Month: August 2018

Report from the Membership Committee

by Krystyne Wozniak

The Membership Committee took the summer off and did not have any meetings for the months of July and August. During this time, and due to so many being away on vacation, we ditched the coffee hour teams, switched to instant coffee for … read more.

Report from the Social Action Committee

by Diane Collins

The Social Action Committee will resume monthly meetings after their summer break on Sunday, September 9, 2018 following service. The purpose of this meeting will be to greet and connect with each other, and start the planning for actions in the coming year.

Midterm … read more.

Report from the Short Range Planning Task Force

by Elayne Leonelli

At the August UUCGF Board of Trustees, the Task Force submitted a report about the work it has been doing since being appointed by the Board in April. The members of the Task Force are Pema Reed, Martha Torregrossa, Susan & … read more.

Board President’s Notes

by Bob Rockwell

The nights are getting longer and cooler. Fall is on the horizon which means Rev. Barbara Threet returns to her regular monthly visits and Sunday sermons– usually on the third Sunday. This will happen on Sunday, September 16th. This month there also will be a … read more.

From Rev. Barbara’s Desk

by the Rev. Barbara Threet

Mid-August. The days are still longer than the nights, the trees are still overwhelmingly green, and the children still run about in shorts and bare feet, at least in the country. School hasn’t started up yet (or regular services … read more.

Blessing of the Animals

This past Sunday we enjoyed a lively summer Blessing of the Animals service with a coterie of furry friends. This year, our canine companions made up the majority. A few cats were also in attendance, and other animals represented in spirit by their humans.

We were … read more.

We have a new website!

Welcome to the brand new and improved UUCGF Website! We are very excited to launch this new, improved, and much expanded website for our congregation.

This website’s theme was created by the UUA and is designed to grow with us, as we grow our congregation! … read more.