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Christmas concert offered in Jamestown

A Christmas concert with Bob Kilpatrick will be presented at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 at Jamestown First Assembly, 1720 Eighth Ave. S.W. in Jamestown.

Kilpatrick is a musician and songwriter who ministers through songs, stories and humor. He is well-known for his songs "In My Life Lord Be Glorified" and "Here Am I (Send Me To The Nations)."

Fellowship explores American's beginning

The Dakota Cowboys for Christ Fellowship will host its monthly meeting at Kist Livestock, Mandan, on Sunday.
 
Mark Skogerboe will give a narrative of the beginnings of America in four phases: the Christianity of the explorers and the earliest colonies, such as Plymouth, next will be the education of Founding Fathers, followed by the Declaration of Independence and George Washington. He will conclude with "What all Americans must know about the most important Constitutional Republic in History." 
 
A freewill offering will be collected.

Consciousness, healing focus of fellowship

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship and Church in Bismarck offers a service on "Consciousness and Healing" as part of its Mindfulness Series at 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Sunday. 

Speaker Tone-Lise Stenslie will address the connections between healing and consciousness, body and mind. An emerging field, consciousness-based healing is based on the understanding that every part of the body is imbued with a knowing, a consciousness — and that can be accessed by the body-mind's wisdom to speed the healing process. Originally from Norway, Tone-Lise Stenslie is a holistic health practitioner using the healing system called BodyTalk, in Bismarck.

At 11:45 a.m. Sunday, the UU community will consider a new name for the congregation.

-- Compiled from staff reports and press releases. Submit information to kimberly.wynn@bismarcktribune.com.

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