Roads Less Traveled
Music, psychology, and spirituality come together in an exploration of how human experience is shaped. We explore how mindful awareness can create a positive difference in our connections. Childcare and youth programming are available during the service. This is a “Sundae Sunday!” Stay after for an Ice Cream Social, hosted by Janet deVries, Leanne Woodfill, and Rita Emch. Everyone is welcome!
Special Saturday Earth Centered Service: Lughnasadh – Beginning the Harvest
This special Saturday earth-centered service will be held at Crimson Dawn Park on Casper Mountain. We’ll enjoy a guided tour of Crimson Dawn museum followed by a potluck picnic dinner and sage gathering activity. Athne Machdane will be our service leader. Bring a dish to share, and remember to bring water and a small basket or container for sage sprigs. No glass containers, alcohol or smoking, pets must be leashed. Great for all ages! Time: 4-6 pm tour, activity and potluck dinner. Guests welcome to arrive early and/or remain in park until closing at 8:00 pm.
Humans are social animals: We crave feeling supported, valued and connected. Sometimes connection is a heart-to-heart, spill-it-all-out talk. But sometimes it’s just a laugh-out-loud e-mail. Connection is universal human need – let’s do it! Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
Introduction to the Monthly Worship Theme “Compassion”
As part of the UU Casper “Care N Share” program, this is a “Share the Plate” Sunday benefiting Platte River Trails, whose mission is “… to develop the Platte River Trail as a central non-motorized transportation corridor while preserving the scenic, natural and historic value of the North Platte River.” Find out more at platterivertrails.com. Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
Celebrating the Legacy of James Reeb
Come hear the story of Reverend James Reeb, memorialized though the recently completed James Reeb Mural in downtown Casper. Reverend Reeb was murdered in 1965 in Selma, Alabama, after answering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s nationwide call for religious leaders to come south to march in support of voting rights. The story of his murder and its aftermath of failed justice can be heard on the new NPR podcast “White Lies.” What is not so widely known is that James Reeb grew up in Casper and served as a Presbyterian minister here before his faith journey led him to Unitarian Universalism.