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.

The UU Church of Cheyenne has long provided meals for those residing at the COMEA Shelter for a period of time. As we return to offering our care to those who need kind words and a friendly face, will you join us in this work?

Those serving at COMEA’s dinner parties can work one or two evenings a month, or even once every couple of months. We need 3-6 servers to host one evening. If you’re interested, please sign up and Laurie Magill will be in touch with you to decide on dates.

The sign-up sheet is in Social Hall. If you have questions, please contact Laura Magill