YOU ARE WELCOME HERE!
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We are a liberal church, a progressive church, building a beloved spiritual community for progressive misfits. We have members and friends of all religious stripes, from Buddhist, Christian, and pagans to atheists and agnostics. We embrace diversity. And we welcome and value all of them.
We are welcoming all of those spiritual pilgrims, liberal, progressive, and conservative, who don’t quite fit elsewhere. We are inclusive for all those who feel the need to resist the pressure to accept spiritual creeds that don’t quite work for them, all those who want to walk their own pathways. We are here. You are not alone. Come join us.
In the first image on this page, Cary and long-time Mosaican friends are delivering petitions recently to the Orlando office of Senator Marco Rubio. Because we are a progressive church, social justice is very important to us at Mosaic.
We also like to get together for fun. In the second image, we are enjoying each other’s company for lunch.
In the fourth image, demonstrating against the Dakota Access Pipeline, Tracy and Cary join with hundreds of others who believe that the pipeline threatens the interdependent web of existence of which we are all a part. Social justice is a vital part of who we are as a liberal spiritual community.
Mosaic Unitarian Universalist Congregation, a progressive spiritual community in Orange City, Florida, is a place where you can begin or continue your spiritual search and find support, care, and respect. Mosaic Unitarian Universalist Congregation welcomes all faces, all colors, all voices, all abilities, all genders and orientations.
Our liberal faith community supports a range of progressive social justice projects. You can help if you desire or you can lend your support in other ways.
We are transforming lives through compassion, service, generosity and respectful relations. And we would like your help. And the gift of your presence.
YOU ARE WELCOME HERE!
We are a diverse group, a congregation of religious liberals who are free from the constraints of dogmatism and authority. We think that reason, personal experience and conscience should be the final authorities in religion. We are generous and believe in the basic goodness of humankind. What binds us together is helping one another in times of need, supporting each other in personal and spiritual growth, and working toward a better society.
But don’t take our word for it. Come see for yourself!