Author: WAltmeier

Exploring Unitarian Universalism – Virtual Workshops

Reconnect with the basics of our living tradition! Join UUFoM members and friends in exploring five different aspects of Unitarian Universalism!

“Exploring Unitarian Universalism” is developed by the fellowship’s Engagement Team. Registration is required for each session. Attend as many or as few sessions as you like!

All sessions are 1:00-3:00 p.m. on the dates … read more.

The Circus is Coming to Town!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages…It’s time to reserve your own spot under the Big Top!

Sign up at to attend the live auction, enter your pot luck contribution, volunteer to be a circus helper, and register for child care (by May 1).

Bend the Rev’s Ear!

The pandemic has affected us all in ways both mundane and profound. What do you need now? How can the fellowship help you and/or your family members adjust in the coming months?

Opportunities to socialize in person? To live your principles? To tell your stories?Activities for … read more.

Is it a Cold or COVID?

Submitted by Becky Carlson, UUFoM COVID Task Force

In years past, a cough and sore throat would be an obvious sign of a cold, which seemed rather routine in our daily lives. Unfortunately, routine cold symptoms now prompt COVID anxiety. How can you tell the difference? … read more.

March Special Collection Summary

Submitted by the UUFoM Social Justice Team

The March special collection for the Midland County Emergency Food Network has ended.  UUFoM collected $749.50.  Our friends in the Religious Education donated 28 food items during their food campaign for the Midland County Emergency Food Pantry

We want to thank all for … read more.

Coat Room Cleanup

If you purposely or accidentally left an item at the fellowship in the last two years, it might have ended up in the coat room or Lost-and-Found. This might include coats, hats, scarves, gloves, glasses, umbrellas, fans, toys, and such. If you think you might have, please come … read more.

Shelf IndUUlgence Book Group

Our next meeting will be on May 2 at 7:00 pm on Zoom. We have read and reviewed the following books:

Breakfast With Buddha
The Kite Runner
Facing the Mountain

We are reading Love Medicine this month.

The group is open for new members. We review one book a month and meet on Monday … read more.

Director of Religious Education Job Announcement

SEEKING CREATIVE, DYNAMIC LIBERAL EDUCATOR to guide the minds and hearts of children; help them identify and live by the values of Unitarian Universalism; work with the minister and volunteers to grow and manage a stimulating, sustainable program. Care for the spiritual development of students, teachers, … read more.

Midland Area Interfaith Friends Volunteer Opportunity

Saturday, April 23
8:45am – 11:30am
Islamic Center of Midland

Dear Friends,

We need 20 volunteers to come help distribute food with the Mobile Food Pantry on Saturday, April 23. Volunteers need to be at the Islamic Center of Midland from 8:45am to 11:30am. This event will be outdoors so … read more.

Plant Trees at Chippewa Nature Center

The Chippewa Nature center is looking for adult volunteers to help plant 1100 trees! This would be a great opportunity to help the community and spend some time together!

Date: Tuesday April 26 from 9am to 1200 noon
Where: We will meet in front of the Nature … read more.