Category: News

Looking for a few great people!

We’re looking for a few great people to help set up and/or clean up for some of the fun activities at GUUF.  Don’t be shy – help the Ways and Means team at all, or some, of the following functions. Francine Proulx at … read more.

Septic Update: October 30


The asphalt repairs to the parking areas that were trenched to install the new septic system are complete. The parking areas that were closed for this work will be open again beginning Thursday morning.

______________________________________________________________________________We have working toilets, sinks, and drains as of Monday, … read more.

Special Event: 17 Nov. 9:30am

Please join us on Sunday November 17 at 9:30 in the Founder’s Room for a very special event.  The Adult Religious Education Committee in collaboration with the Humanist Group welcome a one-man panel to investigate the use, or misuse, of religion in the Clemson athletic … read more.

Back to the Future!

And as suddenly as it started,
summer seems to be coming to an end – I just saw the first back to school photo
from a friend posting on social media! I’m pleased to be returning to the
pulpit this Sunday after a nice 6 week break from … read more.

Movie Night: On Hold at Present

MOVIE NIGHTS are usually held on the second and fourth Friday of the month in the Fellowship Hall (112), but our Movie Nights are on hold for October and November. Check back soon for more information!______________________________________________________________________________
• Snack & a Movie: On Hold
• Synopsis
• Bring … read more.

Sunday Money Counters Needed

We need someone to count money on Sundays.  It will only be once per month, and you must be a member of GUUF.  Interested? Please email Bo Boghani, CFO at

IMMIGRANT JUSTICE: 17 Nov. After Service.

Cole Miller will be our guest speaker November 17.
He’s the founding director of Solidarity Now, a non-profit organization that
advocates for the protection of human rights on the U.S. southern border.
Recently, the group chronicled Dahlia, a Mexican mother and her 14-year old … read more.