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.
Topic: 7th Principle: Respect for All Existence
Where are the fault lines dividing American culture? How can we use the first and seventh UU principles to decide how to treat one another?
Covid-19 policies have been suspended while Natrona County’s risk level is low, so mask wearing is optional. We support each person’s … read more.
The annual water communion serves as an opportunity to consider the importance of water in our lives, and to our world. You are invited to submit a photo or video prior to the service or offer live commentary during the service to share what water symbolizes or means to you. Click on the service title to find out more. Everyone is welcome!
We’ll consider the literal and figurative aspects of spiders, the webs they spin, and the webs we find ourselves ins. The UU congregations in Laramie and Casper are collaborating on Sunday services. 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!
Join as we celebrate the blessings animals bring to our lives: the beloved pets in our homes as well as the animals we find in our neighborhoods and Wyoming’s wild spaces. The UU congregations in Laramie and Casper are collaborating on Sunday services. 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!
UU Laramie’s Jeff Lockwood, accompanied by the music of Matt Stannard, will share a series of encounters with the denizens of the Chihuahua Desert—and how these induced his re-encounters with the faith and place of his childhood. He’ll explore what such moments mean to a Catholic scientist who turned into a Unitarian philosopher/ writer. Click on the service title for more information and a link to the Order of Service.
The UU congregations in Laramie and Casper are collaborating on Sunday services. Join us in Zoom Meeting Room 459 187 0381 for this shared ministry. ALERT: Zoom now requires a password to enter the service. Click on “Attend an Online Service” on the uucasper.org main menu for information about how to obtain the password.
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.
In this Earth Day Service, we will explore our 7th Principle, the interconnected web of all existence of which we are a part. We inhale, and exhale, again and again countless times every day. Inhale…at what point does air become breath? Exhale…when does breath become simply air? We are of the earth, and the earth is in us. “What we do to each other and to our world, we do to ourselves.” During this service we’ll explore that statement, and the ambiguity and paradox we face when we try to apply it in our day to day lives when we try to figure out how to live in ways that respect the interdependent web of all existence, and when we try to figure out ways to help protect our precious earth. Click on the service title for a link to the full presentation text.
The Unitarian Universalist 7th Principle calls us to affirm and promote respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Join together in celebrating Earth Day!
The service features presentations by members and friends about those times when their personal spiritual journeys have converged with nature. Melody Haler, service leader.
Young adulthood is a time of self discovery. In piecing together this presentation, I realized that nature, along with my experiences in nature, serve … read more.