Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Sheridan                   

    Affirming the Inherent Worth and Dignity for Every Person...

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Covid-19 Update:

Service starts at 10am MT. (Subscribe to our Email List announcements for details.)
Sunday services will also continue online (via Zoom). Please stay safe.
The January theme is Finding our Center and is coordinated by Cal Furnish. 
Jan 29: Maya Gilmore will present an original talk, Centering and the Subtle Art of Doing the Dishes.
Mary Rathbun will be coordinating our February Theme of Love.
Feb 5: Mary Rathbun will read Tough Love Saves Us All, by Rev Gretchen Haley;
Feb 12: Bruce Andres will present an original talk. Love Vignettes;
Feb 19: Cal Furnish will read a sermon from Soul Matters;
Feb 26: Victor Ashear will present an original talk, UU Perspectives on Love.


Want to learn about UU history?  Join us after Sunday service (~11:15 AM) on the 3rd and 4th Sunday's of the month to watch a half hour of The Long Strange Trip followed by a discussion.

New Proposal for UU Principles and Purpose are under review. Our Principles, Purpose, covenant and Sources are contained in Article II of the UUA Bylaws. Read the Report.


Take a look at what's happening to our garden: photo1, photo2, photo3, photo4.

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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.

UUFS 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, Janet Ashear, Janelle Gray and Nancy Phillips, 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. The third Sunday of each month has a potluck following the service. 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. 

UU Sheridan Fellowship Hall at 1950 E. Brundage Lane.

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