The Universalist Unitarian Church of Farmington is currently in search for our next full time minister. At present, we have several area ministers who provide sermons on a reoccurring basis, as well as various lay person speakers.
Pastoral care is coordinated by a team of volunteers and a contracted pastoral care minister who is available for home & hospital visits when necessary.
We also have area ministers we can recommend who will provide services for the personal moments in your life such as weddings and memorial services. Reach out to our main office to learn more.
Diana Munch, Music Director
Diana is a pianist, harpsichordist and forte pianist, who has accompanied singers, instrumentalists, chamber music ensembles and choral groups in Michigan, as well as on European tours. She served on staff at Wayne State University for seven years as Accompanist for the Music Department. She is a State-Certified Piano Teacher through the Michigan Music Teachers Association and has taught piano lessons for over 40 years.
Cheryl Krug, Congregational Administrator
Cheryl has been employed at UUCF for almost 17 years. Prior to coming to UUCF she was the Church Administrator at Salem UCC Church in downtown Farmington. She is also a part-time Realtor of 18 years, and runs a small business as an AVON Independent Representative. Cheryl was raised in Livonia, Michigan where she has lived most of her life. Married to her husband, Kyle for 43 years, they have four adult sons and 9 grandchildren. She often babysits her grands and enjoys hanging out with them. She loves to watch them participate in sports and other activities. Holidays and other gatherings with everyone in one place at the same time are hard to come by, but those are her favorite times. Her hobbies include sewing, crocheting and golfing with friends.
Corrie Cortez, Religious Education Coordinator
Corrie Boczek-Cortez joyfully started working as our Religious Education Coordinator in October 2022. Corrie is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a major in Wildlife Biology and a minor in Natural Resources. She had the opportunity to study at The Chimpanzee Human Communication Institute, where she used sign language to learn and communicate with several chimpanzees including Washoe, the first chimpanzee to learn sign language.
Corrie is naturalist and previously taught environmental education in Illinois and California. She has also been a paraprofessional working in autism programs in Illinois, California, and Michigan for over 18 years. She has two beautiful children and enjoys gardening, raising butterflies, birding, studying world cultures & religions, as well as being a supporter of peoples dreams and aspirations. She is delighted and grateful to be sharing her passion and making a difference in the lives of the youth here at Universalist Unitarian Church of Farmington.