Many Beliefs, One Faith


Sunday Worship Services


11:00 a.m.
1296 Montgomery, Muskegon, MI 49441

For further information call 231-755-2932

Services for April 2018:

April 1 – “Bunnies, Chicks, Eggs, and Flowers – Easter for Unitarian Universalists” – February Sky
Music duo February Sky (Susan Urban and Phil Cooper) – History, reflection, and music
dealing with ways to “own” this most Christian of holidays, whether or not
we believe in the resurrection of Jesus.
* Noisy Offering *
* Mission for Area People – and their pets – collection *

April 8 – “Memphis and Beyond: the Legacy of ML King, Jr.”  – Brother Tom Wagner
Putting King’s final Civil Rights campaign into context 50 years later.
“Special Music” by women’s a cappella group, Just Us.

April 15 – “The Promise of All Lives Mattering” – by Amanda Udis-Kessler, read by Rebecca St. Clair

April 22  – “What is Our Problem and What is Our Solution?” – Rev. Colleen Squires
Religion scholar Stephen Prothero believes different religions respond to different
problems: “Christians identify the problem as sin, and the solution is salvation;
for Buddhists, however, the problem is suffering and the solution is nirvana.”
“Special Music” by the combined choirs of HUUC and All Souls Community Church.

April 29 – “What is Your Source?” – Rev. Elizabeth D. Barnum
Across media, we hear the words evidence-based, faith-based, experience-based
or values-based as substantiating a wide range of viewpoints, studies, claims,
and research.  Where fake news, sound bites, and talking points take up a lot of
airtime.  How do we distinguish fact and fiction, propaganda and wisdom,
tale and truth?