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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
Sunday, January 4
Ethics and Ebola
Ebola is devastating parts of west Africa, but the concerns and implications reach around the world. How do we stop the disease humanely and what role does our public health system have in this fight? Colleen is a member of the church and is the Communications Director for the North Dakota Department of Health.
Sunday, January 11
So often in our society people are held accountable by what is deemed as justice. Justice is more than getting what is deserved; justice is finding peace in equality for all.
Nicole Montclair-Donaghy is an oil and gas field organizer for Dakota Resource Council in Bismarck. The youngest of 12, Nicole grew up in Fort Yates on Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. She currently lives in Bismarck with her family.
Sunday, January 18
Rochelle Williams will discuss how we take justice for granted and will ask us to consider where injustice comes from and how it is spread. Rochelle is a native Californian and has lived in Bismarck since 2006.
Sunday, January 25
Dr. Sara Jumping Eagle
Join us on the last Sunday of January with Dr. Sara Jumping Eagle as she concludes our January theme on justice. Dr. Jumping Eagle is a pediatrician who works in Fort Yates.