What we do here to create community and connect to our larger community in the valley
We work to accomplish our congregation’s mission. Contributing your time and talents creates a sense of belonging and accomplishment as you can see your work transform the lives of others and yourself. If you would like to join, contact our Minister at or the associated leader shown below. Area code is 970 unless otherwise specified.
Book Club: Parker and Tilly Maddux
Meeting once a month, book club members enjoy such reads as The Slums of Aspen and The Girls of Atomic City. With captivating content and stimulating discussion, the book club is a great way to keep your mind sharp!
Caring: Katie Marshall
We all need a little help from our friends. Sometimes, when folks have surgery or an unexpected accident, we respond with visits, meals, cards, and rides. This group shows how much we care for one another.
Circle Suppers: Jude Bartels
Every month we gather in each other’s homes for food and conversation. Anyone can join for these informal potlucks for food and fellowship. A community favorite!
Communications: Trina Haines (945-1590)
How did you find out about this community? Did you get a newsletter, check the website, see in the paper, or look us up after a friend told you about us? Help us reach out so more people can call Two Rivers home!
Generosity: Peter Westcott
Teaching world religions, giving to our community, and having a spiritual home happens because of the generosity of our members and friends. Help us to keep growing and continue to be generous!
Leadership Development Committee: Bill Spence
Organizes and works with TRUU committees, and coordinates with the Board and UUA staff to accomplish the congregational mission; develops a slate of candidates for annual elections to the Board and other leadership positions, and provides training opportunities for current and future leaders.
Music: Jimmy Byrne
Are you a soloist and have talents you wish to share? Every Sunday is a chance to share your beliefs and enrich our community through music.
Religious Exploration: Anne Cerrone
Adults and youth need opportunities to grow in spirit. Every Sunday the youth learn about things like world religions, nature, and the history of our shared faith. We also have youth group for 5th grade and up! We also build our wisdom as adults through one-off programs such as Death Cafe, Pub Theology, Book Club, Enneagram, and so much more.
Social Action: Judy Feinsinger
Fighting for Standing Rock, migrant rights, civil rights for GLBTQAI+, racial justice, and reproductive choice our social action is needed more than ever. On the 5th Mondays, we also provide a meal to those in need.
Welcoming: Sue Coyle (963-7210)
Greeting, set-up, welcoming, and building community – we make sure that every visitor feels welcome and feels like they belong to the community. Volunteer here – it’s an easy way to help our community grow and feel like home.
Worship: Rev. Shawna Foster
Sharing the sacred amongst one another and creating the holy is one of the most profound ways to be human.