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Board of Trustees Meeting

The Next Meeting will take place on March 5th.  Following that meeting, the Board of Trustees will meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 5pm. 

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Announcing “Bridging the Divides:
Fostering Positive Race Relations”
UUCFM OPEN Diversity Committee Workshop Series

The UUCFM O.P.E.N. (Our Purpose: Exclude Nobody) Diversity Committee was formed in 2022
to address, explore, educate, learn about, and respond to the diversity of the human experience
assisting our members, staff, friends and visitors to greet with joy diverse perspectives and
backgrounds. By building on our Congregation’s traditions of outreach, we seek to become an
ever more inclusive, equitable, and culturally dexterous Beloved Community.
We are announcing a 10-week workshop series called "Bridging the Divides: Fostering
Positive Race Relations" to begin early in May on the UUCFM campus. The workshop series is
a collaborative effort by UUCFM and Rev. Dr. Barrion Staples and several local sponsoring

You will be hearing more about this community-wide program in the weeks

For now, we are kicking off a national Faithify (UU version of GoFundMe) campaign this week to help fund the program. We are setting a goal of $5,000 to help defray expenses associated with the program to make it affordable for all to participate.

Please go to this Faithify link to contribute to this important OPEN Diversity program. It’s an all-or-nothing campaign. If we don’t make the goal, we get nothing. So, your contribution is important. Also, post the link on your social media platforms.



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Gina Gottman
"I needed to find a new tribe when we moved here; a church is a family."

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UUCFM Events & Happenings

  • February 28th - Social Justice Book Club, 2:30 p.m. 
  • March 2nd - Living with Loss, Every Saturday, 9:30 a.m. in-person at UUCFM (in the Library) everyone is welcome. 
  • March 2nd - Futures Committee, 10:00 a.m. Zoom. 
  • March 3rd - Sunday Service - 10:30 a.m. Guest Service Leader, Jennifer Grant and the Futures Team as Worship Associates.
  • March 3rd - Rissho Kose-Kai of Fort Myers, 1:00 p.m. We meet every Sunday from 1-3 PM. For info on the specific activity for a given Sunday, please check our website Everyone is always welcome.
  • March 3rd - Library - The library will be open and you can take out books after service.
  • March 4th - Book Club, 1:00 p.m. The Monday Book Group will begin discussing the Coming Wave: Technology, Power and the 21st Century's Greatest Dilemma by Mustafa Suleyman. Please read the Prologue through Ch. 3. 



February Sharing Partner - RESET

Located right here on our campus, RESET is our partner all year long. RESET stands for:






RESET states: To accomplish our mission of inspiring collaborative actions addressing global warming and the restoration of ecological systems, the reset Center is focused on these initiatives:

Work with community-based partners to argue for The Rights of Nature: that nature in all its life forms has the right to exist, to maintain and regenerate its vital cycles, and that humans have the legal authority and responsibility to enforce these rights on behalf of ecosystems.

Serve as a center for the promotion of local, community-grounded agricultural practices that mimic the patterns and relationships found in nature. Collaborate with Florida Gulf Coast University and other groups in establishing and maintaining demonstration plots and other educational facilities related to permaculture, food forestry and regenerative approaches to gardening and small scale food production.

To serve as a hub for organizations, groups, and individuals advocating for clean natural water systems. To assist in developing educational materials suitable for all age groups relating to the causes of water pollution, and the means for bringing about needed restorations.

To act in cooperation with other organizations to educate the public regarding steps that must be taken to impart resiliency and sustainability to the natural world of Southwest Florida. The RESET Center will do this by employing exceptional facilities for conducting educational programs such as a lecture series, short workshops and educational programs for school children.



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Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

Jim Stout
"I love our beautiful Certified Wildlife Habitat campus, it is inspiring to see the native plants and the individual vegetable gardens planted by various members."

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