The Fellowship Office added a new facebook group entitled UUFoM News. Admins and moderators of this group will post official news, Sunday Service information and events from the Fellowship Office, Board of Trustees, Ministry Groups and Governance Committees. Members of the UUFoM News group will … read more.
Saturday, August 15
(and more dates TBA)
The Seversons have been collecting supplies — colored tiles, glass marbles, rocks (some of them glow-in-the-dark!), 10-inch molds, mirrors, stamps for adding words, and plastic gloves to protect people’s hands.
This is a developing idea, much like the plant- and … read more.
Sunday, August 8 at 1:00pm
Please join your fellow citizens and music lovers in a group drum circle. Local drum circle members will be here to assist you with following the beat. Everyone can do this – no music experience is required. Bring any percussion … read more.
This past year has been filled with disconnection and disorientation. Yet, as challenging as it has been, we have weathered it well, on the whole. I would like to propose a theme for the coming year: “Finding Our Way,” focusing on reconnecting with one another … read more.
We Want to Hear From You!
As we move into the next few months of reopening and connection, Rev. Eric and the UUFoM Board invite you to come to a listening session where we can all share our thoughts, wishes, hopes, needs, and vision for our … read more.
Building and Grounds finished moving all the wood chips to the correct locations. Thank you to Dan Sealey, Vicki Rothhaar, and Tim Wagner for moving a large amount of wood chips.
Marsha McDonald worked on the main front garden. Janelle Dombek, Linda Rector and Marsha worked on the gardens to the right of the … read more.
A few congregants have expressed sadness and frustration over the pace of our reopening to in-person gatherings. We are taking our lead from the Centers for Disease Control and the Unitarian Universalist Association. Among the resources available are a video message by UUA President Susan … read more.
Now that we’re starting to emerge from the pandemic that has controlled our lives for the past fifteen months, we are all yearning to get to our new “normal,” and gather for worship and fellowship. Over these past grueling months, Rev. Eric, the UUFoM Covid-19 Task Force, and … read more.