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Sunday Service, November 28

How to Respond to Darkness With Light

This Sunday, we welcome guest speaker Sivan Rotholz. She writes, “With each night of Hanukkah, we are invited to light one more candle than the night before, increasing light in the world. Rooted in ancient traditions, the "Festival of Lights" is about food and family, community and culture, illumination and joy. But, from its inception, the lighting of Hanukkah candles has been about more than miraculous oil or the unlikely story of a people's triumph. Arriving in the depth of winter, Hanukkah invites us to be a light in the face of darkness, to play an active role in illuminating a dark world.”

Mary Anthony serves as worship associate, and Heather Arata provides our story for all ages. Prelude music by Dr. Thomas Royal begins at around 10:50 am. Childcare is provided, but please be sure to reserve a seat for your child.

Seating is limited. Please use this link to register to attend:

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Music Job Opportunities at our Fellowship PDF Print E-mail


Our liberal, music-loving Congregation seeks a Choral Director and also a Collaborative Pianist.

For information about these two job opportunities, please click HERE.

Pandemic Update - Our Fellowship's Guidelines PDF Print E-mail


Our Fellowship's guidlines for reopening our campus rely on the Alachua County's Covid transmission risk level as determined by Covid Act Now. Currently, our risk level is currently "medium." Per Governing Board guidelines, limited building use is permitted. As our county's risk level declines, we look forward to opening our facilities to more activity. For information, please contact our office at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it / 352-377-1669.

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Sunday Services:
11 am - 12 pm (sanctuary)
Our worship services usually include music, a sermon, and time for quiet reflection. Social hour and refreshments follow.

Children/Youth Programming:
11 am - 12:15 pm
Children and youth join the adults for the first portion of the service, then go to their classrooms. Refreshments and play time follows.

Childcare is available from 10 am to 1 pm on Sundays.

Coffee - Conversation:
Phillips Hall after the Service

Rainbow Heart

We are a

Accessible Facility




We are wheelchair accessible; have assisted listening devices available, a hearing loop, and braille hymnals.

We strive to address issues of chemical sensitivity.

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