October through mid-May we meet on Thursdays at 7:00 pm for coffee and socializing. Programs begin at 7:30pm.   


February 2 -Rev. Dr. Robert Tucker PhD., Minister Emeritus of Lakeland UU Congregation - 'Upward and Onward' --For a change of pace, it seems time for some PHILOSOPHY.  To that end, I would offer up my sermon on Plato's famous metaphor of The Cave entitled 'Upward and Onward." This deals not Only with Philosophy but also explicitly with our sever UU PRINCIPLES  and how UU's should relate to the World.

​February 9 - Bob Johnson -  Civil Rights Laws-What you should Know"  This talk is Civil Rights 101, History, Duties of the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.  Plan to participate in a discussion of the topic following the presentation.

February 16 -Arch Bush - "Celebrating Black History Month"  All Americans can proudly celebrate the pervasive influence African Americans have had on our Nation's Culture. The presentation this evening will focus on some examples of Black pioneers in American Sports, music the graphic arts and literature.

February 23 -Bill Danek - 'What's Available in the Fellowship Library to Help Members Prepare and Deliver a program" - Bill Danek who is our Fellowship Librarian, will share resources that are in the library that will assist members n preparing an interesting program.



Henry Gibson Social Hall

Beth Israel Jewish Congregation Synagogue

1115 Del Web Blvd. EAST

Sun City Center, FL 33571

“You don’t go to church to find the people you love, you go to church to love the people you find.”

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   I-75 south. then off at Sun City Center exit 240A (old 46B).     East on FL-674 for 0.8 miles and past 5th traffic light which is at Pebble Beach Blvd.   
  Get into left-turn stacking lane just before McDonalds.    (If you get to US-301, at traffic light, you’ve gone too far.)

  Left (North) onto East Del Webb Blvd.    (at the Kings Crossing shopping Center. McDonalds, Publix, etc)     Travel 0.4 miles to The Synagogue on the right (East)

        We meet in the  Henry Gibson Social Hall (front, street-side of building)       (Park on grass in back. Handicap and regular spaces are available.)

Meeting Place