Welcome to MqtUU!

ssl_30days_logo_smallDuring this time of organizing and resistance, may we strengthen our resolve to work for racial justice and build beloved community. And Kicking off in the New Year on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend and concluding with a Valentine’s Day transformation, we will be honoring and observing Thirty Days of Love—a time for love, community, and prophetic action. From Saturday, January 16 through Sunday, February 14, 2016 people of faith and conscience will show up for Black Lives Matter and racial justice throughout the country as part of Thirty Days of Love.


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Maybe you are uncomfortable with the idea of God – or at least someone else’s idea of God. Yet maybe you yearn for a loving, spiritual community where you can be inspired and encouraged as you search for your own truth and meaning. This is a church, you ask?
Welcome to Unitarian Universalism.

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Date Service (11am) Adult Forum (9:45-10:30am)
Feb. 14  “Gifts of the Heart Valentine’s Tea Service”
Service Leaders: MqtUU Children and Youth
Congregational Conversation about…”Night Raid”
Host: MqtUU Board of Trustees
Feb. 21 “Our Confounding Fathers” Roger Greeley
Service Leader: Tim VanderVeen
Gita to Gandhi: Yogas and Modern Hinduism” (video).
Host: Tom Sullivan

Feb. 28

“Squeeze A Lemon” Tom Spencer
Stewardship Service
Service Leader: Mike White
“Flintgate” Host: Mary Maki

Feb.  14   Adult Forum hosted by the MqtUU Board of Trustees:  “Congregational Conversations,” including presentation and discussion about the “Night Raid” exhibit by Jewish-American photo-journalist, Richard Cahan.



The Building Committee is in need of volunteers. The building committee is responsible for the care and maintenance of the building (not including cleaning), and for planning improvements along with the Board of Trustees and the congregation. Please contact Mike Erdmann, *protected email* for more information.

A Congregational Work Day is scheduled for Saturday, January 30!  There is much to be done in the Meeting House for better organization and interior structural and aesthetic improvements!  Come, share food, work and adventure with us!


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.


Welcome to the MqtUU Meeting House!