Activate curiosity as you consider your own experiences regarding spirituality and reasons for attending UUCC.  From a deeper perspective recall a time when you demonstrated courage as you accessed your own gifts to overcome and transcend fear. Guest Speaker Chuck Skinner will be talking about Curiosity, Spirituality, and Courage at 10:30am this Sunday!

Pastoral Note

Star asks to be kept in your thoughts and prayers as she awaits results from skin cancer removal.

Upcoming Events

Sunday May 5th at 6 pm a second meeting will be held at the UUCC to discuss the No Hate In Our Town Campaign. The discussion will center around how UUCC can provide support for the Campaign, and learn from people in Laramie who implemented No Hate In Our Town there. Please come if you are interested in helping and getting involved in this great social justice opportunity. 

For the full job description please visit our website at
Send in your resume and cover letter to, applications are due my May 10th.

We are looking for a reliable Office Administrator, Tori Mizell will be leaving us at the end of June to pursue her Masters in Biology and to welcome her second son into the world.

The Office Administrator will provide administrative support, greet and direct visitors and answer and respond to calls and emails. Qualified candidates will have impeccable verbal and written communication skills, a strong ability to multi-task and a friendly demeanor.

Includes flexible work hours during the week, paid holidays and open and inclusive work environment. Work on Sunday’s is required.

Mark your calendar’s now. Bring a cake and see who wins your cake at our Mother’s Day Cake Auction.

In an effort to keep some better email boundaries (and since we are using a new email platform that’s more user-friendly), staff will be migrating all work email to official titles.

To reach Rev. Hannah please email:
To reach DFD Mary Scherden please email:
To reach the administrator please email:
To reach the music director, Tyler Cessor please email:

–Mac and Cheese Palooza was a huge, huge, huge success! We had a total of 14 amazing recipes.  We raised approx $255 for UUCC. Good job everyone!!!!
The Big Winner is……. Ken Vernon with his Thai Basil Mac and Cheese! Ken raised 38.30 in votes, while the runner up was Mary’s 5 cheese Mac and Cheese raising $36.80. A very close race. The kids favorite was without a doubt the Kercher’s PRIDE Mac and Cheese (by far the most creative!!!).
Thank you again everyone who attended, participated, donated or just showed up for support.

–Now… we had several requests for recipes from the contest this weekend. We are going to put together a UUCC Favorite Mac and Cheese Cookbook and are inviting everyone who has a favorite Mac and Cheese recipe to email it to Mary at We’ll have it ready for sale at the Garage Sale in June. All proceeds will be donated in the name of the Faith Development Dept to UUCC.
Thank you so much for participating in our contest and for voting for your favorite recipe!!!!

–Congratulations to our 16 Our Whole Lives Grads and families! Thank you so much for our amazing OWL facilitators who spent countless hours leading this group this spring!!!

–Cake Auction coming up on Mothers Day Sunday – PLEASE Bring a cake to donate for the auction. Contact Mary for more information.

–Faith Development Garage Sale – June 15th
Please begin bring in your donations mid May. Donations may be left on the stage in the Social Hall. Please Contact Mary at (307) 220-2096 or Sara for more information 9307) 286-5696

Immigration Justice Coalition needs help

A young woman and her family in our community need help. We have known her for some time.

She is a 20 something young woman who was brought here by undocumented parents as a toddler. She could not get DACA status because she could not adequately document all of the many addresses her parents had or the schools she attended.

She, her parents and a sister are undocumented. But, they have two young brothers (maybe 8 and 10) who are citizens.

She is under threat of deportation and doesn’t feel she can fill out the application form some landlords require. She needs a two bedroom apartment and can pay $700-$800.

This is a good family that many of us know. If you know of any place available, please contact Sandi Gaulke ( or Rodger McDaniel (
Thank you!

UUCC’s High School Youth Group are collecting aluminum cans for various organizations. Each month we will announce a new organization we plan to donate to. Please bring your clean, aluminum cans in and place them in the recycling container on Sundays. We’ll take it from there. THANK YOU!!!

Here at UUCC we will be collecting non-pershiable food, personal care items, new socks and underwear for all ages and craft items. Look for the collection bin in the lobby and watch for more details on how you can help!

Day of Giving is May 10 8am-5pm at the Kiwanis Community House

Calendar of Events

Click here to see the calendar of upcoming events at UUCC! 

It’s never too early to think about helping out in the Faith Development Program this summer. Summer of Seuss is coming Summer 2019 and we need lots of Who’s to help lead our charges. Contact Mary now to find out how you can help with Summer of Seuss Sunday Classes. Mary Scherden (307) 638-4554 ext 12.

If you would like to help plan this years annual church picnic, please contact Thomas Redding at 307-640-6038 to get on the committee!

On your Sunday (assigned by last name), please do one or more of the following:
    • Come early to help set up the social hall.
    • Bring a tray of prepared finger foods (and remember to take your tray and any leftover food home with you.)
  • Linger to help with cleanup!
First Sunday – A – F
Second Sunday – G – L
Third Sunday – M – R
Fourth Sunday – S – Z
Fifth Sunday – Everyone

9th-12th grade youth are invited to Mountain Desert District youth events. Please contact Jessy Hennesy, MDD Youth Conference Coordinator, with questions, at

June 30-July 6 – QUUest Camp (and Spirit QUUest Camp for middle school youth), La Foret Conference and Retreat Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado


Do you need to submit an announcement for the weekly e-mail, UUCC This Week and Beyond… ?

    1. Submission deadline is Tuesday before 10 AM.
    1. Please submit announcements to
    1. Announcements on CD or hand-written/typed announcements should be delivered or mailed to the office and received by the due date.
    1. E-mail announcements are usually then included in the next Sunday order of service.
    1. Please remember that not all members/friends have or use email.
  1. If you are not receiving the weekly e-mail announcements, contact the office.

Do you need to submit an announcement for the Sunday service?

    1. Submission deadline is Sunday 10 AM to be read at the beginning of service.
    1. Please submit typed or hand-written announcements to the mailbox labeled Announcements in the hallway of the church.
  1. Announcements are then usually included in the next weekly e-mai

Peanut-Free Zone!
Please remember the church is a peanut free zone for safety of our members. We have members with severe peanut allergies and we want to have all our activities safe for them and any others with this allergy to be welcome.

Please remind others, and if you are bringing in a packaged item, check to ensure it was made in a peanut free environment. Let’s keep church a safe place for everyone!




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