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A picture of Reverend Christine at the pulpit during her installation ceremony

Notes From Your Dance Partner

Several years ago, a TED talk by novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie went viral, about the danger of a single story. While people have evolved even in their thinking around this, it has stuck with me. The video of it is here. One week after we shared the news about the misconduct, I am finding myself

Climate Fresk Workshop

Saturday, May 4 - 9:00am MST Climate Fresk Workshop, Saturday, May 4, in Johnson Room, 9 -12, to register: Send your name and "Fresk" at , $10 cash donation for materials requested at door.

“Common Ground” film screening

Sunday, April 21 - 11:45am MST Do you wonder what makes vegetables and fruits more nutritious? Good Earth or healthy soil is the best starting place!! Please join us after the service Sunday 4/21 for a screening of “Common Ground”, an 87 min. film with Woody Harrell. It talks about no or low-till, regenerative farming as a way to create healthier soil and

Attend UUCP Book Discussion Group Meeting

Sunday, April 14 - 9:00am MST The next UUCP Book Discussion Group meeting will be in Annex B at 9:00am on Sunday, April 14. The group will discuss Chapters 14 and 15 in The Written World: The Power of Stories to Shape People, History, and Civilization, by Martin Puchner.   These two chapters discuss unfamiliar literature, oral and foundational literature of West

Earth Justice Ministry Monthly Meeting

Sunday, April 14 - 11:45am MST Please pick up your picnic refreshments and come to Annex H for a short Earth Justice Ministry meeting. Newcomers are welcome. We will be making plans for 2 upcoming events that we’re sponsoring. One is the screening of the film “Common Ground” on Sunday 4/21 after the service, and to start a group to explore

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Our Garden Still Needs Tending!

Thanks to a strong push in the last week, we have come close to our goal for the 2024-2025 Pledge Campaign. We now have 136 pledges for a total of $437,681.20. I am truly moved by the collective generosity of our community.

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UUCP Trauma Care Ministry Group Available Today

Today at 2pm, we will have four people from our denomination’s Trauma Response team offering Listening Circles on Zoom to help us process the events. We highly recommend participating in these as they are very useful in helping our congregation process recent events in the healthiest possible way. We encourage you to take advantage of

UUCP Opportunities for Care This Week

Beloved UUCP Members, I know we are still reeling from yesterday’s news. I have spoken with many of you who are feeling waves of shock, sadness, negotiation, anger, wondering, retrospective regret, and so much worry; these are all so, so normal. Some of you are also triggered by your own pasts and this is bringing

A group of Navigator kids with Jezz and a board of posters behind them.

April Navigators Update

Our Navigators group has been meeting on Sundays this year and it has been going phenomenally well. Our classes have been working on social justice and outdoor learning. In January, our group learned about accessibility in the outdoors and practiced safe hiking practices. Also our group also learned how to use different types of identification

A picture of Reverend Christine at the pulpit during her installation ceremony

Notes From Your Dance Partner

This week in my column, I just want to tell you how much I care for and appreciate you all. I think in the day-to-day operations of the congregation, the worship services that come and go, and the tough times in our lives, we don’t stop and smell the flowers and have gratitude for everything