Sunday Seminar

The new format for adult ‘sunday school’!  These seminar series’ will take us on a journey of issues before us as a church as well as a local and global community that we might grow stronger in our public witness of reconciliation, liberation and love.

October 2021: Indigenous Knowledge

Creating sacred space for community conversations around indigenous life and resiliency.  This 4-part book seminar will draw on the book Stringing Rosaries: The History, the Unforgivable, the Healing of the Northern Plains American Indian Residential School Survivors, written by Denise K. Lajimodiere, an enrolled Citizen of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, Belcourt, North Dakota.  This series will be led and moderated by Charlene Sleeper, Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples Advocate for the Billings and surrounding region.

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November 2021: On Fire for Passion and Purpose

We will be using the book, River of Fire: On Becoming an Activist, by Sister Helen Prejean, for our 4-week study and discussion.  Sister Helen will join us on Zoom as we work through the module and materials.  Written in accessible, luminous prose, it speaks to how to live a spiritual life that is wide awake to the sufferings and creative opportunities of our world.  

This series will be led and moderated by Rev. Lisa K. Harmon


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January 2022: It's Time we had a talk

In this 4-week series, we’ll be discussing the book Shameless:  A Sexual Reformation.  Best-selling author, pastor and public theologian, Nadia Bolz-Weber is calling for a reformation in this, her latest book, which offers a full-blown overhaul of harmful and antiquated ideas about sex, gender, and our bodies.  Newsflash!  Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber will be speaking in Billings at MSU-B and Rocky Mountain College, April 2022.  This is made possible through United Campus Ministries Pastor Rev. Dwight Welch and United Campus Ministries. Join us for this exciting study and chance to engage with the author!   This series will be led and moderated by Rev. Dwight Welch.


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March 2022: Informed faith, bold action.

This 4-week series uses the book, Rooted and Rising:  Voices of Courage in Time of Climate Crisis, to lead us to think deeply about how we sustain and care for our sacred Creation and ourselves.  This series will be led and moderated by Charlie Smillie.


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May 2022: White feminism - a weapon of white supremacy?

We’ll be discussing the book, White Tears, Brown Scars, which take a look at white feminism and its impact upon women of color, from stereotypes of non-white women thorughout history to the modern impact in the workplace and media.  This series will be led and moderated by Nina Hernandez and special guest.


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