As you consider membership in the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Midland, we invite you to:

  • Attend Sunday worship (currently online) and coffee hour (when we gather in person again), get to know others, and see if you feel at home.
  • Complete a visitor information slip online or at the greeter station (when we gather in person), so that you can receive our weekly Candle Flame e-newsletter and learn about the many ways to connect.
  • Attend an introductory “UUFoM and You” orientation session, offered periodically throughout the year.
  • Get involved in educational, spiritual, or service opportunities that interest you.
  • Complete an “Intent to Become a Member” card.
  • Meet with the minister so that he may learn more about you, what you are seeking in a spiritual home, explain the rights and responsibilities of membership, and learn how the congregation can best minister to you.
  • Sign the membership book during one of the new member signing ceremonies prior to a worship service. If you are unable to participate in one of these ceremonies, make arrangements with the minister or a member of the Engagement Team to sign at another time.
  • Participate in a new member welcoming ceremony (typically during a Sunday service).

Members of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Midland receive:

  • A greater sense of connection and commitment to/from a spiritual community and something greater than themselves.
  • Ministerial services for weddings, child dedications, and memorial services at no cost.
  • Full voting rights regarding the annual budget, electing leaders, and other important church issues.
  • The Unitarian Universalist Association’s publication, UUWorld. 

See Membership FAQ for more details.