We gather for chili cook-offs, Advent dinners, Lenten Soup & Bread meals, picnics and congregational meals both large and small. Here are just a few examples of how we share fellowship with one another.
ULC Book Club
In October we will discuss The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich. The book follows several Native Americans from an impoverished reservation community in North Dakota as they grapple with the United States Congress, family struggles and mistreatment by those outside the reservation. We will meet on Thursday, Oct. 21st at 10 a.m., location to be determined. In November we will discuss The Beauty in Breaking by Michele Harper.
The book club meets the third Thursday of every month from September to May at 10 a.m. We take the month of December off to accommodate busy holiday schedules.
We would love to have you join us! Please reach out to Beth Rahe and Mary Kotnik to be added to our email list and keep you informed with Zoom links, future book choices and any changes in meeting times or venue.
Following a pause due to COVID 19 dining restrictions, this long standing group of retired men is once again gathering weekly for breakfast at 8am on Wednesday mornings at the International House of Pancakes in East Lansing. New members always welcomed! Contact Emmett Braselton for more information.
Retirees (55 and older) gather together every month for fellowship and projects. Contact Jan Mace for more information. Group meetings are currently on hiatus during the pandemic.
Brunch Bunch is a new ULC fellowship group! All women and friends of ULC are invited. We will meet on the second Thursday of the month at 9:30 a.m. beginning Sept. 9 at the IHOP in E. Lansing. If you would like to get an email reminder, please contact Jan Mace Sollenberger to be added to the list.
Annual Advent Dinner
On the first Sunday of Advent, members gather for worship, fellowship, wreath making, cookie decorating and carol singing.