Not every UU received an unexpected ‘thinking of you’ note in their mailbox last month, but many did. Halloween treats were also a surprise found on some folks’ porches. And many of our Birthday celebrants got a timely card. For these outreach examples, and others … read more.
The UUCT Board of Trustees has chosen Shompa Datta as volunteer of the month for October and November 2020.When I asked her for a bio, she wrote back: “I’ve been a member for over 10 years. I feel quite at home here. Over the years, … read more.
A Buddhist in our Midst
If you’ve been in Lynn Snow’s presence, in person or via Zoom, you know that she possesses an enviable equanimity accompanied by a can-do attitude. Lynn created and has led the Meditation Circle–Sundays at 9:00 am–for the past four years. This … read more.
Our Grounds Crew: Bobby Freeman, Andy and Valerie Turner, Eric Cooks, Debe Crocker, and Ron Buta
If a tree falls in the woods…
Suppose the UUCT grass were cut, but no one came; would it still look good? Or the parking lot islands trimmed and … read more.
A UUCT food drive for the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry at Grace
Please collect non-perishable food items during your usual grocery run
and hold them at home. You have three weeks. Volunteers will come
pick up your donations from your doorstep … read more.
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 … read more.
Join us tomorrow for our first ONLINE service on YouTube! Just search for UU Congregation of Tuscaloosa! Links will be posted as soon as the first video goes live!
Dear UUCT Members and Friends,
Due to the city, state, and national state of emergency, the decision has been made to cancel our service tomorrow morning. We are erring on the side of caution and feel, at this point, that the best thing we can … read more.
Hospice of West Alabama (HOWA) is a non-profit, community-based hospice provider that has served Bibb, Greene, Hale, Pickens, Lamar, and Tuscaloosa counties since 1982. As one of the oldest hospices in Alabama, they provide support and care for persons in the last phases of incurable … read more.