Sunday Services

Find us in-person and online every Sunday to connect with one another and join in worship.
We hold our Sunday Services at 11:00 a.m.
We are meeting in-person at Profound Revelations Studio,
316 W Jefferson St, Brooksville, FL

Turn into parking lot on left, just past the sign for COMBS Appliance Repair (the blue building).

We send information on joining us Online to our email list each week. To sign up, complete the form HERE .

Each Sunday Service includes the affirmation written by our congregation:
Love is the spirit of this church
And service is its law.
Our religion is based
On our common humanity
Our common search for meaning.
We are respectful of what we share
And of our differences.
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Upcoming Services


May 12, 2024 – Mother God
Diane Rickert will present our Mother’s Day program with a twist.




May 5, 2024 – We Are All Equal, but some of us are more equal.
Ellen Paul will present the ‘rest of the story’ about the campaigns to gain women the right to vote in the United States.



April 28, 2024 – Intergenerational Relationships
Guest speaker Nichelle Mohre-Cassidy will share experiences and insights from interacting with people of all generations from her many roles at work, in the community, and at home.


April 21, 2024 – Earth Care Collective
Robert Keim, Chaplain, will explore the ethic of risk vs. the ethic of control, and the individual vs. the collective for Earth Care.

Photo:  Witness for Earth Community,

April 14, 2024 – We Need To Talk About Rafah
Irene Keim will offer a reflection by Starhawk, who grew up in a Jewish family. Starhawk addresses the tumultuous emotions from working for peace for the Palestinians and carrying the trauma of past genocides of the Jews.

Photo:  The

April 7, 2024 – Farm to Fork
As our food moves from Farm to Fork, we have opportunities to live into our Seventh Principle and our Value of Interdependence. Bob Keim will explore some of the many choices we make daily.


March Theme – Transformation

March 31, 2024 – Transformation Can Be Personal
Three perspectives on personal transformation – Carll Peterson, Jennifer Merkosky, and Andy LePage, Ph.D., moderated by Irene Keim.

Photo:  Milkweed in the Swamp by Bob Webb


March 24, 2024 – Remember the Ladies!
UU Women gave caring service throughout the country and territories. Ellen Paul will share a few of their inspiring stories.  Afterwards, join us for a light luncheon potluck.



March 17, 2024 – Herding Cats and Other Unitarian Universalist Humor
Sometimes humor is truthful and sometimes … Not.  Join Robert Keim to explore the differences.
Congregational Meeting after the Service – Building Circle Progress.

Photo:  Sophia Green

March 10, 2024 – A Tulalip Story of Water
“A place becomes a home when it sustains you…” Robert Keim, Chaplain, will share a story of water in honor of World Water Day which is March 22.



March 3, 2024 – Olympia Brown – Life and Legacy
Rev. Olympia Brown was the first woman ordained by Universalists – the first woman in the United States to be ordained as clergy with the consent of her denomination. And, that is not all she accomplished. Ellen Paul will share the stories of her legacies.



February Theme – Justice and Equity

February 25, 2024 – What Is Our Purpose?
“What is our purpose?  What is our calling?” asks Tom Dye.



February 18, 2024 – Tolerance Is A Loaded Word
Definitions belong to the definers, not the defined.
Toni Morrison

Irene Keim will lead a discussion of the limits and dangers of Tolerance.


February 11, 2023 – A Christ-Loving Atheist and a Christ-Loving Man of Reason; Two Great Minds That Think Alike
Brenda Auch and Karin Clarke will present a service to compare the reflections on the Christ figure from 2 very different times and approaches.

Photos:  GettyImages & University of Oregon


February 4, 2024 – For the Beauty of Earth:  Justice, Equity and the Environment
Robert Keim, Chaplain will discuss the differences between environmentalism and climate justice.


Join us for Feb. Birthday celebration, our monthly first Sunday tradition.

Photo:  1970 Earth Day poster, Peter Max


January Theme – Liberating Love

January 28, 2024 – The Wide Path of Unitarian Universalism
What defines and bounds Unitarian Universalism?  Robert Keim, Chaplain will share insights from our faith tradition.

Photo:  from the Final Draft, Article II, Claire Pullen,



January 21, 2024 – The Oak Tree in My Window
In honor of this 100th year of Arbor Day, Irene Keim will lead our celebration of our relationships with trees and their kin.

Photo:  Resurrection Fern,

January 14, 2024 – Radical Activism – From Martin Luther King, Jr to Ta-Nehisi Coates
Robert Keim, Chaplain, recounts MLK’s Letter from Birmingham Jail and explores recent reflections from Ta-Nehisi Coates’ admonitions to his son.


January 7, 2024 – Liberating Love
Ellen Paul reminds us that, ‘Love holds all of you.”  You are invited to join us for conversation and a light potluck lunch after the service.

