Category: News

Article II (Seven Principles) Commission

The UUA is currently involved in a review of Article II of the by-laws of the UUA (commonly referred to as the Seven Principles).

They are currently holding discussion/feedback sessions regarding this important work and would like your feedback.  Please join one of the remaining informational … read more.

In Memoriam: Christel Behnke Gehlert

We are saddened to learn of the passing of one of our own:  Christel Behnke Gehlert of Fort Wayne, IN and Jupiter, FL died surrounded by family at home on June 19, 2022. She was 80 at the time of her death.

Christel was born September … read more.

National Voter Registration Day

Tuesday, September 20th is National Voter Registration Day and on that day our Racial Justice Subcommittee in coordination with Florida Rising will be hosting a public voter registration drive in our Ministers’ Hall from 4-7 pm.  Every voice counts — so if you aren’t yet … read more.

Updated Covid Guidelines as of 8.20.2022

The Board has approved updated Covid-19 guidelines on campus. This was done to bring our guidelines more directly in line with the updated CDC guidelines, due to the desire of congregants to have more flexibility for events on campus, and to allow for individuals to … read more.

2023 Ministerial Search Cottage Meeting Information

Updated Ministerial Cost Projections and Possible Effect on Endowment (Please look especially at the Summary – Scenario 1, 1A Budget, and 1B Endowment documents as those were projections used to determine the amount for the Proposed Motion. The additional projections are assuming zero return and … read more.

In Memoriam: Dr. Richard Palermo

We have learned that long term and beloved member of this congregation Dr. Richard “Rich” Palermo died on Friday, June 10, 2022.

Rich died peacefully, in his sleep. He was a 27 year resident of Jupiter. After 25 years of building and maintaining a highly … read more.

Question Box Sunday

From time to time, our congregation offers a “Question Box Sunday”. This is an opportunity for people to ask the minister a question and s/he will answer it during a Sunday Service.

This question can be theological, church-oriented or any other question you wish to … read more.

Notification of New Covid-19 Building Parameters

The Board of Trustees has approved new Covid-19 building use parameters on campus. Due to the changing landscape of Covid-19 and the CDC’s changing to the Community Level three color system rather than the five color Community Transmission system (which CovidActNow was based upon), the … read more.

Racial Justice Common Read: Caste

This year, our congregation, led by our Racial Justice Subcommittee of our Justice Action Ministry will be reading together Caste.  Caste is written by Isabel Wilkerson, the Pulitzer Prize–winning, bestselling author of The Warmth of Other Suns.  In it, she examines the unspoken caste system that has shaped America and shows how our lives today are still defined by a hierarchy of human divisions.