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If you have more questions than answers when it comes to faith, you’re not alone. Many of us yearn for a loving, open minded spiritual community by a free and responsible quest for truth and meaning in our lives and not by a set creed or dogma. There is a religion that welcomes your search.

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Date 11am Service


“Father Coyote”
Service Leader: gg gordon


*“Get Active!”
Service Leader: Simone Chiodini


The Lamp Beside the Golden Door:  Welcoming Immigrants to America
Service Leader: February Sky

*“Get Active!” – This sermon talks about Asian American civil rights leader and Black Panther Grace Lee Boggs. It describes her take on Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X. Then I’ll go on to talk about why Black Lives Matter is an important social movement. I encourage everyone to get active in a cause that speaks to their heart.

~ Simone Chiodini

The Lamp Beside the Golden Door:  Welcoming Immigrants to America
Presenter:  February Sky
The path of immigrants in America has not been all easy money and streets paved with gold.   Besides leaving behind family and beloved homelands, immigrants have often been subjected to discrimination, overwork, low wages and substandard living conditions.  We will look at the treatment of various immigrant groups when they first arrived in the U.S., and consider how we, as Unitarian Universalists, can help to welcome our new neighbors from other lands.

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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!



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