Hospitality Groups

You’ve seen the faces, shaken their hands and eaten the snacks. Our 2018 debut of Hospitality Groups is a success!  Sure, there’s a learning curve, but the intention behind this community-wide endeavor is now a reality. We are coming together with a group of specified members to serve our beloved UUFOM family – often in … [Read more…]

Covenant Group Update

Covenant Group facilitator training is being scheduled for the second half of March, so that group member registration can begin in April.  If you are interested in being trained as a facilitator, please contact Rev. Connie Grant immediately at constance.l.grant@gmail.com.  And if you are interested in joining a group, please watch for registration information in … [Read more…]

March Focus on Hunger and Homelessness

On an ongoing basis, we collect canned goods and other non-perishable items for the Midland Emergency Food Pantry Network.  Drop off your donations in the bin at our new UUFoM Donation Center located across from the office door. In March, we are collecting small items for Shelterhouse at UUFOM.  Shelterhouse provides safe houses, shelter, advocates, counseling … [Read more…]

Jedi Academy & Youth Group

March 4 Kalama Sutta March 18 Humanist Manifesto April 1 Food Art Gallery Jedi Academy and the Youth Group meet every other Sunday.  Jedi Academy is a religious education program run during the service, and the youth group meets after the service for lunch and fun from 12-1PM.  At the next meeting, on March 4, … [Read more…]

Soup & Sources – March

Soup and Sources: What is truth? Science & Religion March 16 at 5:30pm Joint Activities 7PM Break-Outs: Children’s Movie & Source Discussion Soup & Sources is a fun multi-generational program where we gather together for a social dinner and then learn together about the Sources.  We will be eating together and sharing some multi-generational activities … [Read more…]

What is happening in Religious Education at our Fellowship?

This past month, the Children’s Circle learned about all the varieties of ways different religions instruct us to love each other and care for each alone, the role of love in Judaism, Christianity, and more. 25 Valentines were sent to patients in the hospital by students in the Children’s Circle and the Middle School Jedi … [Read more…]

Reason and Truth – A RE-flection

Awareness is like the sun.  When it shines on things, they are transformed.  -Thich Nhat Hanh Our Fourth Principle calls on us each to seek truth and meaning in our lives and in the world.  A central human desire is for our lives to be meaningful, impactful.  We want to matter.  This is intuitive.  It … [Read more…]

UUFoM and You

Considering Membership? How do people of diverse beliefs become part of one congregation?  “UUFOM and You,” led by Rev. Connie Grant, Linda Rector, Judy Donahue, and Sara Clavez, will be held on Saturday, April 28, 9AM – 12PM (note date change.) If you think you may have found a spiritual home at UUFOM and are … [Read more…]