Boulder Friends of Jung Annual Meeting and Luncheon

Please join the board of BFJ as we host our members, friends and supporters at a luncheon on Saturday, September 19 at 11:30 a.m.   Food and drink will be provided.  

The location is First Congregational Church, 1128 Pine Street in Boulder.  Park wherever you can and enter on the west side of the church.

Our agenda will include the following:

      • Socialize and get to know each other better.
      • Learn more about upcoming BFJ programs.
      • Share your feedback and ideas on programs to the BFJ board.
      • Elect our new board members for the current year. 

Please let us know if you plan to attend so we can plan appropriately.

Please contact Rick Taylor, BFJ President, at (832) 758-8667.

Special Note from our President

Dear Members and Friends of BFJ,

Over the years we have experimented with offering different types of membership to BFJ.  We have always had an annual membership starting in January, and lasting for the calendar year.  This is good value for members who join BFJ in January but offers little advantage to those who join later in the year.  We are trying to increase our membership, and rather than offering a half-year membership we are now offering an annual membership, payable at any time and valid for one year (12 months).  With this policy, there is no disadvantage to joining BFJ at any time.  We hope you will join us for our Fall lecture series by joining BFJ for a full year.

Also, in the past we have had many different categories of membership, which has been complicated and confusing.  The range of costs has also been quite narrow. To simplify the membership, starting this fall, we will only have one category of membership:  an annual membership, the cost of which is $75.

Welcome to the Boulder Friends of Jung

On behalf of BFJ’s Board of Directors, I want to extend an invitation to you to review our website and join us at one of our upcoming community events listed here. BFJ is a group of folks who have found the ideas of CG Jung to be meaningful and useful tools to help us navigate in a world that is filled with distractions.  Jung believed that living a conscious life is a journey toward wholeness and we can learn much from each other along the way.  Whether you are familiar with Jung’s psychology or are simply curious about it, we invite you to attend one of our programs, lectures or book discussion groups to learn more and to engage with others.

Rick Taylor, President
Boulder Friends of Jung

Please see our  current lectures and workshops and discussion groups

Boulder Friends of Jung
6525 Gunpark, Suite 370-183
Boulder, CO, 80301