Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Sheridan                   

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Project. GAYT is an annual intergenerational program to raise awareness and support for the work of UUSC in advancing human rights globally. (Details)
The worship theme for January is Consolation/Desolation coordinated by Janet Ashear.
Jan 7th:  Rev. Kali will lead an Intergenerational Service.
Jan 14th: Victor Ashear will present
Jan 21st:  Rev Kali Hayslett will present.
Jan 28th: Cal Furnish will Consolation Dancing with Desolation.
The Worship them for February is Balance coordinated by Ramona Stine
Feb 4th: Sue Roberts will present Elusive Balance.
Feb 11th: Rev. Kali will lead an Intergenerational Service.for Valentine's Day.
Feb 18th: Rev Kali Hayslett will present.
Feb 25th: Bernie Barlow will read The Equinox.
Adult Religious Education (RE): 6 to 8 pm potluck followed by a class led by Rev. Kali.  We are going to jump into UU history using A Long Strange Trip. We will alternate between video showings and small group discussions. These will still be stand alone classes so if you miss any or can only come for one, all are welcome!
Thursday Feb. 1st:   6 - 8 pm.  Bring a dish to share for the potluck and watch a video on UU history..
Thursday, Feb 15th: 6 - 8 pm.  Bring a dish to share for the potluck and stay for the class.
REGIONAL ASSEMBLY  April 27-29th in Portland, OR. Early Bird registration by Jan 31st, 2018. (details)
Oct 13th & 14th: Mountain Desert District (MDD) Gathering and Annual Meeting. 
     Here is a link to Rev. Gibbons keynote address: On Becoming a Grownup: Spiritual Maturity With or Without God. 
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Welcome!  Our Fellowship cherishes the inherent worth and dignity of all people, and welcomes everyone without regard to age, gender, race, sexual orientation or disability.  We gather to grow spiritually, seek truth and meaning, experience fellowship, serve the wider community, and strive to build a peaceful, just and compassionate society.

. . . We believe that spiritual life is personal.  Rather than teach a particular creed or dogma, we provide a loving, safe and supportive environment for you to discover and pursue your own path.  If you are looking for a church where you can find community, explore your spirituality and promote peace and justice in the world … come visit us!

We invite you to explore this site and attend a Sunday service.  We provide supervised care for preschoolers and classes for older children.  We hope you’ll stay for coffee and conversation after service.

SUUF is very proud of the musical offerings in our services and have received all new UU hymnals for the fellowship from gracious members. We feature pianists, Janelle Gray, mandolinist, Bill Bradshaw and others who all inspire our hearts with their talent. We open the service with a beautiful musical piece, and offer UU hymns to sing.

Services are held at 10 AM every Sunday, at 1950 East Brundage Lane, Sheridan, Wyoming. An outline for the coming year is presented below. For weekly program listings, click on Programs.  The meditation group meets every Sunday at 7 PM at the same place. For details: Contact Us

The FAQ has answers to questions visitors often ask. 

Sheridan UU Fellowship Hall at 1950 E. Brundage Lane

 Month  Worship Theme  Coordinator
 September  Prophetic Imperative  Michelle LaGory
 October  Acceptance  Mary Rathbun
 November  Care of the Soul  Janet Ashear
 December  Ambiguity/Paradox  Ted Lapis
 January 2018  Consolation/Desolation  Janet Ashear
 February  Balance  Ramona Stine
 March  Circle of Life  Ian Wallace
 April  Healing  Bill Bradshaw
 May  Emotional Intelligence  Ted Lapis
 June  Courage  Mary Rathburn
 July  Worth & Dignity  Ramona Stine
 August  Respect  Bill Bradshaw

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