This gathering features an opening and closing to frame our dialogue. Music is provided by an individual musician. Participants take turns setting the stage each Sunday for our discussion with a reading, a piece of art, or the retelling of an experience that is meaningful to them and that they wish to share.
Pilgrim Peace Ringers directed by MA Bellingham rehearse every Wednesday evening throughout the academic year. They will resume offer music in worship on October 14.
Come to our first meeting Wednesday, Sept 5, 7:30, and give it a try!
Walk-ins welcome, or for further information speak to any handbell ringer or email director M.A. at firstname.lastname@example.org for details!
Ability to read music is helpful, but not required.
Join us, it's fun!
Please join volunteers from Pilgrim, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and Congregation Beth Shalom to serve the evening meal at Fork and Spoon on Thursday, April 25 A delicious meal is provided to during your shift as a server. For more information or you desire an opportunity to volunteer; contact Glenda Barnes at 581-0371 or Glenda_bar@msn.com.
Followed by a Dreamy Lunch
Are you curious about a recurring dream or nightmare?
Wondering how to better remember and understand the messages you receive in your dreams?
In this presentation Connie Myslik-McFadden, MSS, LCSW, will explain and demonstrate the basics of Jungian dream interpretation and some of Robert Moss’s group dreamwork techniques.
Dreams—even nightmares—offer guidance and healing
There will be time to explore a volunteered dream or two, so bring your dreams!
Connie is a member of Pilgrim and a Jungian-oriented psychotherapist with thirty-five years of experience exploring dreams with individuals and groups.
The "Joyful Noise" Children's Choir under the with Direction of Hannah Lane, rehearse on Sundays, during worship.
Sunday, April 28 the children will sing: “This Is The Day”. Please bring your child to church at 9:50 am for a warm-up.
Children of all ages are encouraged to join in. There are rehearsals each Sunday during Church School. A CD of songs is available
Hope to see you there!
Parents with babies, toddlers, and Pre-K kiddos are invited to an indoor extravaganza of fun! Grown-ups enjoy a cup of coffee and fellowship while the kiddos romp and play in the spacious Boyd Room with a bouncy house,indoor playground equipment, toys, tunes, and musical instruments. Healthy snacks for the little ones provided.
And of course, Bouncy House, Balloons & Bubbles!
Questions? Contact Mary (406) 587-3690
"Tough Times call for strong love". We'll explore the idea of a purpose driven life, finding things you care about in our community, owning our personal experiences, and celebrating overcoming adversity.
Rabbi Ed Stafman will offer a presentation about his work at the border with ten rabbis and a Jesuit group called the kino border initiative. https://www.kinoborderinitiative.org/ He'll share stories of what's happening at the border from the perspective of the migrants who are most impacted by this.
Sunday, February 3 & 10, following worship, Emmett Room
Meet with Glover and others to learn more about Membership in the United Church of Christ and Pilgrim Congregational. See our rich history in the handout on the Narthex table.
New Member Ceremony
Sunday, February 17, during worship There will be a reception following in the Boyd Room to welcome new members.
During the past year many people have spoken to me about how meaningful was the service where we sat at table and shared pictures from our life. We will have such an experience again at the end of December. We will sit around tables, enjoy a potluck, and speak about our story through pictures. Thus, I invite you to comb your albums for pictures that speak of significant times in your life. We already have three people who will start the conversation at a given table. If you would like to initiate the discussion at your table, please call the church office.
Join members and friends of Pilgrim Church as we sing Christmas carols at a variety of locations around town including Highgate, Spring Meadows, Bozeman Lodge, Beehive Homes, Bridger Peaks, the Warming Center, and the homes of some of our beloved seniors.
Enjoy a simple soup & bread meal beforehand, grab a caroling book, join a carpool, and make a joyful noise!
This family friendly event is an annual tradition!
Questions? Contact Jill Joyce at (406) 581-7436 or Susan Reisch (406) 640-2791.
The Children of Pilgrim’s Church School will perform a Pageant written and directed by Rev. Danielle Rogers on Sunday, December 16. The Children rehearse during worship on December 2 & 9. Dress Rehearsal - Saturday, December 15 11 am- 1 pm. Videos of choreography and scripts are available upon request.
