June 3 – Dr. Elli Elliott Precious Flaws
Does critical thinking require a critical attitude toward others? How does the practice of appreciation transform our individual and group spirit? Can we perceive and appreciate flaws? In our Sunday service, we will work on these and other questions to learn together about appreciation of our own and one another’s “precious flaws” as well as our treasured gifts. Elli Elliott will assist us in
contemplation and discovery of our fellowship’s wisdom for critical appreciation.
June 10 – Dan Geiger MS Personal Transformation Using the Power of the Conscious and Sub-conscious Mind
A practical presentation on how to make life changes using the power of the conscious and sub-conscious mind. Break up old negative habit patterns and replace them with new positive ones. A simple and powerful tool to realize one’s
true potential. Dan Geiger MS, a native of Billings, has practiced psychology for the past 35 years. He has studied, taught and practiced in 40 countries on 5 continents.
He is currently an adjunct professor of psychology and counseling at Montana State University in Billings, and enjoys a private international practice. His graduate studies are in counseling psychology and rehabilitation with a specialty in hypnotherapy. dan-geiger-hypnotherapy.com
June 17 – David Leuthold Grandfathers, Fathers and Their
David Leuthold will be returning from Missouri for the summer. He is a longtime BUUF member with deep Montana roots and a retired political science professor. He will be sharing his reflections about fatherhood.
June 24 – Chuck Bushey Pollinators, Pollination and You
June 18 – 24 is National Pollinator Week! Chuck Bushey, local beekeeper and national wildland fire expert will come share information and images about the creatures that our food sources and survival depend on: pollinators. The service will also feature music and readings that celebrate these oft-forgotten heroes.