By Jane Everham, church member
The Western Unitarian Universalist Life Festival (WUULF) is a family camp for all ages that has been happening for over 35 years at Ghost Ranch in Northern New Mexico. At WUULF you will meet UUs from all over our Mountain Desert District and beyond. WUULF is dining, worshiping, learning, dancing, star-gazing, hiking, singing, drumming – all together in the breathtaking Georgia O’Keefe landscape. My family has been attending WUULF for over a decade and only regret we didn’t start sooner. My young adult son who went to his first WUULF at age 13 complaining, “I don’t want to go to a church camp.” is now a Youth Advisor and never misses. WUULF is a special community that showed me the wide range and reach of UUism.
This year’s theme is The Bones of Our Community – “What would happen if we allowed our faith to be forged not only in the fires of direct personal experience but through the fires of a community of trust, discipline and community?”
AND, this year our own Rev. Sean Neil-Barron will present the Adult Program, while our kids are in full day childrens’ programming. Does your family love The Buckhorn Weekend Retreat? Come to WUULF for a week-long UU retreat experience.
I am counting the days until we gather- June 24-July 1, 2019.
Registration for WUULF is OPEN and the catalog is available on the website at www.wuulf.org. Deadline is May 20, but don’t wait!
WUULF 2019 Catalog is available at info @wuulf.org. Enjoy the video – Now More Than Ever Contact Jane Everham at email@example.com for more information.
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I started going to Ghost Ranch in college and later WUULF when I joined the UU Church. It’s a great adventure and learning experience
in the New Mexico desert area. My alumni from San Francisco Theological Seminary have met there for a reunion many times in the past. I recommend it!
Rev. Kent Robertson, a member of Namaqua UU Congregation in Loveland.
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