At the Communiversity festival on Sunday, April 28, 1-6 pm, folks will be able to access PUMC rest rooms. On the lawn, teens raising money for the Appalachia Service Project will sell baked goods. Charities that the church supports — United Front Against Riverblindness, Womanspace, and Woman, Cradle of Abundance — will have tables. Those curious about the century-old Gothic building’s stained glass can tour the Tiffany window of St. George and the Dragon.