coordinator and participant for most of those 20 years, as has Dr. Jose Colon, a friend and former co-worker.
Exercise Your Green Thumb!
Our community garden has been safely socially distanced a little too long now, and needs some volunteers to help reinvigorate it by adopting a bed. There is still plenty of space available. Please contact email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Build Your Own Theology
The 10 week Unitarian Universalist course, “Building Your Own Theology” will start in Feb 2021. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
About Spirit of Life UU
Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalists is covenantal and eclectic faith community located in Odessa, FL that welcomes seekers from all spiritual, theological and philosophical backgrounds who wish to join in a free, rational and responsible search for truth and meaning in their lives.
Please join us remotely each Sunday at 11am until we can join together in health and safety once more.