Betsy is very excited to be the Family Ministry Assistant at Foothills Unitarian Church! Having grown up in Fort Collins, she knows the area and community well. Her background includes being a Youth Services Specialist at Platte Valley Juvenile Detention Center, where she supervised and provided support to incarcerated youth for the State of Colorado. She is also an avid volunteer for Partners Mentoring Youth and has worked with at-risk youth for many years. Prior to working for Platte Valley, Betsy worked at AT&T Mobility in sales. She is currently working towards getting a Master’s Degree in Social Work so that she can become a counselor for at-risk youth. In her time off, Betsy enjoys reading non-fiction books and spending time with her pug mix, Igor. She also hikes on weekends and is very passionate about fitness. Betsy’s always open to getting to know new people, so if you see her around please come say hi!
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Sanctuary Everywhere: Community Village Awareness session Please join us to learn of the many ways you can contribute to help asylum seekers be released from detention and adjust to life in our community through the Foothills Unitarian Church's Sanctuary Everywhere program. This session will provide an overview of how we can support asylum seekers while they are detained, how to enable them to be released from detention, the process of creating a village of support around them and their host…Find out more »
We will kick off a new Choir Season and welcome new members at our Choir “Welcome Back” Party. Party is at Terri Alles Thorburn’s Home. Please bring a chair and a dish to share. Contact for more information : Judy Donaldson : firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-231-9666Find out more »
Sign up now for Dinners in the Home for the fall session. Click HEREFind out more »
Join us each Sunday, April 28th - September 15th, for TWO morning services. The service times have shifted slightly to 9:00am and 11:00 am.Find out more »
Join us for one service, at the Azatalan Center Celebrating Water Communion “Water is more than simply a metaphor. It is elemental and primary, calling forth feelings of awe and reverence.” Carolyn McDade and Lucile Schuck Longview, two Unitarian Universalist woman, wrote these words to describe the essence of the ritual they created in 1980--a ritual that spread across UU congregations and has become an annual tradition for us at Foothills. This ritual is known now as Water Communion. Water Communion invites each person…Find out more »