We look forward to welcoming you to our spiritual home!
We meet Sundays at The Woman's Club
227 N. Center Street, Eustis, Florida
Click to view the January 2015 Communicator
For times and information for our services, please select the Calendar Tab.
Martin Luther King’s Day Parade 2015
Date: Saturday, Jan. 17th in Leesburg
Time: Come whenever you can make it, before 11 am, but if you want to help decorate the float, come at 9 am.
Park where ever you can find a spot, south of W. Magnolia St.
-9 am-help to put decorations on float trailer (Helpful things to bring: tape, scissors, staple gun and staples)
-10 am-line up on Magnolia Street (Call Christie after 9 am at (989) 627-1234 to find out our position # in parade or just look for us (blue and yellow shirts).
-11 am-parade begins ( We were done in 30-40 minutes last year.)
Place to line up: W. Magnolia Street in Leesburg is 1 block south of W. Main Street. We will be somewhere on W. Magnolia St. between 1st and 5th Streets.
Please wear a UU Standing on the Side of Love shirt or any UU shirt. If you ordered a t-shirt, Christie will give them to you at the float on Saturday.
Some of us will walk and carry the 15′ banner. You can see the banner from last year’s parade in the picture slide above. We want more people on that banner! Others will ride on the trailer or in Carl’s pick-up truck, driven by Oz. Although our theme is Standing on the Side of Love, some may want to sit on the float or in the bed of the truck. If so, please bring your own chair. You cannot sit on the floor of the trailer and hang your feet over the edge, because we will have lettering on the side.
If you have questions call Suzie at 561-670-0134 or Christie at 989-627-1234.
Land Dedication Ceremony 2014
Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, was the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lake County Land Dedication ceremony and picnic. Rev. Susan Berryman held the consecration ceremony, which was quite beautiful. Each of us took a piece of biodegradable crepe paper and tied it around some object on the property that appealed to us, with our hopes for our new home. After the ceremony, we had a great picnic with lots of food and music. A couple of us, okay, three, got up and danced to the music, long enough for one song. It was a great time, and we got to interact with each other in a more relaxed setting. In fact, we didn’t always recognize each other! Check out the pictures from the event by clicking on Land Dedication 2014