Urantia BROTHERHOOD BULLETIN
As we announced in the last Bulletin, we are planning to hold a two-day summer study session on Friday and Saturday, August 1 and 2, 1969. The main theme of the session will be "The Sermons and Discourses of Jesus." The program is tentatively planned as follows:
Morning - Opening remarks by Alvin L. Kulieke, President, Urantia Brotherhood. - Address of Welcome, E. L. Christensen, Vice President, Urantia Brotherhood. - Sermons selected from Jesus' early ministry - Alvin L. Kulieke
Afternoon - Ordination sermon and subsequent discourses - Kenton Stephens
Evening - Discourses on Prayer - Anne Rawson - Question and answer period or general discussion session on various topics.
Morning - Discourses on Religion - James C. Mills
Afternoon - Instructions for Teachers and Believers - Ruth Burton - Inspirational Message - Vern B. Grimsley
Evening - Social Gathering
Our intention is to make these meetings informative and inspirational. No credits will be given for these sessions.
We anticipate welcoming back many who have attended before, and we also hope to see many who have never visited Urantia Brotherhood headquarters. We are enclosing a registration form. If you can make tentative plans now, we would greatly appreciate your sending in the registration form as soon as possible. This applies to both out-of-towners and Chicago area people. Our space at headquarters is limited and we should know well in advance how many people to provide for. If later on you find that you cannot come, you can, of course, cancel your registration. The form should be addressed to Urantia Brotherhood School, 533 Diversey Parkway, Chicago, Ill. 60614.
1816 Urantia Books have been sold from the second printing. Sales are picking up momentum. So far in 1969, 716 have been sold in comparison to 444 this time last year.
The First Urantia Society of Oklahoma has a new slate of officers: Frankie B. Goodman, President; Delos L. Cook, Vice President; Laliah Cook, Secretary; and Charlene Morrow, Treasurer.
The Urantia Brotherhood fund for gift books is almost depleted. This fund has been used for giving books to certain individuals who have not been able to buy a book, but most of them have been placed in libraries. Any donations to this fund will be greatly appreciated. Please indicate "gift" fund in sending such donations.
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