• 2/25/2024 – “The Founders – Faith & Freedom”
    Join us in exploring not just what the nation’s founders believed, but the context of those beliefs in their times, so that we can understand how the Constitution became a secular document. What does that teach us about religious freedom and how does that framework still affect us today? Guest speaker Jennifer Vannette has a ...
  • 2/18/2024 – “”For the Love of Music”
    The gifts of justice and equity are rooted in love. Join us for our second Music Sunday, presented by our Music Team and choir. The service features music that speaks to both the human heart and the heart of justice: love. Shared by UUFoM musicians “for the love of music.” https://youtu.be/53CpNZvG2GQ
  • 2/11/2024 – “A Very Good Idea”
    https://youtu.be/Oyt7bA8B7uY
  • 2/4/2024 – “Whither Equity?”
    While equality means providing the same opportunity to all, equity means recognizing that we do not all start from the same place. We have a responsibility to acknowledge and make adjustments to systemic imbalances. Led by Rev. Eric Severson. https://youtu.be/10oTBFVPHTQ
  • 1/21/2024 – “Working Toward Liberating Love”
    What does it mean to work toward liberating love? Join us as guest speaker Ryan Griffus, director of the Midland County Juvenile Justice Center, describes his work and commitment to loving the next generation. Led by Rev. Eric Severson. https://youtu.be/QMpoYCklw7s
  • 1/7/2024 – “For the Love of Janus”
    Join us for our annual ritual of letting go and of preparation for the new. Led by Rev. Eric Severson. https://youtu.be/-HyBgIbmYmI
  • 12/24/2023 – “The Power of the Babe”
    Join us for an all-ages Christmas Eve service celebrating the power and promise of newborn life. Led by Rev. Eric Severson and DRE Jen Page. https://youtu.be/zKR2go7IoJc
  • 12/17/2023 “That’s Really ‘Out There'”
    There is so much we don’t understand about the universe. And yet, there are things we do know. Join us in celebrating the coming winter solstice and the gift of mystery in our lives. Led by Rev. Eric Severson. https://youtu.be/s0tG3nLoACs
  • 12/10/2023 – “Giving Voice to Mystery”
    Our UUFoM choir has been singing for the Dow Garden Holiday Walk for decades. “Choir Sunday” is a way to share that gift of music with our congregation, too. Join us as our choir, directed by Andrew Schulz, gives voice to mystery in song. https://youtu.be/ZiC9lrvsKPw
  • 12/3/2023 – “Addressing Conundrums Together”
    Reflections on the difficult problems or questions when doing social justice work. Led by Jim Crissman, Alan Ells, and Susan Mayer. https://youtu.be/KwIB1ypCskY