UU Church of Farmington members practice a diverse spectrum of beliefs, but we all unite around our mission statement:
Seek answers everywhere,
Live with compassion
Our membership has included Humanists, Liberal Christians; Practicing Buddhists, Neo-Pagans, Agnostics, Atheists; and people who practice cultural Hindu and Jewish rituals.
Unitarian Universalism is woven from a variety of world religions over 500 years. The foundation of our faith is based on compassion based activism, intellectual questioning and spiritual practices.
UUCF’s solar array commemorates the spirit and long lives of two congregants of this historic church, Virginia Slotnick & Esther Friedrichs, donated by Dennis Slotnick and Dave Friedrichs. It also supports our seventh UU principle of respect for the interdependent web of life of which we are a part. At present, it will offset 1/3 of UUCF’s annual power costs every year. You can check how our solar array is doing by clicking here!
Our Sunday School welcomes children and youth into an environment that leads them through a curriculum drawing on wisdom of world religions using our 7 UU Principles as the underlying foundation. We have separate groups for elementary-aged children as well as teenagers, with our youngest kids in a supervised nursery setting with engaging toys and volunteers from the church to read to them and play with them.
Our wedding chapel is an 1853 registered historic meeting house that is situated on seven acres of woods and gardens in Oakland County Michigan. A reception hall is available directly below the wedding chapel. Our wedding chapel and reception hall are conveniently located near hotels and major expressways.