We would love to welcome our newcomers as members, and we are planning a celebration on Sunday, June 12. If you are interested in joining, please let Wendy know at email@example.com. We’ll set up orientation sessions in coming weeks to meet your schedules. Welcome!
Updated April 29, 2022
Vaccinations for COVID-19 and other illnesses still are strongly recommended if you are able.Masks will be optional, indoors or out, except required for singing. Food and drink are allowed in the building.Fans, open windows, and air filters are encouraged to provide air … read more.
This year we will be planting petunias along Eastman Avenue, on May 21. UUFoM will have the same section we had last year. Planting starts at 8:30am, rain or shine. Mary Johnson will pick up the team leader packet the first week in May. A … read more.
Saturday, May 7
With Covid — we hope — on the wane, and people returning to actual services, it is time to spiff up the Fellowship grounds.
Outdoor spiffing is scheduled for Saturday, May 7, 9:00am-12:00pm. If you have shovels, wheelbarrows, or machines to weed-whack … read more.
UUFoM & You
May 6 and May 13 – 7:00-8:30 p.m
If you think you may have found a spiritual home at UUFoM and are ready to consider becoming a member, or if you are already a member and want to know more, please be … read more.
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.
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 bit.ly/SerendipitySignup to attend the live auction, enter your pot luck contribution, volunteer to be a circus helper, and register for child care (by May 1).
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.
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.
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.