Learn more about how Unitarians and Universalists helped to shape American history.   “Our History of Religious Freedom”



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 that is guided 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. Discover Unitarian Universalism.

“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

For the latest and most in-depth information on Unitarian Universalism,
be sure to check out the new and improved UUA.org!


Date Service (11am) Adult Forum (9:45-10:30am)
May 29 “Three Questions to Ask on Memorial Day.”
Service Leader: Tom Spencer
Gardening at the Meeting House.
Hosts: Kathy Klos and Sari Embley
June 5 “Deeds, Not Creeds: Are Deeds Enough?” Service Leaders: The Morski Family of Escanaba S”kills for Healthy Adult Relationships and How My Children Helped Me Learn Them.”
Host: Mike Kowalczyk

June 12 

Service Leader: Chris Rothbauer, Minister at the Keewenaw UU Fellowship  Interview With a Sufi Master, Part II.” Host: Amir Afshar



Saturday & Sunday, August  6 & 7
UUUP Summerfest @ Bewabic State Park
All are invited for this UU Weekend experience!

Wednesday, September 14 @ 5pm
MqtUU Open House
All the Mqt Community is invited to come check us out and enjoy an evening of food, friends and fun!



The Building & Grounds 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, May 28 @ 9am!  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!