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UUFG Adopts Reopening Guidelines

Since March 2020, UUFG's campus has been mostly closed in response to the COVID-19 threat.

In August 2021, our Governing Board adopted a new set of guidelines that key off of the Alachua County's Covid Covid transmission risk level as determined by Covid Act Now. As the risk level rises and falls, so will our programming incorporate varying access to our campus, with appropriate prescribed requirments for entering buildings, group size, mask requirements, social distancing and other measures.

For detailed information about our current guidelines, please click on the link below.

Please contact the office at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 352-377-1669 for information about meetings & events.

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UUFG's Campus Closes in Response to COVID-19

Know this: UUFG is not closed. Only the building is.
Our community is caring and alive.
We are not bound by brick and mortar walls.
Please reach out and care for each other as often as possible.

~ The Rev. Carol Thomas Cissel (adapted)

March 13, 2020

Dear UUFG Beloved,

After deep thought and careful consideration, it is my job to inform you that the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Gainesville is canceling all group meetings at this time.

This letter and upcoming phone calls will notify our members and friends.

We are working towards using online tools and social media platforms to stay in touch. We hope to be streaming Sunday services and continuing the work of the Fellowship via Zoom meetings. We will be helping you access these tools as ways we can be in community.

The UUFG staff will work both in the office and remotely from home as needs demand.

Our decision was made after considering information from the UUA (Unitarian Universalist Association), the CDC (Center for Disease Control); several local organizations (including other Gainesville liberal faith communities and the University of Florida), just to name a few.

We have decided it is only responsible to act in the same way that those groups have, by taking actions to protect staff, members, friends.

What does this really mean?

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For Newcomers: an Introduction to Unitarian Universalism

Over the course of the year, we offer a monthly class is for visitors and newcomers to our Fellowship -- or anyone interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism.

These "in person" classes are on hiatus because of the coronavirus situation, but we look forward to resuming them soon.

However, if you are interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and our Fellowship, please contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , our membership chair.


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