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Thursday evening, September 21 through Sunday, September 24, 2017


“Dancing with God: Emerging in Sacredness”

Announcing the latest in our continuing series of women’s retreats at Urantia Foundation, the Daughters of God facilitator team (Katharina Becker, Doreen Heyne, Carolyn Prentice, and Line St-Pierre) invites you to an intimate, experiential, and fun weekend.

In our next retreat, “Dancing with God: Emerging in Sacredness,” four Daughters of God have designed a program where we will cocreate a milieu of trust within a spiritual circle, so that we can explore together such questions as:

  • What does it mean to you that "Jesus never failed to exalt the sacredness of the individual"?  170:3.10 (1862.7)
  • "Angels do not invade the sanctity of the human mind." How do you relate to this? 113:5.1 (1245.7)
  • How do you become aware of the sacred in the drudgery of everyday life?

The Daughters of God Mission: To enhance the status of being a woman dedicated to spiritual growth, intellectual advancement, and moral progress.

The Daughters of God Vision: To touch women's hearts by exploring the dignity of being Daughters of God by honoring their value and importance, and by cooperating with the divine spirit to bring forth the beautiful harvest of the fruits of the spirit.


533 W Diversey Parkway, Chicago, IL 60614


The cost for the three days is $240.00 and includes shared overnight accommodations and all meals.


Joanne Strobel


September 29 – October 1, 2017


2017 Midwest Conferences for Readers of The Urantia Book presents “How Shall We Serve? Seeking Opportunities for Loving Service.”

From the mid-1970s to the early 1990s, Midwest Conferences for Readers of The Urantia Book were an annual event, rotating from site to site throughout the Midwest. This series of regional conferences was revived in 2014 in Madison, Wisconsin, continued in Indianapolis in 2016, and will be held in the Chicago area this fall, over the weekend of September 29 to October 1.


Techny Towers in Northbrook, Illinois, a suburb north of Chicago.





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Program Schedule:



Members of First Society are currently planning the conference. Details will be posted as they emerge, with the registration information available in June.

Contact person:

David Kulieke:


9:30 AM – 4 PM


Lessons from the life of Jesus:
2017 Virginia-Carolina Readers' annual mini-conference


2800 Spruce Tree Way
Raleigh, NC 27614


What does Jesus endeavor to teach us by the manner in which he lived his life? What can discerning mortal minds and hearts glean from his life of service on earth? How and what does Jesus’ Spirit of Truth continue to teach us? Join us as we discuss this theme and more!

Contact person:

James Perry, MD, President, VCR -
Patty and Dave Pearce - (919) 846-1944

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Bee hovering while collecting pollenCALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS!

Are you looking for an opportunity to serve the Urantia Revelation? Here is your chance to be a valued volunteer for Urantia Foundation. For a few hours a week (or more), we welcome you to serve on the following "labor of love" projects:

  1. Translation help with the "Thoughts to Ponder." This daily send-out of inspiring quotes from The Urantia Book is now available only in English. We need volunteers to translate titles for these gems of wisdom into the following languages: Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, French, German, Finnish, Dutch, Lithuanian, Korean, Italian, Polish, Hungarian, Swedish, and Estonian.
  2. Urantia Foundation News Online: Help inform readers around the world of Foundation news. We need volunteers to translate Urantia Foundation News Online into the following languages: German, Lithuanian, Korean, Polish, Hungarian, Swedish and Estonian. Native-speakers who are fluent in English are encouraged to volunteer.

Please contact Tamara and join the team!

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attractive girl reading book in coffee shopLIBRARY PLACEMENT OF URANTIA BOOKS

Are you familiar with our Library Placement Program?

Spread the teachings by placing The Urantia Book in libraries or alternative libraries.

For years readers have placed The Urantia Book in public libraries. Another library placement opportunity-the alternative library-remains untapped. Libraries in coffee shops, hotels, cruise ships, bed and breakfast inns, youth hostels, restaurants, truck stops, waiting rooms, nursing homes, churches and fraternity and sorority houses are the perfect spots for people to find The Urantia Book. So next time you stay at, or pass by, an establishment that has a library, place a copy of The Urantia Book on their library shelf.

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