|Unitarian UniversalistChurch of CheyenneA community of refuge where all have equal worth and are invited into spiritual exploration as a foundation for: hope. compassionate service. action. Where Are We Planted?Kathleen Peterson and Carol M. Pascal will explore our theme of harvest through the stories of some of those who do the planting and harvesting across our nation, immigrants from South and Central America. This exploration of the human aspect to our food systems invites compassion and understanding, and compelling reasons that it is our faithful duty to continue our work for labor and immigration rights.Stories of those whose labor we depend upon to feed us. Who are they? Where do they come from? Where do they pick, glean, process and pack? What are the work conditions? How do we bless and thank them? All are welcome!|
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Family fun night, which will be a movie showing on Friday Oct. 21st. “Please bring food at 5:30pm to eat in the community room or eat dinner beforehand and then we’ll provide a popcorn snack as “dessert” and bubbly water to drink before moving into the sanctuary for our movie at 6pm. We welcome your blankets, pillows and sleeping bags to make the pews a cozy haven for movie watching.” Oct. 11-17th, Rev. Elizabeth is in Birmingham, AL gathering wisdom from religious educators across our denomination at the LREDA Fall Conference.
Lectio, Sacred Song, and community office hours will resume beginning October 18, 2022.
NOW HIRING LIVESTREAM TECH AND NURSERY WORKERS
Training offered, no experience necessary for either position. Great opportunity for a teen or anyone looking to make a little extra cash for a few hours of weekend work a couple of weeks/month.
If you are interested please send an email to email@example.com or give our administrator, Jan, your contact information.
COFFEE HOUR VOLUNTEERS Coffee Hour needs your help!Every week we welcome one another into community with coffee, tea, conversation, and companionship in our Social Hall following the worship service. We need at least two volunteers to set up and clean up each week, please sign up to help out and give everyone a chance to enjoy taking part in fellowship.
Coffee Hour volunteers are needed for clean up on October 16 and 23.
Please sign up at least once each quarter so everyone has an opportunity to volunteer.
Fall Spiritual PracticesTuesday – Lectio Divina: Tuesdays at 11:30am, join Rev. Elizabeth in the library or on Zoom for 30 minutes at
Lectio Divina to reflect on the sacred meanings of poetry in relation to your life and inner being. Lectio Divina follows a guided format of reflection with a new poem provided each week. If you would like to recommend a piece of poetry for a future session, email it to Rev. Elizabeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday – Sacred Song Circle: Join Rev. Elizabeth and others in the Sanctuary every Wednesday evening at 5:30pm for a reflective song circle where we will share in singing simple tunes from our hymnal and beyond as a meditative practice. This is not choir or performance, and no singing experience is necessary in order to lift your voice and your spirit with us.
**********************************************************The following meditation sessions are still being held via Zoom:
Please feel free to join us.
Tuesday Morning 7:15 – 7:45 am
Now includes chanting
Wednesday Evening 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Thursday Morning 7:15 – 7:45 am
Now includes chanting
Use this link Bird and Bell Meditation Zoom Link
The Sunday morning session is now in person!
Sunday Morning 8:45 – 9:15 am
Monday morning at the Hawthorn Tree 9:15 – 10:15
Monday – Bibles and Beer: every Monday at 5:30 PM – Bibles and Beer is an interfaith study session on a Bible passage chosen weekly. Join them in person at Uncle Charlie’s or via Zoom. Please email Rodger McDaniel at email@example.com so he can add you to the list of those sent the Zoom link each week.
Come and visit with Rev. Elizabeth on Tuesday mornings at the Paramount Cafe between 9-11 am. Did something in the Sunday service catch your attention and you want to go deeper? Need to chat about a minor pastoral issue? Find a really good book and need to tell someone about it? Just have some free time and want to spend it with someone? Come by and hang out for a few minutes with your friendly local UU minister!SUNDAY SERVICE INFORMATION
We gather at 10 am for worship in our sanctuary at
3005 Thomes Avenue; masks are encouraged and optional.
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Worship team meets at 6:30 pm on second Wednesdays, and will meet October 13, 6:30 pm in the library – contact Rev. Elizabeth to join a meeting or become a Worship AssociateBoard meets at 6:30 pm on first Monday’s on Zoom, but this month is meeting October 10 at 6:30 pm via zoom – contact President Elaine HayesCommittee on Shared Ministry meets at 6:30 pm on fourth Thursdays, and will meet October 27,⋅6:30 – 8:00 pm in the library – contact Lauren DanleyFinance Team meets at 4:15 pm on third Thursday’s, and will meet October 20, 4:15 – 5:15 pm in the librarycontact Marci Linde or Camellia El-Antabl…………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Please send Order of Service and Newsletter announcements to
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Office hours are Monday – Thursday 8:00 – 12:00
Thank youWe are pleased to announce that our new online giving platform is ready for use! You can securely give from our website atuucheyenne.org/give or via text message [text UUCC to 73256].
You can even create an account to set up recurring donations, view your giving history and use our free mobile app. If you’d like to set up an account, please contact email@example.com and we will send you an invitation to join our online community. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~UUCC WinterMart Arts & Crafts Sale 2022
December 16, Friday 4:30 – 6 pm – December 17, Saturday 9 am – 4 pm
UUCC WinterMart Arts & Crafts Sale 2022
Unitarian Universalist Church of Cheyenne
UUCC Social Hall, 3005 Thomes Avenue, Cheyenne, WY 82001
Contact: Terry Kreuzer 307-214-3932 firstname.lastname@example.org
or Kathleen Petersen 307-421-4496 email@example.com
Set-up Friday, Dec. 16th, 1:30 – 4 PM or Sat. Dec17th @ 7:30 am
Booth Fees: FIRST COME – FIRST SERVED.
Regular Booth $60. UUCC members $50.
Shared Booths $100. Electricity $10. (Limited booths)
Open to all artists, craftspeople, and other vendors of ONLY HAND-CRAFTED WARES.
Reservation forms & fees due by Tuesday, Nov. 29th by 2 pm at UUCC office.
Mail to: UUCC Administrator, 3005 Thomes Ave. Chey. WY 82001
2022WintermartJoin us NEXT Sunday,October 23, 2022 at 10:00 am
Orb Weavers and Dreamers
Today is a day for weaving together the web, joining past to future and catching our hopes and dreams to guide them on our way. Using metaphors of spiders and webs, and wisdom from the Vedic scriptures, today we look at the jewels we might harvest from our own dreams and from deep listening to one another.
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Unitarian UniversalistChurch of CheyenneA community of refuge where all have equal worth and are invited into spiritual exploration as a foundation for: hope. compassionate service. action. The Hungry TravelersJoin us today on a journey into gratitude, as Read more…