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Our ongoing work is to build and sustain an open, caring, and accepting community for all ages
... so together we may explore and experience diverse beliefs, grow spiritually, and promote a society that affirms these aspirations.
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President's Message

Hello All!

I must Confess - I'm submitting this column LATE to our Amazing Newsletter Publisher and CUUC's BOT Secretary, the incredible Dana Jacobsen - because I was simply "Overcome By Events!" I was feeling SO Proud to be a Unitarian Universalist after reading emails about the success of the Unitarian Universalist Association's "UU The VOTE!" Program - which mobilized UUs to help get voters (in key states, particularly) motivated to put their Voting Power to Use in this very Contentious election season... 

AND THEN... our world shook at the events of January 6th, 2021, as armed insurrection took place in our nation's capital... and fear cast a shadow over the installation of a new US President and Vice-President and their Cabinet...

In music class at Holly Hill Elementary School many,  many years ago, I recall singing a song beloved of our school's music teacher, which contained this following lyrics: "My country, 'tis of thee - sweet land of liberty... Of thee I sing! [-] From every mountainside - Let freedom ring!" And as a result of this experience, throughout my life in hearing the words of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  - from his uneradicably Awesome "I Have A Dream" speech - when he describes holding hands all together as we "let freedom ring... from every mountain and molehill" and says we can, "in the words of the great negro spiritual" exclaim together, "Free at last - free at last - Thank God Almighty" we shall finally Be "Free at Last!" I consider,  too, the way that our UU Principles and Traditions - like the U.S. Constitution and our Bill of Rights - proudly declare our Values, including the right to Dissent, while supporting organization over chaos and the rule of law over anarchy. 

We Believe - Deeply Believe - in participating in the life of a nation which values our right to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." 

We must encourage and endorse the people suited - by their willingness to Serve, rather than Be Served By, our nation's population, to run for political office... and when they win a legitimate election, we will support fully their efforts to make our country safer, healthier and less corrupt for ALL of its citizens - not just an elite few who feel entitled to speak for All and to decide the fates of the multitudes.

Our belief in the righteousness of the Democratic Process is enshrined in our positions on "congregational polity" as well as the words that guide us whenever we look to the Traditions and Principles that serve as a Rudder for our denomination.

So many of us have spent the last four years wondering when we will sleep peacefully again, due to the ill effects of a presidency run amok in the nation's capital, led by a man whose lust for attention, power and control led to nearly countless acts of desecration towards the high office of President of the United States of America, making decisions that continously supported the privileged over the underserved, displaying a lack of interest, much less concern, for his constituents, and recklessly disregarding the impact of policies that abused citizens' rights to be healthy and safe from harm, whether related to criminal actions committed by those in control of financial resources and political power, or actions with harmful consequences for the future of our species and our planet as a whole. And this man showed absolutely no contrition.

As members of a free society, we Must now demand that the criminal injustices perpetrated upon the least empowered among us continue to be brought into the light of Truth, and that Justice be Served, not in vengeance but in Fairness, for the Good of All. 

I ask no less from our elected officials than their honest commitment to participate with us - ALL of their constituents (not Just Unitarian Universalists!) in refashioning our nation's system of government to more genuinely reflect these values, and to continue to seek ways to better these movements towards equanimity, and to permanently close avenues that have allowed so much Harm to be Done!
And I know that SOME of the People in Washington DC are there because they Believe in the vision of a Better Future for our Nation - and the generations to come - as You and I Do!

My prayer for the members of Congress, our new President and Vice-President and the Administration they're building, and the United States Supreme Court, is that their hearts will be Stirred to Believe in this Vision for our Future as Passionately as "We The People" - the People who are ultimately Responsible for their presence in our nation's capital - have proven that We Do. 

For those who have been harmed, I Pray for Justice. For those who have planned and plotted and caused Harm and for those who have lied and schemed and abused and exploited, I Pray that they will be Brought To Justice. For those who have Misled Others, I Pray the Same. And for those who have been Misled, I Pray for the light of Truth to Shine Upon Them; I Pray for Serenity for their troubled minds and consciences, and I Pray that they may find Healing and Wholeness, and Release Bitterness from their hearts. Not only You and I, but our descendants and those to come - Need them to attain this.


Joe WolfArth
President, Board of Trustees
Community Unitarian Universalist Church
New Smyrna Beach, FL

A Month of Sundays

February 7th
Rick DeYampert
"Sacred and Supermatural Art:
Painting the Gods, Goddesses and Other World Entities
An exploration of how different cultures
have used art to create communion with the divine.
This program will feature images of artworks by the ancient Greeks,
Michelangelo, William Blake and Irish mystic George Russell, as well as
art from Hindu, Buddhist and Pagan creators.