Photo:  Entwined by

December Theme – Stories

December 31, 2023 – 5th Sunday Soundings – Looking Forward; Looking Backward
On the brink of a New Year, we take time to reflect, give thanks and look in anticipation towards 2024. As is our custom, the 5th Sundays include creative creations of multiple of our members and friends.


December 24, 2023 – The Mystery of Christmas

What is Christmas? Christmas is a creation story steeped in mystery. But the birth of the baby Jesus shrinks this story and prevents us from focusing on mystery itself. We will try to fathom what mystery really is, and why it is important in life. For the Indigenous Peoples, mystery is part and parcel of their life. It gives them a sense of who they are and helps them fine tune their purpose. But for many Westerners, we live with little sense of mystery, and therefore many of us experience a diminished sense of purpose. Albert Einstein and Rabbi Heschel spoke volumes about mystery; we will let their words flow into us as we celebrate the mystery of Christmas. And we’ll sing anew, the old Christmas carols!  Andy LePage, Ph.D. will be the Service Leader.

December 17 – Winter Solstice Celebration 2023
Karin Clarke and Brenda Auch will lead us in celebrating the turning of the season with poetry and song – lots of singing!

Photo:  Brenda Auch + AI


December 10, 2023 – I made a Change and Changed my Life
Ellen Paul will moderate a panel who describe how they changed their lives. This is continuing the theme of the role of story in our lives.



December 3, 2023 – Our Unitarian Universalist Story
Robert Keim will introduce our theme for the month with examples of  defining stories that reflect and guide our communities.

Photo:  What Would Nature Do –

November Theme – Generosity

November 26, 2023 – What Do We Mean:  UU is a Living Tradition?
We covenant to support and assist one another.  How?  Irene Keim will lead us in a group discussion of our Living Tradition.

Artist:  Claire Pullen



November 19, 2023 – The Other Side of the Pond
“There are some who are waiting for us.  I can feel it.”  Robert Keim will reflect on our relationships to ancestry – forward and backwards.

Artist:  Ricardo Levins Morales



November 12, 2023 – A Life of Service

Joe Rosa will share stories and insights from a life of service in his professional career.



November 5, 2023 – The Paradox of Generosity
Robert Keim will expand the thought of, “There are many reasons to treat each other with great tenderness.”



October 29, 2023 – Imagination and Creativity – 5th Sunday Soundings
Members and Friends will share poetry, readings and art.  All are welcome.





October 22, 2023 – House and Home – UUs in Boston
Boston has history and Unitarian and Universalist history is deeply entwined in that history.  Irene Keim will provide a bit of a Walking Tour of downtown Boston, starting with 25 Beacon Street.

Photo:  25 Beacon Street,




October 15, 2023 – Faith and Doubt in Community
Robert Keim will reflect on being in community based on Unitarian Universalist values.

Photo:  Artist Unknown


October 8, 2024 – Indigenous People’s Day, 2023:  Cherokee Wisdom
As the title suggests, Robert Keim will honor Indigenous People’s Day (Oct. 9, 2023) with stories and wisdom, both historical and current.

Photo:  Kindred Spirits memorial, Ireland


October 1, 2023 – Joseph Priestley, Experimental Chemist …and a Unitarian Trailblazer 
Ellen Paul will reflect on the trials and triumphs of Joseph Priestly that lead to his journey to America.





September 24, 2023 – Ever Willing:  Becoming the People Our World Needs
A video presentation of a portion of the Sunday Service from UUA General Assembly 2023 held last June. The videos are interleaved with in-person music and readings. The sermon is presented by Rev. Manish Mishra-Marzetti, Sr. Minister at UU Congregation of Ann Arbor (Michigan). Rev. Manish addresses uncertainty and concern in our world.

Photo:  Rev. Danielle DiBona, Rev. Manish Mishra-Marzetti,
Janice Marie Johnson –

September 17, 2023 – From Beloved Community to Environmental Justice
A video presentation of Rev. Dr. Sophia Betancourt, UUA President, discussing the links from Beloved Community to Environmental Justice with the 8th Principle Group.

Photo:  Blowing the Shofar,


September 10, 2023 – Callings of Unitarian Universalist Theology
Robert Keim, Chaplain, will reflect on how our UU Theology calls us to be in the world.


Photo:  UUCiP T-Shirt Art

September 3, 2023 – OYO, Y’all
Ellen Paul and Friends will give personal accounts of what drew them to this congregation.
A Special Collection will be available for Maui Disaster Relief.





August 27, 2023 – The Everyday, Mostly Human, Interdependent Web 
Examine with Robert Keim, Chaplain, the entanglement of our actions and all life.  Also, an overview of the new Unitarian Universalist Pocket Guide.  A Special Collection will be available for Maui Disaster Relief.


