We are a congregation at home in the world!

All are welcome to our new church home at 5509 South Pennsylvania Avenue in Lansing. We worship at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings, with some services preceded by a meditative movement practice at 10:15 a.m.

We have worked hard to raise funds and lend many hands to the creation of our new, more accessible place of worship, and we are happy to be home--finally!

Just in time for our Church Picnic on Sunday, September 11, our summer day campers have built a fire pit south of the pole barn, and other wonderful improvements and repairs to our building and grounds are ongoing.
We will dedicate our new building on Sunday, October 2, at 3:00 p.m. Our guest speaker is Jim Key, Moderator of the Unitarian Universalist Association. The Moderator is the highest level lay leader in our denomination, and we are thrilled to welcome Jim. All are welcome to this joyous celebration!

If you haven't yet visited, below is a map to our new location.



Meanwhile, we remain committed to justice and social action in our community and beyond. All are welcome to "stand on the side of love" with us on any day of the week!


Our new church is an upcycled school on about nine acres of field and forest near a stretch of the new South Lansing Pathway. Indoors and out, it is becoming a more welcoming sanctuary for our diverse worshipers. Renovations were planned with both accessibility and sustainability as top priorities, followed by durability and aesthetic beauty.


Grounds Planning volunteers are gathering ideas, supplies, and helping hands for our wonderful new outdoor areas. Email groundssouthpenn@gmail.com to get involved. Thank you!


If you would like to help fund our dreams for a beloved and welcoming community with a pledge or gift, here is how you can contribute.

For ongoing reports of our Board of Trustees' work, see the Splinters from the Board, a summary of each monthly and special Board meeting.

All are welcome to subscribe to our weekly church news emails and/or follow us on Facebook to keep informed of our moving progress! It is good to be together.