We know that it is difficult to come into a large group not knowing anyone or how things are done. We are concerned that you feel comfortable and welcome here so we have prepared this page for you.
- Stop at the Visitor Information Table in the foyer and say hello. The person staffing the table will be able to answer many of your questions about Unitarian Universalism and this congregation.
- Sign the guest book to get on our newsletter mailing list and/or to request a name tag.
- Join us at the Newcomers’ Corner in the Social Hall after Sunday services. The Social Hall can be quite busy. The Newcomer Corner provides a more quiet and more personal way to meet us.
- Enroll your children in religious education ("R.E."). You can pick up a registration form in your child’s class or contact the Director of Religious Education at 446-8920. Anyone at the Visitor Table can direct you downstairs to the R.E. program.
- Check out the social calendar and postings of other social events and activities on our bulletin boards leading into the Social Hall. Join any activity that interests you.
- Call our minister, Rev. Jean L. Wahlstrom, who will be glad to sit down with you over coffee to answer any questions you may have, or just to get to know you better. Meeting with our minister is a great way to discover how your interests and gifts can find a home at May Memorial. You can reach Jean at the church office at 446-8920 or
To Become a Member
You do not have to be a member to participate in the activities of our religious community. All levels of involvement are celebrated. In fact, we encourage everyone to take their time before making the commitment of membership. We ask all who are interested in joining May Memorial as a member to
, Rev. Jean L. Wahlstrom. Jean will explain the commitment that comes with membership.
The ritual of joining involves signing our membership book in either a private or public forum. By becoming a member of MMUUS you choose to join us in fostering a community dedicated to justice, beauty, diversity and truth. Members bring to the society their talent, energy, conviction and financial support, knowing that this community will prosper as we invest ourselves in it.