Members of the Native American, Jewish, Christian, Unitarian, and Music and Arts communities from Helena, Bozeman, Missoula and Billings will be contributing to our celebration. This is an opportunity for people of all walks of life to gather online, listen from wisdom about seeking light in dark times, and receive beautiful music and art performances that remind us of the shared light of humanity.

 

The service will feature Helena contributions from Wilbur Rehmann Quartet with special guest MJ Williams on vocals, Cohesion Dance, Julynn Wilderson, choreographer and Dan Pocha, sharing from a Native American perspective. Additional music will be shared from Amber Ikeman, Cantoral Soloist from Congregation Beth Shalom in Bozeman, Scott & Kris Prinzing of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Billings, and a selection from the United Church of Christ in Missoula.

 

The service will be hosted by three faith leaders in Billings:

Rev. Tyler Amundson, Shiloh United Methodist

Erik Uriarte, Student Rabbi, Congregation Beth Aaron

Rev. Wanda Daniel, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship