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Initiative Update and What a Bummer

9:30 Discussion Group. The Community Initiative Committee will provide an “Update – Looking for a Congregation Community Initiative”  ONSITE ONLY.

11:00 Celebration of Life. Rev. Kaaren Anderson’s topic will be “Existential Bummer.” ONSITE and VIA ZOOM. (click here to watch on Zoom).

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Recent News

  • Lake County’s Population Explosion Part 3: Citizens Town HallLake County's Population Explosion Part 3: Citizens Town Hall
    On August 21, 2022 at 6:30 pm, Tri-City Branch NAACP will present Part 3 of their series on growth in Lake County. County leaders will hear from Lake County citizens. Click or tap on the title for details.
  • Conservation SymposiumConservation Symposium
    UUCLC was honored to partner with 14 other organizations for the Lake County Conservation Symposium held April 30 at Trout Lake Nature Center. The event was chaired by our own Jane Hepting. Karen Woolhouse and Karen Frank were in charge of lunch, and Janeane Reagan and Bernie Greenberg talked with folks at our exhibit.
  • UUCLC Hosts Forum on Examining the 2022 Florida Legislative Session on Zoom January 30.
    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 ...
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  • Transgender Day of Remembrance – November 20, 2022 October 11, 2022
    On Sunday November 20, we will host a very special event during our usual 9:30 Discussion and 11:00 Service times honoring the “Transgender Day of Remembrance.” Every year throughout the world, TDOR is observed to recognize the transgender people murdered over the previous year. Most of the people killed are women of color and ...
  • Recent COVID Exposure – October 5, 2022 October 11, 2022
    We have had a case of COVID-19 at our Sunday services and potluck on October 2nd. Anyone who attended an event on Sunday should consider themselves exposed. The CDC guidelines recommend the following: Wear a high quality mask immediately, any time you are around others inside your home or indoors in public. Day 1 is the first ...
  • COVID Restrictions Lifted – September 25, 2022 September 22, 2022
    The Safe Congregation Committee is happy to report that Covid Risk Status in Lake County is now Low.  CDC guidelines do not require masks at this level. It is recommended to: Stay up to date with Covid Vaccines Get tested if you have symptoms People may mask at any time. People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure ...
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