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UPCOMING SERVICES

Date 11am Service

April
2

“Our Immigrant Families: Sharing our Histories”
Service Leader: Kathy Klos

April
9

 “Radical Hospitality”*
Service Leader: Rev. Chris Rothbauer

April
16

“Climate: It’s real. It’s bad. There’s hope.” John Forslin**
Service Leader: Kathy Klos

 

*Why have Unitarian Universalists have long been allied with justice causes and interfaith groups? What would it look like if we saw such solidarity as an expression of radical hospitality, a practice of opening our whole lives to the stranger and afflicted? Rev. Chris Rothbauer will examine what it would look like if we were to open to letting others into our lives in deep and meaningful ways?

**John Forslin is a long time DNR employee who is devoting his retirement to educating people on the climate issue. He is a member of the leadership corps of the Climate Reality Project, now numbering over 10,000 strong, which makes climate presentations and assists with civic projects around the world. John has been giving talks in the UP region for three years now and is eager to share current reports and insights with us. 

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Women’s March
January 21, 2017

“to stand in solidarity with our sisters and brothers who are marching in Washington DC. We unite to reaffirm “the core American values of freedom and democracy for all at a time when many fear that their voices will be lost, specifically related to women’s rights, immigrant rights, worker rights, reproductive rights, LGBTQIA rights, environmental rights, rights for all races, and religious freedom.” Women’s March – Marquette  700+ people, including many from the Marquette Unitarian Universalist Congregation, showed up at the Post Office in Marquette to show support and get our voices heard!

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MqtUU Mission Statement:

We, the members of the Marquette Unitarian Universalist Congregation, are:
Brought Together by a Core Belief in the Power of Love and are
Committed to Building Beloved Community.
We Care for, Nurture and Support the Spiritual Growth of One Another:
We Share Reverence for our Natural Environment and are dedicated to the
Respectful Stewardship of the Earth: and
We Work Together to Bend the Moral Arc of the Universe
Toward Justice, Fairness and Compassion.

“If you want a religious tradition that respects you and challenges you at the same time to be your best self [your most authentic self] in everything you do in your life, then this is the tradition for you.” Voices for a Liberal Faith