Office of the General Manager 2200 Peachtree Summit 401 West Peachtree Street, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia .30308 (404) 586-5050 October 19, 1978 Ms. Sara B. Beard, Chairman Memorial Committee Northwest Unitarian Church 1025 Mt. Vernon Highway, N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30327 Subject:
May 24, 1978 Mr. Richard M. Stanger, P.E. Manager of Urban Design 401 West Peachtree Street, N.E. Atlanta, Georgia 30308 Dear Mr. Stanger: This letter is to convey to you our proposal for a permanent display In our church building
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta 1991 Cliff Valley Way N.E., Atlanta, GA. 30329 / 404 634-5134 December 11, 1967 REPORT OF THE TREASURER The expected financial storm, successfully fended off during the summer months, struck suddenly and unexpectedly during the
CENTRAL CITY PROJECT SUBCOMMITTEE Report of February 7, 1967 In accordance with the instructions of the Long-range Planning Committee, the Central City Project Committee of the Growth Committee has investigated facilities for Sunday-only operations as well as for weekdays-only services.
LONG RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE REPORT TO THE CONGREGATION Feb 1967 Committee Purpose A. General The Long Range Planning Committee was organized as a committee of the Board with the general charge of forecasting the needs of the congregation, in terms or
Directory of members of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (UUCA) in 1967. This directory may have been used in long range planning activities. Click here to see the directory. Physical Archive: Northwest Box: 01 Folder: 01 Collection Citation Download
PRIORITIES COMMITTEE DEPORT January 31st, 1967 The Priorities Committee was asked to consider priorities concerned with varying methods of expansion of the Unitarian Universalist congregation to include a “central city” meeting on a weekly basis. The meeting to consider these facts
Unitarian Universalist Congregation To: Long Range Planning Committee From: Program Study Committee Subject: Central City Project The Program Study Committee met on January 30, 1967 to consider possible program for the proposed Central City Project. The objective of the project
PRIORITIES COMMITTEE REPORT TO LRP COMMITTEE January 22, 1967 The Priorities Committee has been charged with investigating costs and related factors that would be involved in expanding our present facilities to accommodate a membership of 1200 persons. The committee believes that
Early in 1882, George Leonard Chaney, late of a Boston pastorate, arrived in Atlanta to test the possibility of resuscitating Southern Unitarianism. Following the Civil War, only the churches at Charleston, South Carolina and New Orleans survived, but by 1884 even these had disappeared; elsewhere, slavery, before the outbreak of hostilities, had tended to discourage substantial activity by liberal religionists.