Members of our congregation weave social justice into every area of church life, from Sunday morning activities like Second-Sunday Plate Collections and Fair Trade coffee and chocolate sales to youth and children's projects.
All are welcome to worship on Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
After worship every Sunday, all are invited to enjoy coffee and conversation in our Social Hall and Atrium. The Atrium is filled with tables where you can sign up for programs, volunteer, and engage with a multitude of social justice campaigns as they arise.
All are invited to join our Black Lives Matter demonstrations on the sidewalk each Sunday at about 11:45 a.m.
On Sunday, August 27, all are welcome to stay after worship for a presentation on a non-partisan campaign against gerrymandering in Michigan. If you are interested, come to learn more about this complex issue and ways you can help to get a solution on our state's ballot.
Throughout the year, members of our congregation participate in social justice events and projects at our church and in the wider community outside of our doors.
Michigan Collaborative to End Mass Incarceration, the Mid-Michigan Immigration Coalition, and the Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun Violence.
Our congregation is connected with UU justice movements on many levels, from local to global, through the Common Reads, Congregational Study/Action Issues, and Statements of Conscience by the Unitarian Universalist Association, the Michigan UU Social Justice Network, the Chalice Lighters program of the MidAmerica Region, and the international UU Service Committee. Our faith is also affiliated with the UU United Nations Office.
For the past several years, the UUSC has recognized our congregation with the Creating Justice Banner Society Award because more than a quarter of our members are also UUSC members.