UUFA Retreat News!

The biennial UUFA Congregational Retreat is a little over a month away, and we have met our goal of 100 registrations! There are a very few more beds available for housing, so if you have been meaning to register, do it quickly! The Mountain’s deadline … read more.

Enjoyable Entertainment Events Are Here!


Last year we had fun, enjoyed the company of long time friends and met new friends, while contributing to the budget. The return of Enjoyable Entertainment Events (fun evenings planned and hosted by members of the congregation for … read more.

Free for the Taking!

As we clean out closets we are discovering many items no longer being used. This includes rocking chairs, can light fixtures, framed pictures, kitchen items (even bags of Sweet’n Low and Splenda), a piano bench, and more!

If you would like to take an item home, … read more.

Athens Men’s Circle

New UU Member Rob McMaken has been involved in Athens Men’s Circle for almost 10 years. They meet weekly from 7:30 to 10:00 and follow a format developed by the ManKind Project. Rob is offering to lead two Intro to Men’s Work evenings using the … read more.

August 2018 PARES Update

At the May 2018 Congregational Meeting, UUFA voted to participate in the Athens-Clarke County’s Adopt-a-School Program by being in partnership with Alps Road Elementary School.

UUFA is the first nonprofit organization in Athens-Clarke County to participate in the Adopt-a-School Program!

Click here for … read more.

Town Hall on Sanctuary Monitor Use, Aug. 26

On Sunday, August 26, in the Ocean Room, at either 9:45 am or 11:45 am (choose your preferred time), the Worship Arts Committee invites you to a Town Hall to discuss and hear your thoughts on the following:

the current use of the monitor in the sanctuary
how … read more.

Sunday Services Continue at 10:30 am

To minimize the number of changes going on due to construction, Sunday worship services will continue to be held at 10:30 am through the winter holidays. Forum continues to be on hiatus until construction is complete. In the recent past, worship was shifted to accommodate … read more.