Service Leader: Nancy McCormick

February 14th

Dr. Ann Mody Lewis
  "Love ... Our Ultimate Purpose" 
We can never talk enough about love!
It is our gift to the beloved and ourselves!
During  this presentation I will define love
as the fulfillment of our humanity ...the opening
  that can make peace with all the circumstances of our lives.

Service Leader: Kathi Smith

February 21st
Dr. James Shoopman
 "Talking to Conservative Families and
Friends About LGBTQ Unions" 

Service Leader: Audrey Barcelo

February 28th

Sheila Csagoly
A Musical Presentation
Join us for the CUUC Service on Sunday, February 28th,
as CUUC Welcomes back Musical Guest Sheila Csagoly,
the renowned Hungarian soprano, who will serenade us
in a tribute to the advent of our Florida Springtime
as we unite to share our wonder at the glories of a World Renewing!
Service Leader: Joe Wolfarth

January 31st

Rabbi Merrill Shapiro
 "A Brief Tour of the Garden of Eden"
The misunderstood story of the Garden of Eden.

Service Leader: Kathi Smith

Our May-January services were presented over Zoom Meeting
on the Internet. We will continue with this format until we can
join each other in worship. Since we are unsure of all our  presenters
and their comfort level with this program, we will be sending out
the weekly invite with the topic for the week. 

  If you haven't been following our emails, here are some simple
directions for downloading Zoom.and using it.

Setting up the Zoom App- do this as soon as possible !!!!!!!
Go to Zoom website
In the upper right-hand corner of the webpage, click “sign up, it’s free”
Enter a valid email to be associated with your Zoom account. Follow
the steps to finalize the account. 

Now you will be ready when we send the email invitation to join a
Zoom meeting of the Worship service.  Please note that you can only
join the meeting 15 minutes prior to its scheduled start.  This is also
advisable as others can help you with technical problems.
There are several ways to join a meeting. You can join a meeting by
the meeting id (with password), using the link provided in the email, or
by dialing in on your phone via the New York number provided in the
email.  The easiest method is the link but you must be patient as it
takes a little while before it joins.

Kudos to all who worked to make our services happen live.  Kudos to
our service leaders who are learning to use Zoom and thank you to
our speakers who have either videotaped their talk or our planning to
join the Zoom live on Sundays.
Looking Ahead to March's Services
                      Service Leader: Debbi Zill
March 14TH.   CARMEN RIVERA  Service Leader:  Kathi Smith 

 March 21ST.    REV. KATHY TEW RICKEY Service Leader: Nancy MCCormick

March  28th:     MARION VISEL    Service Leader:  Audrey Barcelo

Please check the calendar for the most up-to-date service information.

Upcoming Events
Check the weekly invite to see if our other church groups
begin using Zoom to meet online.

February 3rd
Book Club
Discussion of "The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires "
Lost Lagoon Restaurant, NSB
Social Distancing Observed/ Bring your Mask
3:30 p.m.
Invitation to  church members to follow via email
or contact Michele Moen for details.

February 8th
Board of Trustees Meeting

via Zoom
All are invited to attend virtually. Please contact
Joe WolfArth for Zoom link

Wednesdays and Saturdays
Chair Yoga

links in the Weekly Invite

Fridays  Climate Change Rally
Corner of SR-.44 and Mission Rdm New Smyrna Beach
4 p.m.
Email church email for more information on how to join

February Birthdays
2/5 Chris Kaplan
2/10 Laura Chilkott
2/12 Nancy McCormick
2/15 David Lang
2/19 Gayle Porster
2/21 Al Fregin

March Birthdays
3/1 Donna Frank
3/1 Sue Westerlund
3/3 Sharon Herr
3/3 Barbara Mars
3/8 Pat Gadbaw
3/8 Judith Rosko
3/9 Kathy Dolan-Baker
3/11 Dana Jacobsen
3/13 Donna Frank
3/19 Laurel Moehring
3/26 Ginny Fregin

Spotlight on a Member

In Remembrance of Bud Cullison

 I was hit hard - in December - by the news of Bud Cullison's passing, and I have since thought of him often.

