Urantia study groups are informal gatherings of individuals who wish to study The Urantia Book with others. People meet at the home of a host reader; however, there are study groups that have been meeting for years in churches, libraries, community centers and coffee shops. Some meet on a weekly basis, while others are more infrequent or even seasonal. There are no firm rules to hosting study groups. They usually take on the identity of the local culture and personalities attending. For some tips on starting your own study group, there is helpful information at the Fellowship’s website, www.urantiabook.org.
The Anchorage study group has met weekly for over 40 years. We read in member’s homes every Tuesday night for 2 ½ hours. We have studied The Urantia Book in a variety of ways: reading chapter by chapter, having topical discussions, watching videos, Skyping, etc. Our Anchorage group remains one of the longest-standing active study groups within The Fellowship. Contact either Barbara Maier (907) 351-4633 or Randy Tomson (907) 230-6960.
For information about meetings in Fairbanks contact: Dan Anderson at email@example.com or phone (907) 456-5494. A fledgling Readers Group is developing in Homer. Contact Lindianne Sarno at firstname.lastname@example.org