Thirty-six solar panels were installed on our building on Wednesday, May 29th. On Thursday, June 20th, we were informed by National Grid that we could activate the system so now we are using the sunshine to help provide the electricity we need for our building … read more.
Month: June 2019
Unitarian Universalists have a tradition called a Water Communion that takes place in early fall, as everyone is returning from summer, whether at home or away. Unlike some congregations, UUCGF holds services all year round! But we still take part in the tradition of Water … read more.
Last month, a group of UUCGF members gathered to do some outdoor clean-up around the grounds and spruce up our congregation home for summer–raking the lawn and outdoor labyrinth, clearing and weeding our Peace Garden, and filling potholes in the parking lot. Thank you to … read more.
Both the monthly Reading & Dicussion Group and the monthly UU Cafe Open Mic take a summer break from June – August. Both events will resume in September.
by Jean Grant
The committee wishes to thank Chuck Schiltz for kindly donating the large RE cabinet, which is now housed in the Fellowship Room to store our large collection of tablecloths.
The updated pamphlet “Becoming a Member or Friend” is on display in the entry area. … read more.
by Diane Collins
Diane Collins shared with the group at our May meeting that she will be resigning as the chairperson. Her almost three year tenure has been thoroughly gratifying. Her initial involvement as chair was sparked by the films shown in the spring of 2016 by … read more.
Rich Myette has been busy in recent weeks contacting tree service companies about taking down the trees so that our solar project can go forward and provide as much solar power as possible. Tree Masters was the chosen company. They removed quite a few … read more.
by Bob Rockwell
All the papers have been signed for Apex Solar to go ahead and install solar panels on our south facing roof. Peter Kronau, the project manager, assures me that they will be installing the panels on Wednesday, May 29. A few days after … read more.
by the Rev. Barbara Threet
Not too long ago, a grandson came across mention of a very famous artwork, and decided to ask me about it. “What’s the Sis-tine Chapel?” he asked. So we got out books and looked online and explored many pictures and comments. … read more.