The October worship theme is “Remembrance.” In November and December of 1944, the American military liberated the French people in the Vosges Mountain region of northeast France from the Germans. The Epinal American Cemetery is the final resting place of more than 5,000 Americans who participated in … read more.
Speaker: Leanne Woodfill
Should others be allowed to control what we read?
The Unitarian Universalist Association’s Article II Study Commission has worked for over two years to holistically review the UUA’s bylaws Article II. Contained in Article II are the seven UU principles, which have not been substantially revised since 1985. The Commission has proposed sweeping changes … read more.
Unitarian Universalist Community of Casper welcomes everyone to our Pride Service. Service leaders are Janet de Vries and Leanne Woodfill. We will be viewing the documentary film “Invisible Wyoming,” created by Casper native Patricia McInroy. UU Casper is a welcoming congregation. Come as you are … read more.
The service theme for May is The Gift of Life. On Sunday May 7, service leaders Janet de Vries and Leanne Woodfill will present “Life on the Galápagos Islands.”
The theme for February services is “Openness.” People come from all over the world to experience the beauty and open spaces of Wyoming, especially Yellowstone National Park. We are lucky to live so close to the park. It is wonderful in all seasons, and especially magical … read more.
Rev. Kee: Good morning! Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist communities of Casper and Laramie Wyoming’s shared worship service.
I am Rev. Leslie Kee, and I am honored to be the minister who is shared by both congregations! No matter the color of your skin or hair, … read more.
The Rev. James Reeb was killed on March 11, 1965, during the voting rights protests in Selma Alabama. Leah Reeb, granddaughter of Rev. James Reeb, will be our guest speaker for this very special service, sharing his history, shedding light on why he was so driven and what kept him involved, and offering her insights into what her grandfather would be doing and how he would reflect on what is happening in today’s world. Childcare and youth programming are available. Everyone is welcome!
During this service, we will explore prominent religions and social issues in India, as observed through a Western lens. Presented by Janet de Vries and Leanne Woodfill.
Through June 2018, as part of UU Casper’s Care N Share program, we will be collecting monetary and dog or cat food donations for the Casper Humane Society.