New Beginnings for the Unitarian Fellowship of South Florida

The Unitarian Fellowship of South Florida is proud to have been able to serve the South Florida community for 55 years.

Back in March 1961, Dr. John J. Latini first conceived of the idea to create a Unitarian Fellowship here in South Florida. In Nov of the same year, the North Dade Unitarian Universalist Fellowship was born. This Fellowship ebbed and flowed, then finally merged with the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Broward County in 1973. At that time, it became known as the Unitarian Fellowship of South Florida. Throughout this time, the Fellowship has gone through many cycles and phases allowing it to take on a life of its own.

We are about to undergo yet another rebirth to our existence. We have decided in order to best serve the community further, we have voted to merge with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ft Lauderdale.

Worship services are on hiatus for the month of January so, please join us at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ft. Lauderdale starting in January to see where our future is going and growing.

We will still be holding yoga and drumming at our Fellowship home in Hollywood until the building is sold. We expect to sell the building by March of 2017.

Once we have completed the sale of the building we will hold a formal ceremony to say Farewell.

In the meantime, we welcome you to take a look around the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ft. Lauderdale’s website as well as MoonPath CUUPs. If you are wanting to stay connected through the newsletter, you will need to join the main newsletter for the UUCFL (for mainstream news) and the MoonPath CUUPs newsletter (for everything Pagan).

Thank you for being such an integral part of our Fellowship family.

We hope to see you in UUCFL.