It was late in the summer of 1964 about two years after the merger of Unitarians and Universalists that the Glacier Unitarian Universalist Fellowship came into being. Earlier that year, three individuals from our area contacted the Unitarian Universalist Association in Boston about forming a fellowship in our area. In answer to this appeal, the Boston headquarters sent a minister for an advertised organizational meeting at a local motel. After a series of meetings that summer, the group drafted the bylaws and the Glacier Fellowship was formally organized and subsequently recognized by Boston. A series of articles by Rod Bozarth, a pioneer member of GUUF, and an article that explains how we managed to get into our building coming soon.