Services every Sunday at 10:30 AM
At 1725 South Volusia Ave (US 17-92)
In Orange City, Florida
Mosaic Unitarian Universalist Congregation is a progressive, free-thinking, covenant-based spiritual community serving West Volusia County in central Florida.
You are welcome here, regardless of your race, creed, color, or sexual orientation.
We practice simple respect for the diverse creeds, beliefs, and practices of our visitors, guests, friends, and members. We impose no creed on anyone. As Unitarian Universalists, we embrace seven principles emphasizing mutual respect, justice and compassion, and the interdependent web of existence.
We invite you to seek your own spiritual pathway with us.
On Sunday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30, we gather for services and for religious education classes. While our programs are in English, we have several members and regular guests who are fluent in Spanish, so we welcome Spanish speakers as well. We meet in a little yellow church under the trees at 1725 South Volusia Ave. (US 17, US 92) in Orange City, Florida. When you arrive, you will be warmly welcomed by greeters. We wear nametags to make it easier for newcomers, and you will be given one, too, if you so desire. You will find both adults and children here. We want our children to learn about the great questions of life and encourage them to find their own answers. Dress is casual.
Our services are led by worship leaders, and our programs typically include guest speakers, with much variety in content and style. The “Order of Service” is projected as the program begins. Readings and the words to the songs are also projected. After services, most people stay for “coffee hour” — fellowship and light snacks.
One comment we often hear from our members, visitors, and guests is: “Services are always interesting.”
Thank you for visiting our web page. We invite you to attend our services to learn more about us and so that we can learn more about you.