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HCT February 2021

How to Handle Toxic Behavior

This month the Healthy Congregation Team’s column focuses on how to handle toxic behavior from friends, family, co-workers, and other acquaintances. Examples of toxic behavior are people who are “narcissists, compulsive liars, sociopaths, manipulators, gossipers, and those wallowing in … read more.

Minister’s Message February 2021

Back in November I finally got around to watching the documentary “The Social Dilemma” on Netflix. In the documentary, leaders of social media companies like Facebook and Instagram talk about how they have seen the negative impacts of their products on people’s lives. The … read more.

Minecraft for Kids January 2021

 Minecraft for Kids (ages 7-11)

Do you have a Minecraft fan in your life who is between 7 and 11 years old? Do they miss interacting with the other BBUUC Kids? Would you like them to be able to connect with other children the same age … read more.

Family RE January 2021

Family Religious Education, Sundays, 10:00-11:00 am

The Whole Family is invited to attend together and connect via Zoom for Family RE. Prepare to find the sacred and the silly as we walk this road together. 

This month we’re exploring the many ways our … read more.

Pizza in the Fifth Dimension January 2021

Pizza with the Simpsons is changing to Pizza in the Fifth Dimension

2nd & 4th Fridays – January 8th & 22nd – 6:30-8:00 pm – This program is for ages 12-112.  

Friday night is traditionally pizza night for a lot of folks. So, grab a slice or … read more.

Minister’s Message January 2021

This year we are exploring the theme of stories in worship. We are looking at how the stories we tell shape who we are and how we live our lives. We are looking at how the stories of our living tradition of Unitarian Universalism … read more.

ICARE Report for January 2021

As 2020 ends, I want to reflect on ICARE initiatives that positively affected the lives of Jacksonville residents this past year. 


Hundreds of Duval County youths, and thousands statewide, have received Civil Citations instead of being arrested for common youthful offenses. Civil Citations require the youths … read more.