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. Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
Rev. Leslie Kee
In Rev. Kee’s introduction to our April worship theme “Finding Common Ground,” She comments that the popular phrase “Let’s agree to disagree” denies the true natural state of all existence as ever-changing, and keeps us stuck in an unnatural status quo. But does working to finding common ground necessarily require us to compromise our values? Here is a link to the full text of Rev. Kee’s sermon.
Click on the link for the full text of Rev. Kee’s sermon. It Works Both Ways
Click on the service title for a link to Rev. Kee’s introductory remarks.
Click on this link for the full text of Rev. Kee’s sermon. The State of Being Moral
Click on the link below for the full text of Rev. Kee’s sermon. James Reeb.When UUs and Justice Meet
Those who wish to are invited to bring one dozen of their favorite holiday cookies for a Holiday Cookie Exchange! A youth RE program and childcare are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
Embark on an inward journey with Inanna, Queen of Heaven and Earth and Her sister Ereshkigal, Queen of Shadows, descending into the depths of our own psyche to shed the residue and trappings of our lives which no longer serve us. Embrace the shadow-self with unconditional love to reconcile our past through the giving and seeking of forgiveness and affirming the natural cycles of death and rebirth. Find within ourselves the water of life – love and compassion – and arise through its transformative magick.
Click on the link below for the text of Rev. Kee’s sermon.
Click on the link below for the text of Rev. Kee’s comments. In Honor of Native American Heritage Day