The April Split the Plate Partner – Druid City Pride

Druid City Pride UUCT’S April Split-the- Plate Partner Druid City Pride is a supportive, visible force with a strong presence as a LGBT+ organization that stands up for LGBT+ rights and was recently approved as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit community organization. Serving and advocating for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning LGBTQ+ members of West Alabama and … Continued

Can You Hear Me Now?

The UUCT Committee on Communications is focused on keeping you well-informed. We also seek to heighten awareness of our presence in the community. The monthly Newsletter and periodic UUNewsnet reminders are popular with members, yet many are not signed up for these e-mailing lists. You can browse this website ( for all kinds of information. … Continued

The March Split the Plate partner – East Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl

East Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl UUCT’S March, 2018 Split-the- Plate Partner The East Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl, a non-profit organization founded in 2005, began with the goal of addressing hunger in the eastern side of Tuscaloosa and the Alberta City area. Currently, the center is located in the Hargrove Memorial United Methodist Church building at … Continued

The February Split the Plate partner – Friends of Hurricane Creek

Friends of Hurricane Creek UUCT’S February, 2018 Split-the- Plate Partner Rivers and streams are protected throughout the country by a network of “Waterkeepers.”; The Friends of Hurricane Creek, with John Wathen as the Hurricane Creekkeeper, is Tuscaloosa’s own group. The mission of the Friends of Hurricane Creek is to restore and maintain the creek’s ecosystem through education, partnerships, … Continued

The January Split the Plate partner – West Alabama Food Bank

West Alabama Food Bank UUCT’S January Split-the- Plate Partner Alabama has one of the highest poverty rates in the country. West Alabama Food Bank (WAFB) was incorporated in 1987 as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization whose mission is to help alleviate hunger and food insecurity in nine West Alabama counties. The counties served are Bibb, Fayette, Greene, … Continued

Andrew McKnight Concert on January 27th

Join the Virginia singer/songwriter, guitarist and storyteller for an intimate and inspiring concert experience. Come early for good seats! Tickets are $10 a person, $20 for a couple/family. ABOUT THE ARTIST: Since permanently leaving his corporate environmental engineering career in 1996, award-winning folk/Americana artist Andrew McKnight’s musical journey has traced nearly a million miles of … Continued

The December Split the Plate Partner – Alabama SPCA

The Alabama SPCA: UUCT’S December Split-the-Plate Partner The Alabama Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Alabama SPCA) is a federally recognized 501c3 non-profit organization that is based in Tuscaloosa and serves the entire state of Alabama. The Alabama SPCA is run entirely by volunteers. You can find the most up-to- date information about their … Continued

Let There Be Music–Welcome Back Quincy Hall

He was part of our Youth Group. He sang, he played, he enriched us–he went off to college. Quincy Hall is now back in T-Town, and he will be with us at UUCT on several upcoming Sundays. If you’ve been missing live music, your wait is over. After undergrad and masters (counseling) at U. of … Continued

The November Split the Plate Partner – Move to Amend Tuscaloosa

Move to Amend – Tuscaloosa UUCT’S November Split-the-Plate Partner Move to Amend-Tuscaloosa is a local affiliate of Move to Amend, a national coalition of hundreds of organizations and over 460,000 individuals committed to social and economic justice, ending corporate rule, and building a vibrant democracy that is genuinely accountable to the people, not corporate interests. … Continued

The October Split the Plate partner – West Alabama AIDS Outreach

West Alabama AIDS Outreach UUCT’S October 2017 Split-the-Plate Partner West Alabama AIDS Outreach (WAAO) is a nonprofit organization committed to educating the community about HIV/AIDS and providing services for those affected. They also advocate at national and local levels for funding to support those living with HIV/AIDS. WAAO social workers can offer a variety of … Continued