MEETING OF TRUSTEES.
July 6, 1926.
The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the
Liberal Christian Church was held at the Kimball House restaurant at 6 p.m., Tuesday, July 6, 1926, and Messrs. Harding, Blake, Rogers, and Scott were present, the absentees being Mrs. Perry, Mrs. Stanford, and Mr. Knox. Mr. T. C. Perkins of the Finance Committee was also in attendance.
After all had been served supper, President Harding called the meeting to order, the minutes of the last two regular meetings were read and approved.
The Treasurer, Mr. Rogers, had passed around complete financial statements to July 6, which showed that a balance of was on hand. It was noted that no refund on the expenses of Rev. S. G. Dunham had been made by the Unitarian and Universalist general bodies, and it was voted that the Clerk, Mr. Scott, write to Dr. Lowe at Universalist headquarters in regard to the matter.
Mr. Rogers reported that the janitor, Sherman McAfee, had been the guest of the city authorities for some time, and it was suggested that someone else be secured for the duties of janitor.
The meeting of the Georgia Universalist Convention to be held at Winder, Ga., on July 29 – August 1 was next brought to the attention of the Board, and Mr. Harry Blake, who said that he was to attend the convention meetings was authorized to issue certificates as delegates to all who attended from this church.
The Board then ratified the action of the Pulpit Supply Committee in having Dr. Rowlett act as acting pastor so that anything that needed attention could be done by Dr. Rowlett. The Board expressed their appreciation of Dr. Rowlett’s kind offer to attend to these matters.
The meeting then adjourned until the September meeting, unless sooner called to act upon matters with reference to the calling of a pastor, at the suggestion of the Pulpit Supply Committee.
(signed) Arthur H. Scott, Clerk.
Physical Archive: UUCA Box: 26 Folder: 03
Citation: Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Records, RG 026, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University, Atlanta GA