Posts from June 2014

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From the President – July 2014

by Rob Fulson

Have you ever been accused of being the “master of the obvious?” Let me give it a try. We always have so many amazing things happening at our church. No really. When was the last time you really delved into our website, or calendar, or monthly Focus or weekly email letter This Week and Beyond? […]

Reverence Road – July 2014

by Rob Fulson

Loyalty to petrified opinion never yet broke a chain or freed a human soul. —Mark Twain July is one of the hottest months of the year in most of the United States. Even here in mild Wyoming, it’s a warm time. Hot days are often associated with rising temperaments, as well, though I’m not entirely […]

Faith Community Nursing Corner – June 2014 – Blood Pressure

by Rob Fulson

By Ria Brownlow, RN Our UU Faith Community is remarkably well-educated about health issues, and our people are health-conscious in general. Even so, there are some topics that bear re-visiting from time to time, because of their importance. One of these is the topic of blood pressure. High blood pressure has been called “The Silent […]

Religious Education News – June 2014

by Rob Fulson

I don’t know about you but I am going to have a relaxing, spiritually uplifting, joyful and rejuvenating summer vacation with my children if it kills me. Luckily, we have many activities slated at the church this summer that will help me do just that. Birgitt Paul and I will be leading the UU Summer […]

Reverence Road – June 2014

by Rob Fulson

The way you get meaning into your life is to devote yourself to loving others, devote yourself to your community around you, and devote yourself to creating something that gives you purpose and meaning. —Mitch Albom This month’s message is a little different; it’s meant as a special thank you to many of you. After […]