This annual fundraiser helps our youth show off their skills & talents, and perform a unique service to the community. The proceeds from the Spaghetti Dinner fund our “Cleaning Buckets” project for Housing Services of Mid-Michigan. Continue reading
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Curt Scott shares his experience of Michigan Conference Fall meeting in observations, materials offered and discussed, topics for breakout sessions, and what was said or, in some cases, unsaid by presenters regarding the direction and future of this denomination. Continue reading
Lots of good opportunities to “reach out” this holiday season: White Bags, Coat project, Mitten Tree, Adopt a Family gifts. Join in and feel the warmth of giving! Continue reading
September, join friends in this congregation putting some thought & energy into your own healthy lifestyle! Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who supported the Let Us So Love prayer pocket project. Many people generously contributed time and materials to create almost 1000 knitted, crocheted, and sewn pockets, blessed in the Sept 20 worship service. Continue reading
Visit our Hope Garden spot, behind the annex for a peace filled experience of garden in all seasons. Benches allow for a place to rest and surrender yourself to the sun, the rain, and the wind, as do the flowers and the birds. Surrender yourself to God. Wish for nothing but one thing: that his will be done, that his kingdom come, and that his nature be revealed. Then all will be well. (Eberhard Arnold) Continue reading
Keeping you posted Newsletter from UCC National Offices go: HERE Most recent news: “A Model of Creation Justice” For news from the Michigan Conference of the UCC go: HERE and for their bi-weekly Newsletter go HERE
Join with a great group of textile activists at 9 am on the first and third Saturday morning of each month. We are always in need of shawls and recipients. Continue reading