Posts from June 2013

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Faith Community Nursing Corner – July 2013 – Bridges into Health

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How many times have you heard someone say, “That person in the waiting area at the emergency room is on Medicaid but they have name-brand tennis shoes and an iPhone” or “Did you see that person in the grocery line buying steaks with food stamps?” These “hidden rules” of poverty need to be re-examined in […]

From Our Church President – July 2013

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A couple weeks ago, I listened to Rev. Audette share “a Unitarian Universalist perspective … on the life and teachings of Jesus” at the Cheyenne Interfaith Reading & Discussion Series. The audience included Cheyenne UUs and many people who were genuinely interested in learning about our unique point of view. (And a few who were […]

IFSS Update – July 2013

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Many people have a wrong idea of what constitutes true happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose. ~ Helen Keller ~ Our last rotation was the week of June 2nd to June 9th. Following is a list of the volunteers for that week. These volunteers provided meals and hosting for two families consisting of four adults […]

COMEA Dinner – July 2013

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Thank you to all of the volunteers for the month of June! We served over 75 men, women, and children a dinner of Chicken, Baked Potatoes, Broccoli, Salad and Fruit on the 15th. We will be serving dinner this month on the 20th. You may be asking yourself “How do I get involved in this great service […]

IFSS Update – June 2013

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The great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes ~ Our last rotation was the week of March 24th scheduled for the week of June 2nd various hosting activities during the week the families are at UUCC. Our next rotation is scheduled for the […]

From Our Church President – June 2013

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As I listened to the congregation conducting our annual meeting, a phrase ­– first year they sleep, second year they creep, third year they leap – and a word – stretch – came to my mind. Gardeners among us will recognize this description of perennial, long­lived garden plants. Garden metaphors have been part of my […]