comeaCOMEA House is an emergency shelter for men, women, and families. Clients at the shelter receive a hot, nutritious meal at
night and breakfast in the morning; showers; access to the free clothing pantry; and free medical attention at Cheyenne Crossroads Clinic next door. Currently, the shelter can accommodate 50 men, 12 women and two families at a time.

The third Saturday each month, UUCC provides volunteers to donate money for food, cook, serve, and clean up at a shelter dinner. The program serves shelter residents, as well as others in the community who need a hot meal.

For more information, visit the Comea House website.

Join the UU volunteers who will be serving dinner at COMEA House on the 3rd Saturday of each month.  Serving at the COMEA House does as much for those who volunteer as it does for the people who line up for a meal, say thank you and ask for seconds.  If you are new to UU,  it is an easy, not time intensive way to become involved in community service. Serving at COMEA is a realistic, worthwhile way to give to your community.

UU volunteers gather to provide service at COMEA House every third Saturday of the month September through May.  In September, December and April The UU COMEA House committee provides the food, UU volunteers cook and serve.  Other months we serve the meals and share smiles with those who come through the line.

This month we will be serving and ask volunteers to arrive by 5:30 and stay until around 6:30 depending on the number of people who share the meal.

The sign-up sheet is in clipboard corner. If you have questions, please contact Mary Scherden (307) 220 2096 (, Thomas Redding (307) 640-6038.