Beginning in the 1970’s, farmers or passersby in Great Britain discovered circles and in later years more complex pictograms impressed upon grain fields, mostly wheat, oats and barley. By the early 1990’s, immense geometric circles, some the size of football fields, graced the countryside of … read more.
Speaker: Jim Brown
An orthopedic surgeon named Jeremy Statton has the following written on his coffee cup.
He says it does more to get him going in the morning than the coffee he drinks out of it.
“There’s no use trying,” said Alice: “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I dare say you haven’t … read more.
A facilitated discussion forum on the June worship theme of “Vulnerability.” Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
As part of the UU Casper “Care N Share” program, this is a “Share the Plate” Sunday benefiting Casper’s Murie Audubon Society, whose motto is “conservation through education.” Find out more about what Murie Audubon is doing in Wyoming at murieaudubon.org. The UU Casper Annual Congregational meeting will follow the service. Childcare and youth programming are available. Everyone is welcome!
Poetic justice rests on the premise that good characters are rewarded and bad characters are punished. Poetic justice is intertwined with karma, and can be summed up by the phrases “He got what was coming to him,” or “She got what she deserved.” Or as … read more.
A re-awakening to the religious must include a special recognition of laughter. In healthy laughter at ourselves we abandon false dignity, false pride, and simply accept and enjoy whatever we are. Laughter is a sign of grace; not the decoration on the cake of spirituality but a fundamental ingredient, vital to our spirituality.
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Hope, Hypocrisy and Hot Fudge Sundaes, by Jim Brown
In these times of social media it’s tough to be a purveyor of hope, inspiration or just causes without someone instantly digging up a reason or two to doubt the credibility of the purveyor. The question I’ll … read more.
With a sense of urgency unfelt before, people from all walks of life, religious and secular, are saying that the time has come to extend equality beyond humanity to what is called, “Ultimate Democracy.” This is a broadening of the concept of “Love Thy Neighbor” to include love of all creation. Guest minister, Rev. Jacqueline Ziegler, from the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laramie, will reflect on why she believes humanity is being called to do this now and what this means.