COMEA Dinner – December 2012

We had a wonderful time at COMEA in November! We served over 90 men, women and children a meal of ham, scalloped potatoes, broccoli, rolls and fruit. We had just enough of everything and a bit of ham and rolls left over that they planned to use for lunch the next day. Thank you to all of those who participated this month! I sat and ate dinner with some of the nicest people this month. Read more…

Faith Community Nursing Corner – November 2012

By Ria Brownlow, RN   Regarding cholesterol education, the UU Community is a knowledgeable one. Just about all of us are aware of the statistical correlation between high cholesterol and heart attacks. And knowledge is power, yes? Do you know your numbers? It is amazing to experience for oneself, as I certainly have, how knowing my numbers can motivate me when I ‘ve been putting off making those health-promoting changes for all too long! It’s easy to go to Read more…

From Our Church President – November 2012

My calendar the past two weeks has been full of church activities; most recently and memorably, Rev. Audette’s installation as our settled minister. The participation, support, and blessings of clergy from other Cheyenne churches and across the district highlighted the significance of this moment. What a delightful event. During that brief service there were moments of laughter, reverence, sadness, connection, anticipation, and joy. The service engaged my heart, imagination, memory, intellect, and spirit. It reflected Read more…

Religious Education News – November 2012

“I waltzed this whole town /Through every nook and corner and cranny, and bar / I know you’re out there somewhere wherever you are.” – Jolie Holland I hope you’re hearing exciting stories of sunprints, 7 Principles, beehives, cat’s cradles, mysteries, riddles and more coming from our youth in Religious Education. We have a lot going on with seriously amazing teachers….but (you knew there was a “but” coming right?) we still need three more teachers. If you Read more…

Faith Community Nursing Corner – October 2012

By Shelly Montgomery   Welcome to cold and flu season! Just the sound of that may send a shiver up your spine if this is a challenging time of year for you. I have some good news to warm that shiver. A new research study by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health shows that the incidence of Acute Respiratory Infections can be greatly reduced by 40%-50% by simply spending some time Read more…