We love to gather for chili cook-offs, Advent dinners, Lenten Soup & Bread meals, picnics and large congregational meals. We can always think of a reason for a potluck! Here are some ways ULC members share fellowship with one another.
Dinner for Eight (D48)
Dinner for Eight ministry (D48) is a great way to meet new people at ULC and get to know your church family better by spending time eating and sharing together. Members and friends gather once each quarter in member homes for fellowship and food. Groups of eight are assigned homes with the goal of always "meeting someone new." Hosts provide the main entree and beverages, and guests provide the rest of the meal. Adults (single or couples) are welcomed and encouraged to join. Check the calendar for the next D48 event. Contact Ann Booren for more information.
Aces & Spaces Bridge Group
Like to play bridge? Members gather monthly at ULC to play bridge on Friday evenings. Contact Tom Kissling for more information.
This longstanding group of retired men gather weekly for breakfast at 8 am on Wednesday mornings at the International House of Pancakes in East Lansing. New members always welcomed! Contact Roger Hoopingarner for more information.
20's and 30's Dinner Group
Are you a 20 or 30 something? Would you like to gather for dinner with other 20 or 30 somethings in our area? We meet regularly on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month. For more information, please contact Pastor Haley Vay Beaman. We look forward to breaking bread with you!
Retirees (55 and older) gather together every month for fellowship and projects. Contact Jan Mace for more information.
ULC Book Club
Members meet monthly during the academic year in the ULC Library on the 4th Thursday at 10 am. Our next meeting is on Thursday, Oct. 25th. The October selection is "Without
You There Is No Us: Undercover Among the Sons of the North Korean Elite" by Suki Kim. All are welcome to join us! Contact Book Club leader Judy Kindel to learn more.