I can't exactly recall the 1st time I ever met Bud and Pat - I always saw them together, and they were one of the couples who came to represent  - for me - the true meaning of the words, "Happy Together" - I never saw them argue (though I imagine they Must have argued at some point in time, perhaps they just kept it behind closed doors) - I Can Say that I met them in church, and I knew them as "church people" for quite awhile before I saw them anyplace else. I knew they had belonged to the UU Congregation in Downtown Orlando before moving East to our coastal community, and I knew that they were dedicated to volunteering for the church that they called "Home." So becoming involved in the life of Community Unitarian Universalist Church was a natural "next step" for them after their relocation. 

The moment that Stands Out for me is from the day in - 2005(?) - when I was hosting a "party" at my home in Holly Hill - a cute little 2-Bedroom, 1-Bath house with cute little rooms that I called "The Cottage" - my goal in decorating it was to make it feel "cozy" and enhance the "cottage" feel; I felt satisfied enough with the results that I decided to hold a party like an "Open House" and invite folks from church and my workplace to "Drop By" and Visit.
Bud and Pat were on their way to dinner, I think, when they came, and I was alone when I opened the front door and invited them in for a "tour..." and why this memory stands out for me is the unexpected thing that Bud Cullison SAID. 
He told me that he had spoken with some others at CUUC, and they thought that I would make a welcome addition to the church's Board of Trustees. I looked at him quizzically but decided not to ask him, "Have you been Drinking?" [There was no reason to ask it except for how unprepared I was for the Question!]
After I regained my composure and considered a response, I said, "I would Surely be the Youngest, and Poorest(!) Person EVER to serve on that Board." I guess I thought that would end the conversation [the church's leadership seemed to me to be the sort that would exclude me for these reasons; most of the people I knew on the Board seemed to be retired folks, and financially secure  - Surely I would Never "fit in" with a group like That!]
Bud eyed me evenly and replied, "I think I can speak for Others as well as myself when I tell you that honestly I think these things are Pluses, Not Minuses. Our Board NEEDS Younger members, to help us stay "fresh!" And I believe you have said you have a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art - which tells me that you have a Creative Spirit - and We NEED Creative People who can "Think Outside the Box" to help us "grow the church" and problem-solve and reach out to the community... how are we going to achieve this? Help from someone like you can be a blessing in this regard... And as for your income level... I don't think there's any required Tax Bracket for BOT Membership... going back to the previous idea, "Diversity" also means people from different backgrounds and with different income levels are going to be valued by our church  - and if you can serve on our Board, you can inspire others to do so as well  - not hold themselves back because they are afraid they won't "fit in!"  - and for all these reasons, I think you would be an Asset to the BOT."

Obviously I am paraphrasing  - I wouldn't be able to recall the exact words of a conversation that took place 15 years ago - but I know that I have captured the Spirit of Bud's words to me.  And that is why I will always remember that conversation. 
Bud Cullison BELIEVED IN ME  - More, I think, than I Believed in Myself (and I have served on the CUUC BOT for about 13 of the 15 years Since Then - currently I am serving as our church's Board President  - something I NEVER Thought would Happen! Believe it or not, I consider myself an "Introvert!" - I am just more outgoing than the Average U.U. - Perhaps!) - And THIS is my Point [if Bud were here, he'd be Tapping His Watch to Encourage Me - no doubt thinking, 'YES! Get To The Point!'] - 
The Fact Is that Bud Cullison BELIEVED IN PEOPLE  - And Things of Value - like Our Church, and Living A Life of Principle, and Being of Service to Humanity (in Whatever Way you Can!) - And he made Sure You KNEW IT - with his Words, but also with his ACTIONS (Most of the years that I have served on our BOT since that initial conversation, Bud ALSO Served!)

Bud became a "quiet Hero" to me because he always Stood Up for what he believed.
In our church he was a "Father Figure" in that he always seemed to bring a Guiding Presence in to the spaces where we worshipped and met... others (among them, Charley Barcelo, Lloyd Dunham, and Al Fregin - who now carries the mantle for this group of distinguished gentlemen) join Bud in my mind as being representative of the fact that Good Triumphs over Evil, and Good Men - KIND Men - bring us back to the Center and help us to keep a Steady Keel in a world full of chaos, of dangerous rapids and eddies and whirlpools that threaten to throw us Off Course and Wreck our Dreams.

Bud represents  - to me - the Antithesis of the Self-Serving Tyrant that seems far too often nowadays to be "the man behind the facade" of Public Figures in Leadership. 
Bud (and his "Amigos" like the others I have listed) quietly and politely have Kept Things Going, and Running Smoothly, largely unheralded, not only in our church and our community but Around the World, Despite the Winds of Chaos.

