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One Place, All Faiths
Creating a Caring, Justice-seeking Community

We invite you to join us in our mission and share our vision . . .

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A center for liberal religious education for people of all ages

A haven for those seeking a positive spiritual experience

A community of caring and committed individuals diverse in identity and theology

A positive force in the community for justice and equality

Cap off the service with a ‘cuppa’ coffee and convivial conversation. 

Sunday Services begin at 11 a.m. They take place in “The Dome,” our signature sanctuary (above, flanked by our “Small Dome” on the right, UUCT’s original meeting place), and are typically followed by coffee and fellowship, along with a host of activities – some planned, others spontaneous. You never can tell what might be happening on any given Sunday (unless you check here on our website, or come and find out for yourself). See you in church!  


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11am Sunday Service, July 5, 2015
‘All Men (sic) are Created Equal’
The Reverend Doak M. Mansfield

A consideration of the idealism of the Declaration of Independence and the reality of justice for other than heterosexual persons (lesbian, gay, transgender, bi-sexual, and pan-sexual persons) in America and the world.

 

Special musical guest will be Singer/songwriter and wanderlust Mama Gina. Mama Gina feels most at home when she can feel the earth beneath her feet and taste the freedom of the open sky. With down-to-earth, bluesy vocals, a bit of humor, and straight-ahead, rhythmic, acoustic guitar, she tells the true stories that fall into her head and heart. She sings of life, death and rebirth. She sings of holding on and letting go. She sings of her spiritual connection to the natural world, and of our responsibility to nurture both the mundane and the magical. When she is not performing, you just might find her camping in the woods seeking inspiration from the earth beneath her feet and that vast, open sky.


 

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UUCT has reached its 60th Anniversary year!
Sunday, September 27th has been set aside as our special day of celebration and remembrance, beginning with a worship service at 11:00. This will be followed by lunch, a photo collage and recognition of clergy and members, past and present, which helped to shape our history. The 60th logo design contest was won by John Powers.

You can order your 60th Anniversary T-shirts starting today! Judy Lane will be at the front entrance before and after service, this Sunday and next, she will take your order and you can expect delivery the first week of August.

 

We’re Looking For More Information For Our 60th Anniversary Survey!
You have told us where you came from when you joined UUCT; you have told us when you came. As we continue toward our 60th Anniversary Celebration in September, now we would like to collect the spiritual history of our congregation…. On the back wall you will see a graphic wheel – depicting the main religious groups in the country.

Please take a moment and place a star indicating where you began your spiritual path before becoming a UU.

 


Please visit our Month of Sundays page where you will get a long-range view of our services at a glance!


There is always something interesting, fun, challenging,
or intellectually stimulating going on at UUCT.

Whether it’s an annual event like our All-Music Service or an impromptu discussion about the events of the day or working on one of our many committees, there really is “something for everyone” here. See for yourself. Click the links below…and we’ll see you soon!

  • Click here to see what’s coming up in the next couple weeks.
  • Click here to see our longer-term Scheduled Events and Ongoing Activities.
  • Click here to see our UU Humanist Events and Activities.
  • Click here to see Concerts in the UU Dome
  • Click here to see past Sunday services on Youtube

Staff Office Hours

Rev. Dr. Doak Mansfield Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday; 10am-2pm. Wednesday & Friday are Rev. Doak’s days off — only urgent calls, please. Call Doak at 601-498-0906 or e-mail  minister@uutampa.org with questions, ideas, needs, and to confirm his office availability.

Erin Powers, Director of Religious Education for Children & Youth Thursday 9am-3pm; E-mail dre@uutampa.org.

Linda Turnipseed, Office Assistant Tuesday & Thursday 9am-2pm; E-mail info@uutampa.org.


 

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