On May 21, President Biden awarded Col. Ralph Puckett of Columbus the Medal of Honor for his actions during a battle for Hill 205 during the Korean War. Col. We honored Col. during our Sunday service on July 18. You can watch the video of … read more.
We’re virtually 100 percent vaccinated and meeting for Sunday services, the Wednesday Night Discussion Group and other meetings. But there’s an exception due to increased COVID-19 cases in our area. The Friday Lunch Group resumes Zoom meetings Sept. 17. (Contact Ed Wilson for details. Email … read more.
By Connie Ussery
Ron and Connie Ussery, long-time members of our Fellowship, have recovered from Covid-19. They led our Sunday service and talked about the experience on Nov. 22. This is Connie’s journal of that experiment. But first, here are some background resources for context:
Ledger-Enquirer’s October … read more.
Got pandemic problems. Please do reach out to your UUFC family if you need help. In fact, that’s already happening. Here are a couple of stories.
Elise Leonard had been without air conditioning for most of the summer, and when the 95-degree heat arrived the effect … read more.
Gwyn Rush talked to us on Sunday (July 26) about making energy distribution more fair. She also offered ways to help.
UUFC member Lisa Pyburn, who is no stranger to construction and restoration, has taken it upon herself to do a major rehab of our property along Heiferhorn Creek and around the Pavilion. That included hiring a crew to help her clear brush and debris.
Lisa Pyburn … read more.
The UUFC Board of Trustees met Wednesday, July 1, and voted to postpone our return to services at Grace Fellowship Hall until Sunday, Sept. 6.
UUFC President Hal Midgette said, “I believe in free will, but this is not the time to say, ‘Open up.’” Lay … read more.
This is the third Sunday in the month, the day we Give Away the Plate. G.A.T.P. recipient this month is the Equal Justice
UUFC President’s Letter # 9: Reopening, Pavilion upgrades and more
Greetings again. I sincerely hope that you are all well, physically, mentally and emotionally during this time of discord, disease and stress. We are in a vortex of political turmoil, social strife, economic hardship and a … read more.
By Bill Harlan
We’ve launched new format for our monthly newsletter, the Chattahoochee Chalice.
It’s a bit of an experiment on my part. I hope the new format will be faster and easier to produce. It will also help us provide more timely information. This format also coordinates … read more.
Greetings Fellow UUs:
I sincerely hope this letter finds you safe and well. On Wednesday, the UUFC Board met in Grace Fellowship Hall to consider and plan our future reopening. The Board is well aware of the risks posed by the coronavirus, and our decisions about … read more.
The optimism of Unitarian Universalism is written in our Seven Principles.
Greetings in these changing times:
It’s hard to believe we are not in our Fellowship or the Meditation Garden expressing … read more.
African Americans built Columbus, Ga., while working for the full rights of citizenship.
Enjoy a great dinner and help solve the mystery. Dr. Merritt has developed a cure (or curse?) for the common cold, but enemies and jealousies wind their ways through scene after scene as side effects appear. It’s a classic “who done it” in the dinner theater … read more.
Lisa Pyburn, at no small expenditure of her energy and resources, has been rehabbing the Pavilion and the banks of the Heiferhorn creek. It’s a beautiful space, and we’re already using it.
The UU Women’s Book Club has met here, masked up and socially … read more.
The new UUFC Novel Writing Group will gather via Zoom videoconference for an organizational meeting Tuesday, Aug. 11, at 5 pm.
The group leader is Fellowship friend Justin DiFeliciantonio. His deputy is Fellowship member Bill Harlan. We’re open to everyone, and non-UUs are welcome.
That said, this … read more.