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In Fall of 2000 Robert Franke, a Universalist Unitarian sense 1960, started spreading the word that he wanted to start a church in Mount Pleasant. On October 26, 2000 the first meeting was held with 26 attendees and they began to meet monthly. Franke was ordained minister on September 30, 2001 and remained minister until October 2004 when he was forced to resign due to health problems. This welcoming fellowship known as the United Universalist fellowship of Central Michigan has around one hundred official members. Among these members are worship director Dawn Daniels and consulting minister Reverend Dr. Nana’ Kratochvil. Dawn has been a member sense March of 2007 and began as the churches worship director in July of 2008. Reverend Dr. Kratochvil began serving as a quarter time minister and has thirteen years of service to the Harbor of Unitarian Universalist church of Muskegon. On July 15th of last year the UUFCM bought the art reach building whose facilities they had been using. In the Spring of 2010 the United Universalist fellowship of Central Michigan decided to start the Welcoming Congregation Initiative. This initiative focuses on creating a congregation where people of any sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression can feel at home.
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  • Fall '09
  • Staff
  • Unitarian Universalism, Universalist Church of America, Unitarian Universalist Association, united universalist fellowship, United Universalist fellowship of Central Michigan, UUFCM

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