Sundays at 10:30 AM


July 7            Workday and Potluck


July 14           No Service       


July 21         Rev. Dr. Elli Elliott  Circle Service: High Places

Our June Circle Service offered a rich variety of thoughts and viewpoints on “Deep Roots.”

We will have another chance to listen to one another and reflect together at our July 21st service on the theme of “High Places.” (If you are thinking ahead, the theme for August 18th is “Presence.”)

At the Circle Service, we gather in a circle in our fellowship hall for an informal service of sharing around the topic of the month. Bring a reading or a song or a story or a joke or an artwork or even a dance to share related to the topic. We’ll include activities that invite children’s participation, too. We’ll light our chalice, sing some songs, listen to and appreciate one another’s contributions, light our candles to lift up joys and sorrows, pass the basket, extinguish the chalice, and sing our closing song.

These services intend to establish an enlivening and inclusive BUUF group life-deepening practice that:

* Nurtures our individual reflection on our life journeys and current challenges

* Connects us more deeply with one another as a BUUF community, and

* Strengthens us for the challenges we face as we live out and advocate for our

UU values.

We need a word for “spiritual practice” that indicates deepening and expanding our selves and life and community while including the variety of beliefs and experiences among us related to the “divine” or not. The term “life-deepening” is provisional.

Come to share or just listen to others and reflect. I will offer leadership for the monthly services until December. If you have any questions, contact me at

Congregational Meeting following the service.


July 28          No Service

August 4          Work Day and Potluck

August 11         No Service

August 18        Circle Service

August 25        Regular Service



Wednesday Lecture Series

Community Lecture Series  Wednesday,  July 24th at 7PM!

Virtual Community: How computer networking has changed human relationships

Since the 1970s, computer networking has changed the way people work, recreate and relate to each other. Since the 1990s social scientists have been researching the changes that computer mediate communications have made to human social relations. Danny Choriki takes a look at the research, and what it means to today’s’ culture and politics.






Mailing Address:
Billings Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
PO Box 20615
Billings, MT 59104

Street Address:
2032 Central Avenue
Billings, MT 59102

Office Phone:
(406) 652-1893

Office Email:
uubillings at

Office Hours:

9-Noon Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 9-1 Friday