A Month of Sundays

Unitarian Universalist Church of Tampa Sunday Services

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For the month of January our theme is Healing .

January 7, 2018  “Borning and Dying ”  Rev. Patricia A. Owen Order of Service for UUCT, January 7, 2018
Our annual Borning and Dying service is celebrated today. We remember those gone and honor those born among us.

Open house for Buddhism, Taosim and Naturalism at 12:30. All are welcome!


January 14, 2018  “A Heart for Justice”  Rev. Patricia A Owen Order of Service for UUCT, January 14, 2018


January 21, 2018 “Benchmarking the Spiritual Path”  Rev. Christina Hockman Order of Service for UUCT, January 21, 2018
Many people come to church to experience something called “spiritual growth,” but yet it’s something we often don’t talk about. What is spiritual development, and how do you know if you are growing?

Our Guest Speaker will be Rev. Christina Hockman. She is the Minister of Unitarian Universalist Church of Corpus Christi, TX. She is a graduate of Meadville Lombard Theological School. She also holds a B.A. from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL and an M.B.A. from Penn State University. Before seminary, she worked for 13 years in non-profit fundraising for a children’s home and the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia. When she’s not ministering, Chris may be found adventuring with her two rescue dogs, Enzo and Violet, on a yoga mat, and enjoying the warm South Texas weather.


January 28, 2018  “Bending the Arc – Social Justice Reboot Part II”  Rev. Patricia A Owen 


Following this service after coffee time:  Conversations With The Board
Members of the Board of Trustees will be present for conversation after church on the fourth Sunday of the month from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m. The purpose is to open communication and share ideas.  Come with questions and ideas but always with an open mind.

Join Us for Worship Wednesday; VESPERS Every Wednesday at 6:30pm

UUCT will offer a short, contemplative service every Wednesday for anyone and everyone at 6:30-7pm in the sanctuary. The service will last about 30 minutes. There are readings, reflections, music, joys, and concerns and some other components as well! If you are in the area, stop in for a hump day break.