In addition to our Sunday morning services, UU Casper offers many other opportunities for members and friends to connect. From annual camping trips to the Big Horns, hikes on Casper Mountain, to our regular events shown below, there is something for everyone.

Coffee Talk, Tuesdays 10:00 a.m.

Interested in continuing the discussion of Sunday’s service topic, or exploring other questions about Unitarian Universalism? UU Casper Members and Friends gather each Tuesday morning at 10:00 a.m. to enjoy refreshments and explore topics of interest.

Meditation, Sundays 4:00 p.m.

You are invited to attend UU Casper’s weekly meditation group, held each Sunday at 4:00 p.m., and led by UU Member and Buddhist Stuart Mackenzie. New to meditation? This is a wonderful opportunity to learn and practice!

Care N’ Share Potluck and Service Activity, 3rd Wednesday, 6:00 p.m.

UU Casper’s monthly Care N’ Share potluck and service activity takes place the third Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. Learn more.

 Kindred Spirits, 2nd Friday, 7:00 p.m.

The wise scholar, Margaret Fuller, believed that by our very nature, human beings are compelled to personal transformation – the liberation of our minds from the inertia of prejudice and habitual thought. With this is mind, you are cordially invited to participate in “Kindred Spirits, a small group discussion series, held on the 2nd Friday of each month, 7:00 p.m. The purpose of these gathering is to share ideas and questions which are foremost in our hearts and minds these days. We hope to find the solace that comes from delving deeper into what it means to think about things differently.

Kindred Spirits is facilitated by the Reverend Leslie Kee who was inspired while serving as Chaplain for the Wyoming Women’s Center in Lusk. The inmates who participated in the programs shared their amazement upon learning, among other things, there is a real pleasure and many degrees of enlightenment to be found in the art of civil discourse. That people could engage in a thought-provoking examination of the assumptions and values which underlie cultural norms – in a prison no less – has stuck with Reverend Kee ever since. As facilitator, Reverend Kee brings a compassionate rationalism sprinkled with a good dose of pragmatism to this new program.

The goals of Kindred Spirits are to 1) to create a safe space for those who consider themselves free-thinkers to share what we feel deeply about in these challenging times, 2) engage in discussions about general topics of interest to the group for the purpose of discernment and clarification of our own ideas, opinions, and beliefs, and 3) practice the art of civil discourse. Please call or email Rev. Kee at for more information, minister@uucasper.org, 307-340-0607.

Book Club Discussion, last Monday, 6:30 p.m.

UU Casper’s monthly book club is open to all. We have a new book each month, which you can pick up at the church. The book discussion is held on the last Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

To learn more about any of these activities, contact us!