How does the legacy of WWI affect us today? On the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, Sandra Oldendorf and Paul Stouffer will share stories on the impact of WWI in the Gallatin Valley and the larger world. They will ask us to think about the … read more.
The Fifth Principle of Unitarian Universalism calls us to “covenant to affirm and promote: …the right of conscience and the use of the democratic process within our
congregations and in society at large.” On Tuesday, Election Day, we will have the opportunity to put our … read more.
Guest Speaker, Florence Guest, will be talking about mysticism and Sufism through the mystical language and imagery of Sufi poets such as Hafiz, Rumi and Attar.
Our Children’s Religious Education program is available during the service.
There is an old saying that goes, “It isn’t whether you win or lose, it is how you play the game.” In many situations today it seems that saying has been completely flipped around. “It isn’t how you play the game, it is whether you … read more.
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) is a medical condition characterized by adverse health effects from exposure to common chemicals and pollutants. The prevalence of diagnosed MCS has increased over 300%, in the past decade, affecting an estimated 25.5 million US citizens. Learn more about the origins … read more.
Celebrations to honor Christopher Columbus have been occurring in this country since 1792. Not until 500 years after Columbus’ arrival to this continent was an alternative holiday, Indigenous Peoples Day, first celebrated in Berkley, California. Today, we focus our attention on the descendants of those … read more.
Each one of us holds a vision of what we hope for in our lives. The vision we hold guides our decisions and our actions through our life’s course. Periodically we have opportunities to assess both the vision we hold and how our life is … read more.
Many of the issues swirling in American public discourse today demand moral reflection and call for religious witness. But the loudest religious perspective on the current scene can often be the narrowest. Our common discourse, therefore, needs the balance and inclusion provided by Unitarian Universalists … read more.
In September, 2016 UUFB was in transition. The Fellowship’s minister had retired and a new minister had just been called. Along with that the Fellowship had moved in and was again moving out of its first-ever building. Renovation of the building was underway. Those transitions … read more.
The annual Water Ceremony service is a tradition of our Fellowship. In this service we share with one another the significance that certain water has had in our lives over the past several months. This is a multigenerational service in which everyone is invited to … read more.