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IFSS Update – October 2013

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Interfaith Family Support Services

“I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. During our last rotation 8-11-13 t0 8-18-13 UUCC hosted two families. One of these families Jessica, Mathew, Shane, and Meicca is still in the program. Jessica has started the Climb Wyoming Program and is doing […]

IFSS Update – September 2013

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Interfaith Family Support Services

Happiness is not so much in having as sharing. We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. ~ Norman MacEwan ~ Our last rotation was the week of August 11th to August 18th. Following is a list of the volunteers for that week. These volunteers provided […]

Committee on Ministry Supplemental Ballot 2013

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At our annual meeting on May 19, the Nominating Committee reported that it had not completed its selections for the full slate of Board nominees, choosing to extend the search for a Board secretary. Additionally, at that meeting, the congregation voted to expand the Committee on Ministry, and as a result, two additional names were […]

IFSS Update – August 2013

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We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. ~ Winston Churchill ~ Our next rotation will be the week of August 11th to August 18th.  Following is a list of the host duties during our rotation week. Daytime hosts stay at the church during the day […]

Faith Community Nursing Corner – August 2013 – Meditation and the Brain

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By Ria Brownlow, RN To continue with our series from Dan Beuttner’s Blue Zones, Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who’ve Lived the Longest, this month we are looking at : “Lesson Six: Down Shift— Take time to relieve stress.” A classic way to relieve stress is the practice of meditation. With the upsurge […]

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 […]