All women are welcome to join us for a celebrative start to the Advent Season. We'll share a potluck dinner and exchange gently used or under $10 gifts. Jackie Haines, HRDC Youth Development Program Director will speak about the Blueprint Homeless Youth Home. A Free-Will Offering will be collected.
With outstanding support from the Pilgrim community Bruce and Jeanne Smith were able to participate in a medical mission trip to Kenya earlier this year. They plan to share an overview of their experience on Sunday, November 18 at 7:00 in the Boyd Room. To accompany their slides they’ll share personal insights, the nature of the medical clinics, observations on Kenya and its people and a bit about such mission opportunities. The audience should also get a taste of why they loved the opportunity. Coffee and dessert will be provided.
Join us on 10/28 11:30am-12:30pm in the Emmett Room, for a overview of ADD/ADHD and Autism in young people. We will discuss teaching strategies to help prepare Teachers, Sunday School leaders and Youth Group leaders, while offering resources and support. Also open to parents and community members. Lead by Dede Frothingham.
This ten-workshop curriculum is designed to help children ages nine through twelve to gain the knowledge, life principles, and skills they need to understand and express their sexuality in holistic, life-enhancing ways.
Like the other Our Whole Lives programs for different age groups, this comprehensive, developmentally appropriate program introduces key topics like values, body image, gender and sexual identity, peer pressure, and healthy relationships with sensitivity and inclusiveness.
This updated curriculum introduces new content, activities, perspectives, language, and resources for today's children. New topics include body image, social media/Internet, and consent, as well as an updated and deeper exploration of gender identity and roles. Many of the popular activities and discussion from the first edition are preserved here, alongside newer, more interactive activities.
Facilitators: Spencer Williams and Kassia Finn
Introductory Meetings: (Please plan to attend both meetings which are necessary for your child to participate)
Sunday, September 16th 4:15-5:30 pm
Our Whole Lives Program Information Meeting for Parents/Caregivers Emmett Room, Pilgrim Congregational UCC, 2118 S. Third Avenue, Bozeman
Sunday, September 23rd late afternoon time to be decided at Information Meeting
Parent/Caregiver and Child Orientation * dates and times for the 10 hour-and-a-half sessions will be confirmed at the first meeting
Suggestion participation fee $40-$80
Participation is limited to 14 youth.
Registration until September 4th for UUFB, Pilgrim UCC and previous Our Whole Lives families Contact Laura Mentch, Interfaith Our Whole Lives Committee, email@example.com, 406.600.9867
Saturday, September 29, 3:00 - 5:00 pm, Boyd Room
Brigitte Yearman's coauthor, Anika Hanisch, provides presentations on this book, as a memorial to Yearman.
Hanisch has a unique perspective on the behind the scenes development of this book.
Refreshments & German appetizers will be served. Sponsored by Women of Pilgrim
We'll have some healthy snacks, a Bouncy House, and a Slide to entertain the kids and a cartoon to settle them down before end of the evening.
There is a Beginner's Workshop at 7:30 pm and a Dance at 8 pm at the Bozeman Senior Center located at 807 N. Tracy.
RSVP to 587-3690 so that we have enough child care providers. For more information about Folklore Society Contra Dances https://www.bozemanfolklore.org/schedule.html
Pilgrim Connect is partnering with the Gallatin Valley Land Trust to improve a local trail after church on September 9th with a barbecue to follow! If you’re interested in maintaining our trails while bonding with fellow Pilgrims over dirt clods and burgers, please RSVP with Madison Gabig at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up and get further information. All are welcome, but space is limited.
Come find the Pilgrim Connect booth at Catapalooza on the MSU campus!
We'll be welcoming in new and returning college students with our extravagant welcome. Games, giveaways, condoms, and more!
Learn about young adult ministries and social justice work at Pilgrim Church, meet new friends, and find your progressive church community in Bozeman.
Email us at email@example.com if you'd like to volunteer at the booth or have questions for our team!