To the UU Casper beloved community: We hope this finds you safe and well. In this time of rapid and unpredictable changes, rather than a monthly newsletter we will continue updating you through weekly communications. Here is what’s happening at UU Casper!
Online Sunday Services: Follow this link to see upcoming services.
For Zoom meeting address and technical assistance, go to “Attend an Online Service” on the main menu. Phone numbers will be listed there for you to call if you need technical assistance or if you need to find out the current Zoom room password. See you Sunday!
Other online events: The Zoom meeting room (with the same address and password as shown above) will also be used for other online UU events, such as:
- Coffee and Conversation each Thursday at 10 am
- Meditation Group on Tuesdays at 6:30 pm
- Building Your Own Theology Adult RE program (next class April 15th, 7 pm)
- May 2nd special Saturday online earth-centered service: Garden of the Dancing Bee, a ceremonial planting ritual led by Athne Machdane. Follow this link to find out more.
UU Eco-Action Challenge! The worship theme for April is “Care of the Earth.” Earth Day is April 22nd, so let’s celebrate with the UU Eco Action Challenge! While we are keeping our distance from friends and neighbors, we can still get out of the house and clean up our neighborhoods. Lots of trash has blown around during the winter. So, when you are out for a walk, please pick up some trash. Although the city is currently not recycling, if you are able to store aluminum cans and plastic bottles, hang onto them for future recycling. Questions or suggestions for other eco-actions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Minister’s Musing, from Reverend Leslie Kee:
“The Covid-19 virus causes a dreadful illness to which every human being in every community around the world is susceptible. Because we are able to monitor its movements, its infection rates, the disruption of daily life, and of course its death toll, we are beginning to understand what the word ‘pandemic’ really means. We are also being challenged to think about what the word ‘we’ really means.” Follow this link to continue reading Reverend Kee’s message for April 2020.
The UU Casper Care Circle, under the guidance of Rev. Kee, continues to contact members and friends to ask how everyone is doing and how we can help. If you are in a non-high-risk group and have time to help out occasionally for things like picking up and delivering groceries, meals or prescriptions, please contact Reverend Kee (contact information below), or email email@example.com.
The Minister’s Discretionary Fund is available to assist with emergency needs. Contact Rev. Kee for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org, 307-340-0697).
For technical help, email email@example.com, or call/text 307-259-4469 to be connected to one of our UU Casper Tech Team members.
If you have any questions or concerns, or just feeling the need to connect, please reach out to Reverend Kee or any of the UU Casper Trustees.
Our community is a blessing. Stay well and stay connected.