Join us as we embark on an interactive study of the Bible from start to finish. Using The Story, written by Randy Frazee and Max Lucado, we will spend Thursday evenings reading and discussing the Bible as a holistic narrative. Not only will we learn to content of the stories in the Bible, but we will also examine how they fit into the overarching story of God's loving pursuit of his people. This class will provide an excellent foundation for youth to gain a deeper understanding of Sunday sermons, and our faith as a whole.
Tickets are on sale now for our Choral Scholarship fundraiser!
This Broadway revue will showcase the talents of UUMC's four scholarship students and other MSU Music School students.
Enjoy an evening of delicious desserts and fabulous music on Friday March 8 at 8:00 p.m. in Asbury Hall. Tickets are $50 each and may be purchased on Sunday mornings in the Gathering Space of the church or in the church office during office hours (M-F, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) For check or Venmo (@UUMCDonation) purchases, please indicate "Broadway Revue" in the memo line. A list of those who purchase through Venmo will be at the door the night of the event. Tickets can also be purchased at the door if still available. It is strongly recommended that tickets be purchased in advance as seating is limited.
This would be a wonderful date night for International Women’s Day or for a group of family or friends. Purchase a table (8 people) for $400.
Rev. Dr. Chris Momany will guest preach on his book, Compelling Lives: Compelling Lives: Five Methodist Abolitionists and the Ideas That Inspired Them, focusing on Henry Bibb. Church & Society will host a luncheon and talk-back in Asbury Hall at 12 noon. $10 donation per person for lunch is suggested but not required. RSVP in the Gathering Space or contact the church office. 517-351-7030.