At the Communiversity festival on Sunday, April 29, 1-6 pm, folks will be able to access PUMC rest rooms and enjoy the seating in the Feed Truck Cafe. On the lawn, teens raising money for the Appalachia Service Project will sell baked goods on the lawn. 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.