Special Saturday Earth-Centered Service: Beltane Festival
This Celtic May Day festival welcomes summer and celebrates love and passion’s fire. The festival will include a Beltane ceremonial, a May Pole, music, dancing, fellowship and merry making with a welcoming and diverse community. Join in! For more information, email email@example.com, or call Laura at 307-259-4469.
- 3rd Annual UU Casper Yard Sale set for June 30, 2018! April 25, 2018
- Notice of UU Casper Annual Congregational Meeting June 3, 2018 April 25, 2018
- April Book Club: Stitches, by David Small April 4, 2018
- Meditation Drumming Circle
- April 26, 2018
- Community Group Event: Casper Music Teachers Association
- April 27, 2018
- Special Saturday Earth-Centered Service: Beltane, the Celtic May Day
- April 28, 2018
- Membership Committee - planning meeting
- April 29, 2018
- April Book Club Discussion: Stitches, by David Small
- April 30, 2018
Tammy New Member
My arrival at UU Casper was very synchronistic. I had been extremely wounded by the Christian church and unable to set foot in any establishment that remotely resembled a church.
First, I first heard UU mentioned in a book called, “Ahab’s Wife,” by Sena Jeter Naslund. Later, I heard some 15 second commercials about UU Casper on the radio. Then, I was talking to an uncle whom I only have contact with about once a year, and he said, “Maybe you should give a different church a try…”
All of these things combined kept whispering to me, “Unitarian Universalists.” I drove by their building and noticed it didn’t have the word “church” on the sign. Rather it says, “community.” One Sunday I went. That was a year ago. I found a place I belong. It’s truly a community rather than a church. UU Casper is my safe place, a place to heal.