Foothills Climate Justice Ministry helps lead spontaneous participation of eco-groups to grab control of fracking in our community.
Anyone sick of seeing my name in the Order of Service every Sunday? Do you wonder how to get your name in the Order of Service?
One highlights of my sabbatical was my participation in a series of conversations convened by the Colorado Trust. For the last ten years, the Trust has been working in rural communities across Northern Colorado, and is now interested in bringing their organizing and funding into Fort Collins.
. . . is easy! Can you use the up and down arrows on your computer? Can you use a mouse? If you say yes to either question, then you can volunteer to run the worship slides.
The time is finally here to figure out how we are going to create a campus that is big enough for us to truly unleash all that our mission asks of us, and all that we dream of doing together.
Dear Foothills community, I’m taking a big, deep breath as I write these words. It’s a breath of eager anticipation and excitement to see you all – I’ve missed you! I can’t wait to see you.
Have you ever noticed that whenever someone says “Don’t take this personally but” no matter what the next words out of their mouth can not be taken any way but personally. When people have said “Don’t take this personally but I don’t believe being gay is nature”, it’s hard for me (Rev. Sean) to respond […]
On Monday, I removed Acting Senior Minister from my email signature line. It was just over 14 weeks ago that Rev. Gretchen, Foothills’ Senior Minister, stepped out into her time of sabbatical. And you will be hearing more from her about her time away in the weeks and months to come, but in this moment of transition, I wanted to share a few reflections.
Since last October, Sanctuary Everywhere has grown from providing in-church Sanctuary to Ingrid, an immigrant from Peru with a deportation order over her head, to accompanying asylum seekers living in detention under circumstances you’ve read about; to working with lawyers to get parole for them; and to providing housing with a host family, and a Village to support them as the asylum seeker navigates their new life in this country.
Western Unitarian Universalist Life Festival aka WUULF ended on Sunday, June 30. Eighty plus UUs attended and had a blast.