Speaker: Rev. Leslie Kee

Possibility Realized

One of the primary reasons Casper’s UUs decided to purchase ‘a home of our own’ a little over five years ago was to create a permanent space that could be filled to the brim with Unitarian Universalism; and when I look around the room this … read more.

Spiritual Journeys

During this service, four UU Casper members and friends will share their spiritual journeys. Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!

Change: Friend or Foe?

One of my most favorite singer/songwriters, the fabulous Bonnie Raitt, captured the idea of change perfectly in her song, Nick of Time. She sings,

… I see my folks, they’re getting old, and I watch their bodies change. I know they see the same in … read more.

Christmas Service

Reverend Leslie Kee will lead this traditional Christmas service, with the nativity story and Christmas carols. Those who wish to are invited to bring one dozen of their favorite holiday cookies for a Holiday Cookie Exchange! We’ll also be collecting food donations for Food For Thought. Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!

The Force of Fun

Reverend Leslie Kee will explore what, for some, are the mixed blessings which come with the holiday season.  This is a “Share the Plate” Sunday benefiting the Reverend James Reeb Memorial Scholarship Fund at Casper College. We’ll also be collecting food donations for Food For Thought. Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!

Why Are UUs So Obsessed With Political Correctness?

Rev. Kee will explore why awareness of our individual perspective and life-experience shapes our interactions with each other and the cultural symbols we assume everyone enjoys. Does valuing this awareness contribute to the goal of right-relationship? This is a “Share the Plate” Sunday, benefiting the Reverend James Reeb Memorial Scholarship Fund at Casper College. Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!

UU Readers Theater: Unitarian Margaret Fuller

This special UU Readers Theater will tell the story of Unitarian Margaret Fuller (1810-1850), “one of the three principal thinkers of the Transcendentalist movement, the vanguard theorist on women’s equality and gender roles in America, and, some say, the first public intellectual in the United States, male or female.” (uuworld.org/articles/fuller-bicentennial-legacy.) Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!

How Open is Your Mind?

 What exactly does it mean to have an ‘open mind?’ I suppose the most obvious definition of having an open mind is that it is the antithesis of having a closed mind. So if I refuse to consider the value, for example, of Central American … read more.