UBW Fire and Meeting Location Updates

Our church building is temporarily closed.
Sunday Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. at:
The Dry Dock, 412 Huron Ave., Port Huron

Sunday Mediation will be held at 2:30 p.m. at The Dry Dock

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Facebook update
Oct. 17, 2023

An update on where things stand with our spiritual center in Port Huron: 
A fire on September 9th substantially damaged the church sanctuary, with additional water and smoke damage to the basement.  Investigations by the fire department and our insurance company into what caused the fire were inconclusive.  Insurance does cover our loss, and we continue the process of taking inventory of items lost.  It's hard to say when restoration will be completed, but know that everything is in process. 

If you can think of any specific items in the storage rooms at the front of the church, in the sanctuary, or in the lobby, feel free to send a message via Facebook messenger.  In the meantime, our Sunday services continue to be held at the Dry Dock Recovery Center across from McMorran Place on Huron Avenue.

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Message from UBW Trustee Scott DeMers
Sept. 10, 2023

Dear Community --  

For those who may not know, we had a significant fire early Saturday morning at Unity of Blue Water. The cause of the fire is unknown, and whether the building can be salvaged is unknown, but it will not be open for the foreseeable future.

Dry Dock Recovery Center, located in downtown Port Huron, 412 Huron Ave, has offered us their space for Sunday mornings.  Service will continue there this Sunday at 10:30 AM with our good friend Brett Koon. Brett has been informed of the circumstances and is ready to bring to the moment whatever is needed.  

For those who attend The Blue Water Community of Mindful Living at 2:30 on Sundays, the location will also be the Dry Dock. I don’t know where the recovery meetings are going to relocate to.

This is a difficult time of transition, but this is also an opportunity to come together and make the most of our time with one another. Thank you, Bobbie Jo Umbreit, owner of the Dry Dock, for being there for us. I look forward to celebrating a world of oneness and spiritual harmony with everyone in our new location.

Your friend,