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Whoever you are, wherever you are on your journey, we bid you welcome.




An Afternoon with Rev. Houston Cypress

Thank you to everyone who attended SWFL RESET Center's workshop with Rev. Houston Cypress on June 26th. 

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Covid Protocol Update


The efficacy of vaccines and treatments has significantly reduced Covid’s danger for most of us.  As a result, the protocols for campus events have been revised: 

  1. Masks will continue to be required in the sanctuary during worship services.
  2. Masks are optional for coffee and other functions in Hobart Hall.
  3. In the library, classrooms, and other small spaces, masks are required UNLESS everyone present agrees otherwise.  We’ll continue to be respectful and protective of those of us whose immunity is impaired.
  4. Worship services will continue to be available on Zoom.

Although the Covid risk level will continue to fluctuate, I’m sure all of us hope the worst of the pandemic is behind us.  We’ll continue to monitor the risk and change the guidelines as needed to protect our congregation.

Please reach out to me with any questions at


Mary Studer

President, Board of Trustees

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This Month's theme is
Widening the Circle
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We have re-opened for Sunday Services! Come join us in person in our beautiful sanctuary.

*** Please note: Due to concerns about COVID and the rising rates of infection in Florida and Lee County, we will be holding Zoom only services until the risk level has returned to a safer level.

Sunday's service may be accessed via Zoom by clicking here.

The Sunday Order of Worship, with virtual stones, is available here.

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From The Weekly Communicator...



We will soon welcome Reverend Sue Gabrielson to UUCFM. She will be traveling from Costa Rica several times during her tenure with us. We want to extend UUCFM RADICAL HOSPITALITY to her when we she visits in person. We have the following opportunities for members to consider as we plan for these visits. Please read the information below and sign up for one or all of the options. Contact Helen Leddy and indicate your preferences and availability.


Join us for a fresh look at Lake Okeechobee Restoration, August 16th 6pm via Zoom


  • Update on the current health & conditions of Lake Okeechobee
  • Status of water flows into and out of the lake
  • How a promising new process by AguaCulture could be the game-changer cleanup of the lake and connecting waterways


Register Here




Follow the crowd to Hobart Hall for refreshments and conversation after the Sunday Service. 


Recently a series of three discussion gatherings for visitors and newer members was enjoyable and informative for the facilitators(!!)--And several Newcomers were regular attendees! Consequently, planning is underway for a new series of discussions. Watch for details in this space in coming weeks. If questions, contact:




For more information about any of these, click here for this week's full Weekly Communicator.

This Day in Unitarian Universalist History

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History August 13

    1818 – Lucy Stone was born in West Brookfield, Massachusetts. An early leader of the movement for women’s rights and suffrage, she worked as a schoolteacher for 10 years before entering Oberlin College, the only college then open to women. She was the first Massachusetts woman to earn a B.A. Reared a Congregationalist, she later became a Unitarian and remained so all her life. She became famous as an orator on behalf of abolition and women’s rights. Stone founded a weekly paper, The Woman’s Journal, with her husband. Read more about Lucy Stone at: - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.

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Joan Hickok
"A liberal religion compatible with my secular Jewish background is important to me."

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