October 7 Rhonda Whiteman My Perspective on Indigenous People’s Day
Rhonda Whiteman shares her challenges and aspirations as a person with Indigenous heritage.
Rhonda Whiteman is a Billings native and member of the Crow Tribe. She attended film school at New York University. Rhonda lives in Billings and is an active volunteer. She is a consultant for political causes as well as for writing projects.
October 14 Jennifer Bradish Embracing Change, Big and Small
Jennifer Bradish will be incorporating relatable life stories to about the human struggle with change. and evolving to the world around us which is everchanging. Even the smallest things can make a big difference, if you change your own perspective. Join us as we explore this aspect of the human condition.
October 21 Rev. Dwight Welch The Meaning of God Talk
God talk is very common in the US, where 90% of Americans claim belief in God. But what do they mean when they use this language? God concepts are widely varied and don’t fit any one pattern. The first source of Unitarian Universalism gives us some tools to analyze the God idea and points to ways to recover the God idea, not just in UUism but for the wider society as well.
Rev. Dwight Welch is the campus minister at United Campus Ministry at MSUB and teaches philosophy part time at MSUB.
October 28 Kris Prinzing A Musical Samhain/Celtic New Year.
Join Ye Old Fooligans and other festive members of our fellowship for a musical celebration and exploration of this fun and meaningful cross-quarter.