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13411 Shire Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912

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


Mary's Commissioning Service

We had a beautiful and full service on May 14. Mary Cline Golbitz was commissioned as Lay Minister. The new Holley Rauen Environmental Leadership Award was presented to Holley Rauen. Meg Macy signed the membership book to become a member of our congregation. The new Banned Book Library was started. 

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13411 Shire Lane
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This Month's theme is
Widening the Circle
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*** Please Note ***
In lieu of this Sunday's service, we will be gathering online only via Zoom to offer comfort and support to each other in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian. Please join us as we come together in community to share our grief, trauma, and offer consolation.

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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13411 Shire Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912



Our Newsletters


Living Into Generosity

Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

Jennifer Grant
“I loved the people who were very warm and welcoming. During my first service the lay leader mentioned the Unitarian Universalist principles and he talked about the first one – The Inherent Worth and Dignity of all People! I knew I was home!”

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There will be a potluck this Sunday after service. Please bring a dish to pass!



UUA Principles Discussion


The UUA is Considering changing the Principles (you may remember this topic from a recent service).  


This Sunday at 2:00pm via Zoom, Rev. Sue will be facilitating a discussion about this topic (use the same link as for the Sunday service). In June, our delegates to the UUA General Assembly will be voting on whether to continue to explore this major change. We would like to hear your opinion. You can also join us on June 11th, in person following the service for the same discussion.  




Connections! ~ UU and You*

Sundays, June 18 & 25 ~9:00-10:00 a.m. Room 2


June 18:

What do you want to retain from your past religious heritage?

What are you looking for from UUCFM and Unitarian Universalism in general?


June 25:

The Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism & Sources

How to take our values out into the world!


Guided discussion with Marge Gonzalez, V.P. Membership.


Refreshments served ~ Sign up appreciated.


*All who are seeking community are welcome! Attendance at both sessions is optimal.



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This Day in Unitarian Universalist History

  • This Day in Unitarian Universalist History June 4

    1901 – Joseph H. Jordan died at the age of 59. He was born a black free man in West Norfolk, Virginia, in June of 1842. After trying his hand as a laborer and grocer, he achieved financial success as a carpenter. Jordan was ordained as a Baptist minister in 1880 but he became a Universalist after reading The Plain Guide to Universalism by Thomas Whittemore. The Universalist Ordaining Council voted to ordain him as the first African-American Universalist minister. Read more about Joseph H. Jordan at: - the digital library of Unitarian Universalism.

    The post June 4 first appeared on Harvard Square Library.

Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

Diane Buckley
“I need to admit that it is the love that I find here that sustains me. It lifts me up when I most need it. It helps me to make a difference in this world and that is what gives my life meaning.”

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