The Unitarian Universalist Bay de Noc Fellowship

We welcome you no matter your age, no matter your color, no matter your gender, no matter who you love, or what you believe. All are welcome here. Please come to one of our services or UU sponsored events and activities.

Services Notice

From John Gagnon - Sunday Service Chairperson
We are planning in-person services in the next quarter, but want time to work out the details, possibly adding a Zoom option for those gatherings. While We look forward to in-person services, we don't want to lose the advantage of the Zoom connection for our folks who travel and those most comfortable enjoying services in their homes (and maybe in their favorite pajamas). Our first in person service is scheduled for August 22.

Please contact us at for information on accessing our virtual Zoom services

Upcoming Service

July 11th: 11:00 AM
"Finding Kindness in the Face of Evil"

Joint Zoom Service with Petosky Led by Rev. Alice Diebel
July 25th: TBD

General Assembly Worship 
Join us virtually for the largest annual gathering of UUs joining in worship. Live stream is available to the public.
A link will be sent out.

Contact us at for information on joining our Zoom services.

On May 10th, 2021 the Unitarian Universalist Bay de Noc Fellowship was officially approved as a Welcoming Congregation by the Unitarian Universalist Association. The Welcoming Congregation Program is a volunteer program for congregations that want to take intentional steps to be more welcoming and inclusive of people of all sexual orientations and gender identities ( The Unitarian Universalist of Bay de Noc Welcoming Congregation Committee included Chairperson, Vicki McGaffigan; Board Vice President, Laurie Johnson; and Social Action Committee Chairperson, Gus Olson. See the "About Us" page for more information on the Welcoming Congregation program.
Social Action Alert
The Equality Act is a bill in the U.S. Congress that, if passed, would amend the Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in employment, housing, public accommodations, public education, federal funding, credit, and the jury system. The bill passed the U.S. House of Representatives on February 25, and will be introduced in the Senate soon. Take action today by contacting your Senators by email or phone to support passage of The Equality Act. Just a few clicks will get it done.  Here is a link for more information on the Equality Act.


In-person services are normally held at
The Bonifas Arts Center, 700 1st Ave South, Escanaba, MI 49829