Who We Are

Listed in alphabetical order - there are other member organizations than those posted. 
 
The CIC (Cheyenne Interfaith Council) strives to be truly interfaith and not just ecumenical.  This directory of member organizations illustrates that goal.  We welcome other faith communities and organizations joining us.
 
If your faith community or organization is not listed here, it may be that we are waiting for some information about your faith community or organization so that it may be added to this directory or that your organization or faith community has not yet joined the CIC.  
 
If your faith community or organization is not listed here, please contact the appropriate person in your faith community or organization and have him or her contact our President, Rev. Rodger McDaniel.
 
 Member  Organizations  Faith Community  Representatives
 Ascension Lutheran ChurchRocky Mountain Synod Evangelical Lutheran Church in America 

Rev. Paul M. Everett - Senior Pastor


Bird and Bell Meditation Group

primarily Buddhist Beth Howard
Catholic Charities with the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Sister Ruth Ann Hehn, SCL
Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Pastoral Care Department - Chaplains
 
Rev. David M. Heaney - Staff Chaplain
 
Rev. Beth Wright, Mdiv
 
Cheyenne VA Medical Center
Veterans of all faiths
 
Chaplain Carol Carr, Chief of Chaplain Services

Chaplain Curtis McLilly, Staff Chaplain

Chaplain Delbert Hansen, Staff Chaplain

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints LDS   also known as   Mormon Doug Fowler
Comea House Non-Denominational organization Rev. Rick Veit
Connections Corner and Circles            LCCP Link Non-Denominational organization Stephanie Pyle, Executive Director
Dads Making a Difference Non-Denominational organization Tammy Howard
Davis Hospice of Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Hospice Chaplain Dave Stratton
First Christian Church Christian (Disciples of Christ) Rev. Kurt Borgaard
First Presbyterian Church Presbyterian
 
Rev. Diana Hartman, Associate Pastor
First United Methodist Church Methodist
Grace United Methodist Church Methodist Rev. Sandi Dillon
Highlands Presbyterian Church Presbyterian Rev. Rodger McDaniel
Interfaith Family Support Services formerly known as Family Promise Cheyenne - An Interfaith Hospitality Network
 Interfaith now operated through Community Action of Laramie County  formerly an affiliate of Family Promise Lori Kempter
Islamic Center of Cheyenne Muslim
Mt. Sinai Synagogue Jewish
Jeff Weinstein 
Jason Bloomberg (alternate) 
NAACP Cheyenne, WYInterfaith Civil Rights Organization Rev. (Ernie) E.J. Fitzhugh Jr.
St. Marks Episcopal Church Episcopal Rev. Rick Veit
St. Mary's Cathedral Catholic
Rev. Gary J. Ruzicka
Rev. Michael Adeniji
Rev. Steven Titus
St. Paul's Lutheran Church Lutheran Church Pastor Robert Schmidt
Southeast Wyoming Islamic Center  Muslim  Mohamed Salih
Unitarian Universalist Church of Cheyenne Unitarian Universalist Rev.  Audette Fulbright
Unity Missionary Baptist Church Baptist Rev. (Ernie) E.J. Fitzhugh Jr.
Wyoming Association of Churches Eccumenical  not presently represented
 (Hopefully will be joining)Quaker not presently represented
 (Hopefully will be joining) Sikh not presently represented
   
 
Council Officers for June 2013 - May 2014
 
President - Rev.  Audette Fulbright December 2013 - May 2014 
                  Dave Stratton June 2013 - December 2013

Vice President - TBA
 
Treasurer - Doug Fowler
 
Co-Secretaries -  Jeff Weinstein and  Mohamed Salih


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 Interfaith Council Cookbook"

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Wyoming 2-1-1 service is available statewide by dialing 2-1-1 during normal business hours and online anytime at www.wyoming211.org

With Wyoming 2-1-1, callers can receive referrals for:

Basic needs: Food, clothing, shelter, temporary financial assistance, transportation, disaster.
Physical and mental health resources: Crisis intervention, prenatal care, support groups, counseling, drug and alcohol intervention, rehabilitation, children's health insurance programs.

Financial stability: Employment referral services, Earned Income Tax Credits, WIC, credit counseling, food stamps, rent and utility assistance, unemployment benefits, job training, education programs.

Support for older Americans and persons with disabilities: Home health care, adult day care, congregate meals, Meals on Wheels, respite care, transportation, homemaker services.
Support for children, youth and families: Childcare, after-school programs, family resource centers, summer camps, recreation programs, mentoring, tutoring, literacy programs, protective services.

Support for community crisis or disaster recovery: 2-1-1 systems in other states have proven valuable in disaster relief efforts. The ability to respond and assist will be developed as funding allows.

Changing the Way You Find Help

2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects callers, at no cost, to information about critical health and human services available in communities around Wyoming. Information and Referral Specialists are available to help you by calling 2-1-1 or cell phone users/PBX phone systems may need to dial 888-425-7138 Monday through Friday, during normal business hours.

Please remember IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY which requires and EMERGENCY response by PoliceFire, or Emergency Medical Services call 9-1-1, not 2-1-1.   9-1-1 is ONLY for immediately life or limb threatening emergencies, not information services. 

 
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