The service will be followed by the Annual Congregational Meeting. To welcome our new members and assure a quorum, all members are encouraged to attend. We will share the plate with the James J. Reeb Memorial Scholarship Fund at Casper College. Attend in person, or on Zoom. Click on the service title above for more information and Zoom instructions. Everyone is welcome!
Speaker: Rev. Leslie Kee
All the aspirations of our ancestors are buried in this sacred ground we all share. How can we align ourselves with the will of Nature, as the Native American cultures do, and journey from fragmentation to wholeness? Attend this “dual” service in person, or on Zoom. Click on the service title above for more about Dr. Aparicio Parry, Covid-19 policies, and Zoom instructions. Everyone is welcome!
We will discuss why some say life balance is a mirage — the closer you think you get, the further away it goes. What did Einstein mean by “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” Have paper and pen handy for an activity, and prepare to share your thoughts if you choose. Click on “Attend an Online Service” on the uucasper.org main menu for information about how to join the service on Zoom. Everyone is welcome!
During this service, four UU Casper members and friends will share their spiritual journeys. Youth programming and childcare are available, and conversation and refreshments follow the service. Everyone is welcome!
Childcare and youth programming are available during the service, and refreshments and conversation follow. Everyone is welcome!
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. The UU Casper Annual Congregational meeting will follow the service. Childcare and youth programming are available. 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.
On Saturday, September 15th at 4:00 pm, everyone is invited to a special earth-centered Mabon service marking the Autumnal Equinox and the beginning of the harvest season, and celebrating local folklore and Earth-centered spirituality. The service will be held at Crimson Dawn Park on Casper Mountain, and led by Athne Machdane.
The service will begin at the Crimson Dawn parking lot with a processional to the Woodland Theater. Come just for the service, or fully explore Crimson Dawn by enjoying any or all of the other activities planned, including hiking the trails or touring the museum from 3:00 to 4:00 pm, potluck dinner at 5:00 pm, and an optional tour through the Park shrines at 6:30 pm. Please remember to bring water and jackets, and blankets are recommended to cover the log benches at the Theater. Everyone is welcome, including well-behaved and leashed pets. If you would like to carpool up the mountain, please email email@example.com, or call Laura at 307-259-4469.
We work the magick of springtime on behalf of our beloved community. Empowered by love and compassion, we open our hearts, minds and spirits to rebirth, renewal and regeneration. Rev. Leslie Kee and Athne Machdane, service leaders.
As part of our UU Casper Care N Share Program, everyone is encouraged to bring cereal or household items through March to donate to Seton House. For household items suggestions, see the list on the Care N Share table in the sanctuary.
During this service we celebrated our welcoming congregation and participation in the 2018 Casper Pride festival. We invoked the seven rays of our being as we raised spiritual energy and affirmed the inherent worth and dignity of all people. We prepared a new parade banner honoring our many faith traditions and offering statements of love, compassion and affirmation which was then carried in the pride parade later in the day. Click on the service title for links to the order of service and slides/handouts.