Category: News

Fall Clean-Up Day

Add to your calendar!
The Fall Clean-Up Day is planned for Saturday, October 2, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. A rain day is planned for October 9. The city will do a final pick up of sticks during the week of October 11. After that, we hope to have … read more.

Name Tag Updates

As we’ve joined back together a few questions have surfaced. The Covid task force has come together to determine that we do not need to sanitize the name tags. This is based on data from the CDC dated April 5, 2021.

Data from surface survival studies … read more.

UUFoM Interest Survey – Fall 2021

As we gear up for increased fellowship activities, and — we hope — for new opportunities to come together in person, we invite you to share with us areas of interest, time frames, and formats around which you would like to connect with others. Click … read more.

Building and Grounds Update – September 2021

I hope you have noticed the new paint work on the building.  Sandy showed the committee different quotes that he had gotten, and I would say we picked the best one. They did a good job of matching the past colors. 

A new dishwasher is being added to … read more.

Finance Update

This past eighteen months have been an incredible period for the Fellowship and for its finances. Most of you are familiar with the trials and tribulations associated with halting in-person services, starting up with Zoom, procedures and criteria for re-opening, but you may not be … read more.

Fellowship Office News

The virtual Fellowship Office will be closed August 16 and will re-open August 26.  The weekly Candle Flame newsletter will resume on August 27.  If you need assistance during this time, please contact Pastoral Care or a member of the UUFoM Board.  

Important Dates
Wednesday, September 1, … read more.

“Moving Forward” Stepping Stone Creation

Various Dates (see below)
UU Fellowship Grounds 

Decorate a stepping stone at UUFoM! 

We will be holding multiple sessions on the UUFoM grounds to decorate a stepping stone.  Materials – including tiny mirrors, marbles, and glow-in-the-dark rocks – donated by Rev. Eric Severson and Ellen Severson.  People are … read more.