Unitarian Universalism is a democratic, grassroots religion. The decisions of each UU congregation and of our denomination are made by professional ministers and congregation members together.
Through volunteer committees and elected congregational Boards, lay leaders manage most aspects of Unitarian Universalist congregations. Lay people hire the ministers and staff, build and maintain the buildings, manage the congregation’s finances, determine the congregation’s position on difficult issues, and more.
Explore the committees of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lakeland using the links at the right.
Board of Trustees
Read the bylaws of UUC Lakeland »
For congregational leaders and those interested in leadership, we provide various resources covering ministerial, stewardship, and worship topics. The UUA also sponsors a wide range of interactive listservs. More information can be found at http://lists.uua.org/.
Sunday Services are held at 11am.
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