Welcome to This ‘n That, current news and info of MqtUU and the greater Marquette Community…
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH…GET OUT & VOTE! (cuz ya can!)
Check out this UU Voting Guide.
November’s “Share the Plate” recipient:
Our mission is to raise awareness about the prevalence of hunger in our community, and to begin fundraising in order to combat local poverty in the most effective and sustainable way possible.
MqtUU made the 2014 Honor Roll, which celebrates the 641 member congregations of the UUA who contributed the full requested amount via the Annual Program Fund or the GIFT program last year!
“Thank you for your excellent support! Congregation’s contributions to the UUA via APF and GIFT are the largest source of income for our Association, and your generosity allows us all to do so much good.”
Norrie Gall, Annual Program Fund Assistant
Vail Weller, Congregational Giving Director
HAPPENINGS @ The Meeting House…
Reflection & Learning Project on Israel-Palestine
Steadfast Hope: The Palestinian Quest for a Just Peace
Sundays, Nov. 2, 9, 16 & 23
1:15 – 2:30 pm
As a responsible faith community, we want to become informed so as to understand, converse, and act with a solid background and foundation. A three-part series of four workshops each, following three (UU, Episcopal, and Presbyterian) study guides, will take place in November, January, and April.
A light refreshments will be served and childcare can be provided. For more information contact Barb Michael.
OPPORTUNITIES TO GET INVOLVED
CHANGE! Please note change in day…
UU Singers monthly rehearsal:
Tuesday, Nov. 4, 7-8:30 pm
@ the Meeting House.
Piano Accompanist needed to accompany singing on hymns/songs, choir and solo anthems, and offer occasional preludes and postludes. Part-time work: Sunday mornings, once/mo small choir rehearsal, some planning time and some personal practice time.If interested, please contact Barbara Michael at 273-1174.
Please pass this message to anyone who may be interested.
WEEKLY HAPPENINs @ THE MEETING HOUSE
Upper Yoopers Barbershop Chorus Rehearsal
Every Thursday 7pm-9pm
Every Wednesday @ 5:30 p.m.
Yoga Therapist: Dharmini Robertson
If you, or someone you know, are interested in attending MqtUU but are unable due to lack of transportation please call the Meeting House at (906) 249-9450 and we will help find a ride for you! Also, if you regularly attend MqtUU and are willing and available to give a ride to a neighbor please call and we will add you to the rideshare list. THANK YOU!
Marqtran Door-to-Door Service is available to schedule rides from anywhere in Marquette to our Meeting House! Please call 225-1112 or Check out marqtran.com
Our own Maitri White will be performing in the MSHS Production of Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun. Performances will run November 6-8, 2014 in Kaufman Auditorium. All performances start at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale now at all NMU ticket outlets, online or by phone at 906-227-1032.
FROM NMU: The Native American Student Association will host the 14th Annual First Nations Food Taster, Friday, November 7, 5 – 7 p.m. D.J. Jacobetti Complex on NMU campus. Join us for a taste of traditional and contemporary Indigenous foods from the Great Lakes region. Much of our menu choices have been incorporated from the Decolonizing Diet Project, such as bison stew, bison/venison meatloaf, sunbutter cookies, and pumpkin cornbread. Other options come from a contemporary recipe such as the three sisters casserole.Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Center for Native American Studies, 112 Whitman Hall.
Advance ticket prices Tickets at Door
$5 – NMU Student with ID and Elders $7 – NMU Student with ID and Elders
$12 – General Public $15 – General Public
If you are paying cash towards your pledge, there are envelopes on the table in the entry of the Meeting House to put cash contributions in the Sunday Collection baskets. THANK YOU!
FOR QUICK CLEANUP…When activities are held at the Meeting House, just like any house, sometimes messes are made. There is a Sweeper available in the Utility Closet near the water fountain. The Sweeper is a manual for use by little hands as well as big hands! Thank you!
FROM THE INTERFAITH COMMUNITY:
“First Friday Marquette Interfaith Open Forum”
November 7, from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.
@ “Little Jimmies”, the St. James the Less building in Harvey, a small white building on the right side of US 41 just beyond the Family Dollar store sign on your right heading south from Marquette and across US 41 from Shaw’s Phillips 66 Service Station. Feel free to bring your lunch and beverage.
The Annual Marquette Interfaith
Tuesday, November 25 @ 7pm
Hosted this year by the Jewish community of
Temple Beth Sholom
(intersection of Elm & Prairie Streets in Ishpeming).