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Grace Fellowship Hall dedication draws 220

Unitarian Universalists in Columbus celebrate a landmark move

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There's never been a more exciting time to be a Unitarian Universalist in Columbus, Ga. On Sunday, Oct. 18, we marked the move to our new campus on Heiferhorn Way with a special service. We dedicated Grace Fellowship Hall to long-time member Grace Jordan and her late husband George.

The Samford University A Cappella Choir from Birmingham, Ala., performed, along with classical guitarist Jacob Jordan, pianist Joanne Larson, and vocalist Jean Jordan.

Rick Spradlin delivered a Unitarian Universalists message—that what you believe is less important than how you behave toward others. Jerry Jordan talked about his parents, Grace and George, who meant so much to him and to our fellowship.

Adjunct Minister Ed Wilson talked about our journey to the new Heiferhorn campus, and he delivered the Act of Dedication.

Service Leader Marjorie Harlan unveiled the plaque that will designate Grace Fellowship Hall. Watch excerpts of the dedication service in the video below. You'll also learn about our principles and values, you'll hear stories about who we are and you'll enjoy some great music. (Samford is not a Unitarian Universalist school, but Director Philip Copeland and the choir members generously agreed to help us celebrate. And we're grateful they did.)

Grace Fellowship Hall Dedication from Bill Harlan on Vimeo.