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

​November 30 – Dr. Bob Johnson  -  “Thoughtful Views on Agnosticism”
In this lecture agnosticism will be defined and the views of Thomas Huxley (who created the terms agnostic and agnosticism in 1869 to sum up his thoughts about the “unknowable”), Robert Ingersoll (who was the author of a book titled “Why I Am An Agnostic”), and the Rev. Cynthia Landrum, minister of the Unitarian Universalist (UU) Church of East Liberty in Clarklake, Michigan will be discussed.  Other views will be given.

December 7 - Dr. Robert Tucker  -  “No Greater Love”
On Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, this sermon honors the sacrifices of our nation’s veterans.  [This sermon’s title was also used on his sermon about UU martyr James Reeb—but that was a totally different message about civil rights and not related to veterans.]

December 14 - Arch Bush  -  “Everyone Brings a Favorite Poem”
This was one of the most enjoyable programs of our Summer Program series.  Tonight, Arch will present a couple of his favorite poems and explain why they are meaningful to him.  Then each attendee will be invited to present his or herfavorite poem and discuss its meaning.

This Thursday evening, we will join together for a holiday celebration at the Sandpiper Grille Restaurant, 1702 S. Pebble Beach Blvd. in Sun City Center at 5:00 p.m.  Those who attended this event last year will remember that a great time was had by all.  For details please call Oscar at 642-0621.




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Henry Gibson Social Hall

Beth Israel Jewish Congregation Synagogue

1115 Del Web Blvd. EAST

Sun City Center, FL 33571

   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)     

 (Handicap and regular spaces are available.)

Meeting Place

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