Our UUFA workday, Saturday, September 28, was a big success with cleaning inside and out. There is now such a clear view outside the sanctuary windows that we can again see Bob Clements’ wonderful metal sculpture. Please thank these folks (pictured) for all their hard … read more.
Iva King, Kathy Mason, Murphy Norman, and Larry King added rocks to the landscape.
Gary Crider and … read more.
Most of the chairs are in the sanctuary; some are in the conference room … read more.
Front plaza – This space is intended for pedestrians ONLY. Due to recent issues with vehicles driving onto the plaza, we are looking into placing large planters or bollards along the edge of the black asphalt circular drive.
Sidewalk on Rambling Road – Cars should … read more.
On Saturday, October 27, 31 UUFA members enjoyed a busy workday cleaning and sprucing up our newly renovated building, and preparing for our first worship service in the expanded sanctuary the following day.
Lots of positive comments were given and received on Sunday about how … read more.
Help Barb Schell – Clean and move items back into the sanctuary
Help Carol-Lee Baker – Clean the kitchen and sort items to give away
Help John Olive – clean out the … read more.
Kudos to the hard-working folks on the Expanding Our Vision (EOV) Building Project Committee who continue to meet regularly to oversee the budget and make decisions as the building expansion and renovation nears completion! They are (in alphabetical order) Carol-Lee Baker, Sarah Cook, Rev. … read more.
The contractor, Cloverleaf, has mostly finished with the renovation and expansion project on our building. There are a few remaining loose ends that need to be completed on their punch list.
On October 28th, we will hold our first service in the newly renovated Sanctuary! The … read more.
We have the Certificate of Occupancy to use the new parking lot off Cheatham Road! Please feel free to use it and enjoy the walk through the woods to our new side door! Or come through our new front entrance. Please note our ADA … read more.