August 20, 2023 – Part 3 – Combatting Fascism Within and Without
Video, Part 3 – Responses to the 2023 Berry Street Essay by Rev. Dr. Elizabeth Stevens and C.B. Beal, providing examples of fascist tactics and how our communities of faith and we individually can respond. Irene Keim will provide summary of the follow-up webinars hosted by UUA Side With Love department.

Photo:  UU Church of the Palouse, Moscow, Idaho Right Half built in 1905, Left half in 2022.

August 13, 2023 – Combating Fascism Within and Without – Part 2
Rev. Cecilia Kingman concludes the 2023 Berry Street Essay, providing examples of fascist tactics in the larger world, our communities of faith and in our individual actions.  Irene Keim will provide summary of the first follow-up webinar hosted by UUA Side With Love department.


Photo:  My Little Pony with diamond Cutie Mark,

August 6, 2023 – Combating Fascism – Within and Without – Part 1
Rev. Cecilia Kingman presents the 203rd Berry Street Essay on the tactics and suggested responses to the growth of fascism in our midst.



July Theme – Play

July 30, 2023 – Fifth Sunday Soundings
Our quarterly Fifth Sunday will include readings and poetry – and jokes – from our ever-creative members and friends.


July 16, 2023 – Creative Musician Takes On AI
Our Sunday Service theme for July is PLAY. John St. John will share his insights about artificial intelligence tools in the world of music.

Photo:  Unknown


July 9. 2023  –  If There Is a God, She’s a Comedian
Brenda Auch will offer her insight and humor for our Sunday Reflection.  Join us for a light pluck lunch afterwards.

Photo: Buddha Doodles – Molly Hahn


July 2, 2023 – Wacky History and Indoor Picnic
With the heat index rising this weekend, we will move our Holiday Picnic indoor,  introduce a game that includes fun history questions and celebrate July birthdays among us and beyond.

Image source unknown

June Theme – Wonder

June 25, 2023 – Creedalism?
Whether you spell the word ‘creedal’ or ‘credal,’ Bob Keim’s reflection on the challenges built into creeds will get you thinking.

Image:  Charlottesville ministers,


June 18, 2023 – Connecting to the Spirit
The very talented Patria Dye will bring thoughts and music about Spirituality.

Photo Image:  Patria Dye


June 11, 2023 – Hasidic Judaism – Joy and Prayer
Don Traxler brings us insight into the joy and prayer that are foundational to Hasidic Judaism.


June 4, 2023 – Living in Wonder
Ellen Paul reminds us that we can find awe in the ordinary, the commonplace!  Join us for a light potluck lunch afterwards.


May Theme – Introspection

May 28, 2023 – Politics and Religion: Spirituality in Today’s America
Robert Keim, Chaplain, will offer his perspective about the mix of religion and politics in our history and now.   Music will include the 1911 version of American the Beautiful and the 1971 version of Imagine.


May 21, 2023 – We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest
Rev. Gail R. Geisenhainer recounts the first time she encountered a UU congregation, and the response was not what she expected. The sermon was delivered at a UUA General Assembly Sunday Service.  Music by Sweet Honey on the Rock.


May 14, 2023 – Mother’s Day, Womanhood, and the Goddess
A trio of members will present reflections on the stages of Womanhood:  Maiden, Mother, and Crone.  Irene Keim, Brenda Auch, and Rosemarie are the panel of speakers.

Photo:  Beverly Ash Gilbert



May 7, 2023 – The Empty Bowl
How do we view uncertainty?  How do we define Hope?  Barbara Ford has  some provocative thoughts about these words, and Robert Keim will share them with us during the Sunday Service.


Read More summaries of past services.

Past Sermons

Where Stars Touch the Horizon
Robert B. Keim 03-28-2021

A Celebration of Remembrance and Inspiration
31st Anniversary of UUCiP
Robert and Irene Keim – 01-24-2021

That’s What Friends Are For.
Ellen Paul  – 8/2/2020

A Recipe is Not Sacrosanct
Irene Keim – 5/10/2020

Difficult Listening 
Chaplain Robert Keim – 6/9/2019

Standing Rock Elders Teach Respect and Connection:
Chaplain Robert and Irene Keim – 7/8/2018

The Paradox of Generosity
Chaplain Robert Keim, adapted from Rev. Meredith Garmon – 2/4/2018

Prison Ecology
Chaplain Robert Keim – 1/7/2018

Oops! Wow! Thanks! Gimme! – UUs and Prayer
Chaplain Robert Keim, adapted from Rev. Carolyn Lackey – 11/19/2017

They Take Our Jobs! – A Reflection on Immigration
Chaplain Robert Keim, adapted from Rev. James Leach, – 9/3/2017

Slow Violence – Ecological Sustainability
Chaplain Robert Keim – 7/7/2017

Chaplain Robert Keim – 5/14/2017

The Riddle of Fishing
Chaplain Robert Keim – 9/11/2016

The Land Ethic – A Fierce Green Fire
Chaplain Robert Keim 0 2/28/2016