At the end of each Sunday service at Foothills, we close with these words: “…our service has just begun…”
Every Sunday a team is required to create a worship experience that sends you back out into the world fortified and thinking.
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.
In December, Brian and I spent five days in the wintry desert of northern New Mexico. We attended a four-day retreat at Ghost Ranch called Landscapes and Soulscapes centered on a book, Camino Divina, by the facilitator/author, Gina Marie Mammano. The retreat directed us in different themes for walking meditation and different forms of spiritual practice.
Being Better is a roughly monthly series of workshops focused on developing the skills to be there for those we care about when it matters most. Each month from January to May you are invited to deepen and practice your relational skills with the goal of being better friends, partners, parents, and citizens.
We assumed that at some point it was likely that Border Patrol would tell us to stop, tell us that we would be arrested if we proceeded. But we did think that most of the 100 or so of us “arrestables” would make it to the zone before that happened. However, that was not the way it happened.
Our second weekly sharing of highlights of courageous love as experienced at Foothills and wishes for our congregation in the future.
Dear members and friends, I just set my alarm for slightly earlier than my usual Sunday morning 5:30. But instead of making the short journey up Drake to prepare for the holiday music service with all of you (one of my favorites!), I’ll be heading to the airport. About 10 days ago, the American Friends […]
Wow! Tonight Foothills received the 2018 Fort Collins Human Relations Award in the Non-Profit Organization category, which is to celebrate a “spirit of inclusiveness, giving and altruism that makes Fort Collins a better place for all people.” A few of our lay leaders were able to join the ceremony, but really the award was to […]
by Lindsay Tearman My church is a second home for me. It is a living, breathing second family that I have picked out for myself. When I made the choice to become a partner, to officially join the church, I was all in. That meant giving support physically, spiritually, and financially as well. And I […]