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Welcome to the Bismarck Mandan Unitarian Universalist Fellowship & Church!
A Welcoming Congregation
Church is a place where you get to practice
what it means to be human. ~James Luther Adams
The BisMan UU announces three months of Wednesday evening services called
"World Wide Wisdom"
March - May at 7:00 pm.
See page 2 of our March newsletter for details, click HERE:
Sunday, April 6
SPIRIT AND NATURE OF TRAVEL
"Certainly travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living." - Miriam Beard
Valerie Naylor is a long-time Unitarian and Vagabond who will share ideas about the spirituality of rambling around. She hasn't been everywhere, but everywhere is on her list.
Sunday, April 13
Are we, as UU parents, limiting our children’s knowledge of the world? A humanist’s perspective on the importance of learning Judeo-Christian stories.
Liz, a member of our UU, after three years as a religious education teacher, currently serves with the People Area or our “People Place & Program structure”.
Sunday, April 20
Join us for our celebration of our Earth and heritage! We'll enjoy a delectable Easter Brunch and reflect on the blessings of this season of light and growth and hope.
The UU Traditional Easter Brunch will be followed by a celebration of the season in words and music. Our UU chefs prepare the tasty pancake, egg, fruit & sausage meal. There is a free-will offering. Your relatives and friends are welcome.
*There is no children’s Sunday school today, however children are encouraged to join their families for the celebration and brunch!*
Sunday, April 27
Dina will explore lessons she learned from her family’s November 1939 flight from Germany on the last freighter out of Rotterdam that led her to chairing North Dakotans Against Measure 1”
A former ND Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture, Dina is now VP of WT Butcher & Associates, a private investigative firm. Her greatest joy however, is being “Moma” to her five grandchildren.