Nature Coast
Unitarian Universalists

7633 North Florida Avenue
Citrus Springs, FL 34434

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Nature Coast Unitarian Universalist (NCUU) has been providing an alternative religious voice in Citrus and southwestern Marion Counties, Florida since 1998. Our congregation is a welcoming, inclusive, liberal religious community. At NCUU you will find variety ranging from the traditional sermon and hymn service to participatory services which can include earth-centered holidays, lay-led services, or special services.  The Nature Coast Unitarian Universalist fellowship is a community of people with diverse beliefs welcoming others without regard to race, color, physical ability, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age or national origin. We hold services every Sunday at 10:30. For directions click here.  

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NCUU Annual Flower Service

The flowers given and received during this service will serve as metaphors for gifts we give to and receive from this beloved community.

We will be reminded of how we each serve our congregation in different ways and what we expect to gain from our membership. We are all different, as are the flowers, but together we make a beautiful bouquet.

Please bring a flower of your own choosing
or select a flower that calls to you from the bouquets provided

Today’s special flower service will address the following Unitarian Universalist principles:

1. The inherent worth and dignity of every person

3. Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations



Annual NCUU Choir Performance

Let us Sing/Say It With Music

Music has always been an integral part of every religious tradition. Music has a unique way of reaching people, of expressing feelings and ideas, of setting a tone of joy, sadness, and contemplation. Music has the unique power of achieving all this, with or without words. Welcome to our annual NCUU Choir performance as we sing and express our UU principles in music.


Bill & Eli Perras



The Unitarian Universalist Story

by Rev Richard Fewke

Jean McCauley will read, with permission, a sermon written by Rev. Richard Fewkes, Minister Emeritus at First Parish Bridgewater Unitarian Universalist Church in Bridgewater, MA. The sermon is entitled, “The Unitarian Universalist Story”. His sermon describes some well-known and some not so well-known Unitarians and Universalists, as well as the journey of Unitarian Universalists in America.

Come prepared to participate by sharing images of these Unitarians and Universalists. Plan to stay for the Talk Back/Discussion to share your own story about your personal journey to Unitarian Universalism.

Jean has been a UU since 1988. She was looking for a place for her boys to be “churched” and UU was recommended to her by a friend. She started attending the UU fellowship in Greenville, SC and learned, like many others, that she had been a UU all her life and just didn’t know it! Jean is a charter member of NCUU and believes wholeheartedly in maintaining and supporting a liberal religious tradition in Citrus County.

 Jean will address the following

 Unitarian Universalist principles:

3. Acceptance of one another and encouragement to
    spiritual growth in our congregations

4. A free and responsible search for truth and meaning

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