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 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 Jean Grant
The committee reviewed an updated pamphlet for becoming a Member or Friend of UUCGF. The pamphlet was approved and additional copies will be made.
Since Julie has been overseas, Betty sent a get well card to a UU member. Please contact a member of … read more.
by Diane Collins
The next meeting of the UUCGF Social Action Committee will be on Sunday, May 12, 2019, after service. All members and friends are welcome to attend. We will be discussing:
14 – major Compassion and Choices Lobby Day in Albany
24 – National Voter Registration … read more.
by Jean Grant & Rich Myette
Rich has started to work on the poison ivy that grows in the Labyrinth, as well as in the grassy areas around the building. He’ll be using some vinegar solutions and will try to treat ivy as it comes … read more.
Are you looking for a comfortable office or studio space in a relaxed environment and convenient location? UUCGF has space for rent in our building that might be exactly what you’re looking for.
Main room, leading into three offices.Main room.Main room, with sink and drinking fountain.Main … read more.
Last week we held a special Passover seder and luncheon as our Sunday service. Led by Felice Best and the Worship Committee, we learned about this rich Jewish holiday and its many traditions, sang traditional songs, and enjoyed a delicious meal prepared by volunteer members … read more.
by Bob Rockwell
It is past mid-April and spring seems late in arriving. We have made great strides in improving our building. We had a new roof put on two years ago. March 29 Adirondack Basements installed a commercial dehumidifier, sealed the … read more.
by Lynn McDonald
Ellie von Wellsheim, founder of the MoonCatcher Project, will again be leading us through making reusable, washable menstrual pad kits. These kits enable girls in very poor countries to continue their education and live up to their full potential. Everyone (including women, men, and children), skilled … read more.