This consortium is bound by the paths forged by our founders as well as by our shared principles. Our program celebrates the light and wisdom of one of our UU fellowship’s founders, Betty Mills. She gave more than 100 pulpit essays in the U.S. and Canada, while serving the Mid-America (former Prairie Star) District and national UU boards. At age 96, she continues to inspire us in word and deed.
Betty Mills helped found our Bismarck Mandan UU Fellowship in 1952. She went on to serve on district and national UU boards for decades. Her gift for words led her to craft more than 100 pulpit essays, countless newspaper columns, and a book. She taught nonviolent communication in prisons, is a lifelong advocate of public libraries, and helped bring public radio to North Dakota.
We will participate in the zoom service and then we will do our own announcements and joys and sorrows after the zoom service. Please stay in the building or online after the zoom service ends so that you can hear about all that is happening in the fellowship and support others in their joys and concerns.
NOTE: Service begins at 10:30 AM
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Meeting ID: 951 2355 4685
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