Recent News

  • UUCLC Hosts Forum on Examining the 2022 Florida Legislative SessionUUCLC Hosts Forum on Examining the 2022 Florida Legislative Session
    The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lake County invites you to join us for an Online Social Justice Forum Examining the 2022 Florida Legislative Session in Light of Our Values 7 p.m. on Sunday, January 30, 2022 The 2022 Florida Legislative Session is scheduled from January 11th to March 11th. UU Justice Florida has identified many important pending ...
  • We’re Going Solar!We're Going Solar!
    After months of anticipation, we broke ground on our solar array, and installation of the solar panels is complete!  Still to come: Installation of the electrical line from the array to the building City inspection/approval Connection to Duke Energy’s source line and review/approval of the legal documentation. Fencing and landscaping If you wish to see for yourself, the ...
  • “Keep the Care” Rally for the North Lake County Hospital District – September 9"Keep the Care" Rally for the North Lake County Hospital District - September 9
    Our UUCLC Social Justice and Environment (SJE) Committee wants UU members to be informed about the potential loss of a major source of local funding for indigent health care.  Florida Representative Anthony Sabatini has convinced the Chair of the North Lake County Hospital District Board to eliminate the funding by setting the tax millage at ...
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Announcements

  • COVID Update – No Small Group Meetings in the Church at This Time December 27, 2021
    Based on the recommendations of the Safe Congregation Committee, the board is closing the church to all small group meetings until the Covid numbers indicate that it is safe to resume.  Meanwhile, the Sunday services are live with restrictions that include KN95 or N95 masks, social distancing, limited capacity, and social gatherings outside only and ...
  • Mask Update November 23, 2021
    Effective Sunday November 21st, we will be able to wear the mask of our choice for events at the church.  KN95 and N95 masks will no longer be required, though they do offer the most protection and you may wish to continue to wear them. We will continue to observe hand washing, social distancing, and ...
  • We’re Baaack November 3, 2021
    Sunday Services are now in-person and on Zoom, and many meetings and activities are also now in person. Here are the COVID protocols our Safe Congregation Committee has provided for all in-person activities in the Church. KN95/N95 masks must be worn inside the building Use hand sanitizer upon entering the building Observe social distancing (2 chair separation between ...
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