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The Bismarck-Mandan UUs are a diverse group, dedicated to community, love, and purpose, committed to transforming ourselves and changing the world.

Please join us at an upcoming service or event! You will find:

  • A vibrant, caring, and accepting community
  • Deep commitment to social justice
  • Services that are spiritually, artistically, and intellectually grounded
  • A vital religious education program which helps our children and youth develop their spiritual curiosity, love, and purpose in the wider world.

We look forward to your visit!

Contact Us

Bismarck-Mandan Unitarian Universalist Congregation

818 E. Divide Avenue
Mail: P.O. Box 297
Bismarck, North Dakota 58502
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Phone 701-223-6788

Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • Office Administrator: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM,  Monday - Wednesday


  • Service
    – 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
  • Treats, Coffee and Conversation
    – 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
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  • COVID-19 Response

    Dear Ones,

    In an effort to mitigate the potential spread of COVID-19 and protect our members, we have the following updates:

    The building is closed at least until April 6th--no meeting will be held here.  Please continue to meet via Zoom.  Elizabeth Sollie can help you set up meetings if you need assistance. 

    This Sunday, March 22, the service will only be streamed.  We will send details and post them on the website on Saturday night. The Service will begin at the regular time at 10:30 am.

    Rev. Sollie will have Zoom office hours for business or emotional support.

    Thursdays at 10:00am-11am Join Zoom Meeting


    Wednesdays at 6:00pm-7pm

    Join Zoom Meeting

    And of course, Rev. Sollie is always happy to visit with you one-on-one via Zoom, or the telephone.  Call or e-mail for an appointment. 

    We are very aware that this is a fragile and difficult time and many people feel isolated and worried. Many of us need our religious community more than ever. We also feel a responsibility to do our part in reducing the spread of COVID 19 and reduce the risk to potentially vulnerable people so the board and the minister will make decisions based on these things as we go along. 

    Please take care of yourselves and follow social distancing and hygiene precautions as much as possible.



  • Sunday Service

    Services are held Sundays at 10:30 AM with time for fellowship  after the service. Details of upcoming services can be found below. 



  • Land Aknowledgement

    Sunday, March 29th 

    with Mary Wilson

    A Land Acknowledgement is a formal statement that recognizes the unique and enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous Peoples and their traditional territories. This week Mary Wilson will share some information about the growing practice of giving Land Acknowledgments and offer some of her own reflections about how we claim belonging and why it matters.

  • Nota Bene

  • The Condor & The Eagle


    Award-Winning Documentary
    Bismarck Veterans Memorial Library

    FREE screening with suggested donation: $5-20 sliding scale; Fundraiser benefiting UU Indigenous partnerships for climate justice

    Hosted by Bismarck-Mandan Unitarian Universalist Congregation, North Dakota Native Vote, Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth, & Unitarian Universalist Service Committee


  • Coming up @ the Fellowship

  • Matters of the Heart

    These are informal sharing sessions where we can support one another.  Bring your grief, your broken heart, your depression, your anxiety or whatever else you are struggling with.  Bring all of you.  

    Each session will meet at 6:30 PM at the Fellowship.

    April 23
    May 14

    No registration required. 
    See Rev. Sollie for more information. 


  • Book Discussion


    Join us for a book discussion of White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo and Michael Dyson

    Written with white people in mind, this book invites people into the work of learning skills to disrupt racism as a Unitarian Universalist faith commitment and practice. The class will open paths for white participants coming to terms with their own and others’ fragile, defensive, and coded responses when a conversation turns to race. It invites examination of the ways that conversations about race, either interracially or among white people, can—whether one is aware or not—reinforce racial hierarchy. 

    Please read the entire book by the first session. Participants will buy or borrow book on their own.  See Rev. Sollie for information.


  • Community Events

  • Spirituality & Disability Conference

    Thursday, April 29 & Friday, May 1

    Minot State University

    Sprirituality is a universal human experience - something that touches us all. Everyone deserves access to spirituality and connections to faith communities.

    • People with disabilities and their families
    • Church personnel
    • Disability support agencies


  • Little Free Pantry

    Donations of non-perishable items are needed and greatly appreciated! Please drop off food supplies at Sunday services, by the front door of the UU during the week, or directly in the Pantry anytime. If you are hungry and in need of food, we hope you will take what you need. Thank you!

  April 2020  
Upcoming Events


UU Folk Choir Practice
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM


UU Music Jam Session
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM


UU Folk Choir Practice
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM


UU Music Jam Session
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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