I am Grateful for his influence on my life, and the support he has given to so many people and organizations; and I Bless Him for it! THANK YOU, Bud Cullison, for making it look "easy" to Embody What You Believe!
- Joe WolfArth 
Different Observances for the Month of February

February: Full Month- BLACK HISTORY MONTH-Celebrates Black History and African American culture in the United States.

February 1 NATIONAL FREEDOM DAY- Commemorates the signing of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery in 1865.

February 12 LUNAR NEW YEAR • Confucian, Daoist and Buddhist Also known as the Spring Festival- an important festival celebrated at the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.

-Celebrates the idea of romantic love.'s_Day

February 15 NIRVANA DAY • Buddhist -Celebrates the day when the historical Buddha achieved Parinirvana, or complete Nirvana, upon the death of his physical body. Sometimes celebrated on February 8. 

February 15 PRESIDENTS’ DAY-
Honors all past presidents of the United States of America.

February 15 SUSAN B. ANTHONY DAY-A commemorative holiday to celebrate the birth of Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906) and women's suffrage in the United States.

• Western Christian-A day of penitence as well as the last chance to feast before Lent begins. Also known as Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday and Carnival Day as this day is observed in many ways worldwide.

February 17 ASH WEDNESDAY • Western Christian- The first day of Lent for Western Christian churches, a 40-day period of spiritual preparation for Easter, not counting Sundays.

February 20 WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE- U.N. day to recognize efforts to achieve fair outcomes for all through employment, social protection, social dialogue, and fundamental principles and rights at work.

February 25–28 AYYÁM-I-HA OR INTERCALARY DAYS • Bahá’í -The Ayyám-i-ha, or “Days of Ha” are devoted to spiritual preparation for the fast, celebrating, hospitality, charity and gift giving. They are celebrated the four days, five in leap year, before the last month of the Bahá’í year by inserting days into the calendar in order to maintain their solar calendar.

February 26 PURIM • Jewish- The “Feast of Lots” marks the salvation of the Jews of ancient Persia from extermination.

This list of observances was taken from "The Calendar of Observances" from the Anti Defamation League.


Gilbert Charles Stuart

The following blurb is taken from Wikipedia.  Please use this link for the full article.

Gilbert Charles Stuart (born Stewart; December 3, 1755 – July 9, 1828) was an American painter from Rhode Island Colony who is widely considered one of America's foremost portraitists. His best known work is the George Washington, begun in 1796, that is sometimes referred to as the Athenaeum Portrait. Stuart retained the portrait and used it to paint scores of copies that were commissioned by patrons in America and abroad. The image of George Washington featured in the painting has appeared on the United States one-dollar bill for more than a century and on various postage stamps of the 19th century and early 20th century.

Stuart produced portraits of more than 1,000 people, including the first six Presidents. His work can be found today at art museums throughout the United States and the United Kingdom, most notably the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Frick Collection in New York City, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the National Portrait Gallery, London, Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Book Club Picks for 2021

February 3rd

The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires
by Grady Hendrix (mystery/satire/horror)

 Fried Green Tomatoes and Steel Magnolias meet Dracula in this Southern-flavored supernatural thriller set in the '90s about a women's book club that must protect its suburban community from a mysterious and handsome stranger who turns out to be a blood-sucking fiend.

March  3rd
The Girl with the Louding Voice
by Abi Dare (novel/women/civil liberties)

  powerful, emotional debut novel told in the unforgettable voice of a young Nigerian woman who is trapped in a life of servitude but determined to fight for her dreams and choose her own future.

Adunni is a fourteen-year-old Nigerian girl who knows what she wants: an education. This, her mother has told her, is the only way to get a “louding voice”—the ability to speak for herself and decide her own future. But instead, Adunni's father sells her to be the third wife of a local man who is eager for her to bear him a son and heir. ,,,

April 7th
The Lost City of the Monkey God
by Douglas Preston (non fiction/adventure)
Since the days of conquistador Hernán Cortés, rumors have circulated about a lost city of immense wealth hidden somewhere in the Honduran interior, called the White City or the Lost City of the Monkey God. Indigenous tribes speak of ancestors who fled there to escape the Spanish invaders, and they warn that anyone who enters this sacred city will fall ill and die. In 1940, swashbuckling journalist Theodore Morde returned from the rainforest with hundreds of artifacts and an electrifying story of having found the Lost City of the Monkey God-but then committed suicide without revealing its location.

Three quarters of a century later, bestselling author Doug Preston joined a team of scientists on a groundbreaking new quest. In 2012 he climbed aboard a rickety, single-engine plane carrying the machine that would change everything: lidar, a highly advanced, classified technology that could map the terrain under the densest rainforest canopy. In an unexplored valley ringed by steep mountains, that flight revealed the unmistakable image of a sprawling metropolis, tantalizing evidence of not just an undiscovered city but an enigmatic, lost civilization. ...

