UU Fellowship of Laramie January 17th and 24th Service Details

The UU Casper and UU Laramie programming committees are changing up the structure of our collaborative online Sunday services. The first two Sundays of each month will continue to be joint 10 am UU Casper/UU Laramie services led by Reverend Kee and held in the UU Casper Zoom room. The remainder of the month UU Casper and UU Laramie will each hold their own online services in their separate Zoom rooms at 10 am (Exception for January: the January 31st service will be a joint Casper/Laramie service. Click here for more information.)

Of course, anyone is welcome to attend either service, so we’ll be sharing UU Laramie’s service information. For the Laramie Zoom meeting ID and password, check your UU Casper or UU Laramie newsletters, email uularamienews@gmail.com, or call Barbara in Laramie at 307-399-0806.

Upcoming online Sunday services in December at the UU Fellowship of Laramie in the Laramie Zoom Room:

January 17, 2021: “The Gospel According to H.L. Hix” – Professor Harvey Hix, professor of Philosophy and Creative Writing, University of Wyoming. Scholar-poet Prof Hix has undertaken the extraordinary task of synthesizing into a single narrative the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. In the process he throws additional ancient sources into the mix, de-genders God and Jesus, and re-imagines concepts like angel, demon, heaven, and sin.
January 24, 2021: “Bridging the Divide the Braver Angels Way” – Tom Brantley, Braver Angels’ Wyoming co-coordinator, will explain how this membership organization is helping people understand each other and find common ground. Discussion will focus on why and how we are polarized, why extreme polarization is troubling, and what can be done about it.