Rev. Leslie Kee

Christmas Eve Service

Bring your family and friends to this special Christmas Eve service, featuring music from around the world! Those who wish to are encouraged to bring their favorite holiday cookies for a Cookie Exchange!

Everyone is encouraged to bring a can of soup or other non-perishable food items to donate to Food for Thought to help fill weekend food bags distributed to school children in Natrona County.

Introduction to the December worship theme: Letting Go/Surrender

Rev. Leslie Kee will introduce the December worship theme, “Letting Go/Surrender.”

Everyone is encouraged to bring a can of soup to donate to Food for Thought to help fill weekend food bags distributed to school children in Natrona County.
As part of our Care N Share service program, this Sunday we will “split the plate” with Food For Thought! Any un-designated cash in the collection baskets will be donated by UU Casper to Food For Thought!

Thank God or No God, Whichever the Case May Be

To be a part of a religious community such as this one, is to take seriously the responsibility inherent in processing and transforming the new knowledge born from experience and imagination. Instead of only living in the rejection of answers which no longer make sense to us, we have the ability to move out of … Continued

Care of the Soul with a Capital S

Thinking deeply and creatively about what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist in 2017 is the kind of soul work that creates the courageous spiritual honesty the larger world needs so desperately. Is our spiritual community a place where all souls can find acceptance and encouragement of their own spiritual journeys?

Kindness, Bah Humbug

Kindness, Bah Humbug August 6, 2017 A recent internet feature article on kindness had this to say, Small sweet gestures make the most difference on a daily basis. It’s easy to get so preoccupied with our own lives that we forget about others, but with just one simple act of kindness, we can change the … Continued

A Matter of Hope

When I was about four years old, I received my first Barbie Doll, which was actually the first Barbie Doll – as in the first generation. Her hair isn’t like today’s unruly synthetic shocks that can’t be braided or styled. Her anatomy, like her hands, feet, nose, and waist are smaller and more detailed than … Continued