May 3rd
Handmaid’s Tale
by Margaret Atwood (dystopian/civil liberties/classic)


In Margaret Atwood’s dystopian future, environmental disasters and declining birthrates have led to a Second American Civil War. The result is the rise of the Republic of Gilead, a totalitarian regime that enforces rigid social roles and enslaves the few remaining fertile women. Offred is one of these, a Handmaid bound to produce children for one of Gilead’s commanders. Deprived of her husband, her child, her freedom, and even her own name, Offred clings to her memories and her will to survive.

June 2
by Charlotte McConaghy (novel/suspense/environment)

Franny Stone has always been the kind of woman who is able to love but unable to stay. Leaving behind everything but her research gear, she arrives in Greenland with a singular purpose: to follow the last Arctic terns in the world on what might be their final migration to Antarctica. Franny talks her way onto a fishing boat, and she and the crew set sail, traveling ever further from shore and safety. But as Franny’s history begins to unspool—a passionate love affair, an absent family, a devastating crime—it becomes clear that she is chasing more than just the birds. When Franny's dark secrets catch up with her, how much is she willing to risk for one more chance at redemption?

July 7
The Mighty and Almighty 
by Madeline Albright (political)


Does America, as George W. Bush has proclaimed, have a special mission, derived from God, to bring liberty and democracy to the world? How much influence does the Christian right have over U.S. foreign policy? And how should America deal with violent Islamist extremists?

Madeleine Albright, the former secretary of state and bestselling author of Madam Secretary, offers a thoughtful and often surprising look at the role of religion in shaping America's approach to the world. Drawing upon her experiences while in office and her own deepest beliefs about morality, the United States, and the present state of world affairs, a woman noted for plain speaking offers her thoughts about the most controversial topics of our time.

August 4th
The Creek
by J.T. Glisson (Florida non fiction)

Jake (J.T.) Glisson is a natural-born storyteller. His love of Florida nature is apparent as you read through “The Creek” or peruse his screen play, “Sigsbee.” He grew-up in the backwoods of Florida. Glisson considered Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings his friend and confidante. In addition to being an author and screenwriter, Glisson is an accomplished artist, illustrating all the pictures in “The Creek.”’ Discover more about the wild and wonderful world of Cross Creek and North Central Florida by delving into the tales found in his works.

September 1st
 War of the Worldviews:Where Science and Spirituality Meet
by Deepak Chopra  and Leonard Mlodinow   (spiritual/science)

October 6th
Love in the Time of Cholera -
by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

In their youth, Florentino Ariza and Fermina Daza fall passionately in love. When Fermina eventually chooses to marry a wealthy, well-born doctor, Florentino is heartbroken, but he is a romantic. As he rises in his business career he whiles away the years in 622 affairs—yet he reserves his heart for Fermina. Her husband dies at last, and Florentino purposefully attends the funeral. Fifty years, nine months, and four days after he first declared his love for Fermina, he will do so again.

November 3rd 
 Good Morning Midnight
by Lily Brooks Dalton (science fiction)

Augustine, a brilliant, aging astronomer, is consumed by the stars. For years he has lived in remote outposts, studying the sky for evidence of how the universe began. At his latest posting, in a research center in the Arctic, news of a catastrophic event arrives. The scientists are forced to evacuate, but Augustine stubbornly refuses to abandon his work. Shortly after the others have gone, Augustine discovers a mysterious child, Iris, and realizes the airwaves have gone silent. They are alone.

At the same time, Mission Specialist Sullivan is aboard the Aether on its return flight from Jupiter. The astronauts are the first human beings to delve this deep into space, and Sully has made peace with the sacrifices required of her: a daughter left behind, a marriage ended. So far the journey has been a success, but when Mission Control falls inexplicably silent, Sully and her crew mates are forced to wonder if they will ever get home.

As Augustine and Sully each face an uncertain future against forbidding yet beautiful landscapes, their stories gradually intertwine in a profound and unexpected conclusion. In crystalline prose, Good Morning, Midnight poses the most important questions: What endures at the end of the world? How do we make sense of our lives?
December 1st
by Isabel Wilkerson - (non fiction/civil liberties/rights)

The Pulitzer Prize–winning, bestselling author of The Warmth of Other Suns examines the unspoken caste system that has shaped America and shows how our lives today are still defined by a hierarchy of human divisions.

Dana Jacobsen is our Newsletter Editor.  Please send articles to
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