Speaker: Melody Haler

Beauty of Our Ancestors

Join us to honor our ancestry and lineage. Attend in person, or on Zoom. Click on the service title above for more information, Covid-19 policies and Zoom instructions. Everyone is welcome!

Annual Flower Communion-Bring a Flower!

The annual flower communion serves as an opportunity to consider the role of nature in our lives, our inter-connectivity with each other and our world, and celebrate our diversity. Attend this “dual” service in person, or on Zoom. Click on the service title above for Covid-19 policies and Zoom instructions. Everyone is welcome!

HIV: Love is the Cure

This presentation will share how stigma and fear have lead to the continuation of the spread of HIV/AIDS. We’ll discuss ways we can respond to our own feelings of vulnerability and fear when faced with a disease like this or anything else. Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!

Guest Speaker Rebecca Hunt: The Circle Grows: Letting in the Light of Life

As the weather warms and the light returns we are going to circle back to help our lives return to a point of balance. This interactive service will help us plant the seeds of love and beauty in our lives. UU Casper is excited to welcome back guest speak Rebecca Hunt! Melody Haler will act as service leader. Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!

Responding in Love: Surviving in a Fear-full World

As Rev. Gilbert Horne said “Thunder on the right requires lightening on the left.” Using readings, music and a homily, guest speakers Geoff and Rebecca Hunt will inspire us to use love to turn our faces to a world that others fill with fear. A youth RE program and childcare are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!

Privatio Boni: The Question of Good and Evil

According to the principle of privatio boni (Latin), evil has no existence on its own, but is simply the absence of good. We live in a world of opposites, where anything can quicky be judged one way or another. Our thought processes are primarily scientific and often two-dimensional. This topic explores another perspective on logically defined opposites such as good and evil, light and darkness. Click on the service title for a link to the full text of Jayne Jacob’s presentation.

Helpful Hopes, Unhelpful Expectations

The inspiration for my presentation today on “Healthy Hopes, Unhealthy Expectations,” came from recent reflections upon my past and current life. I have often revisited difficult decisions I made during my youth and young adulthood, sometimes wishing I would have chosen differently. Although fortunately not … read more.