Here you will find our business address, staff contact information and adverse weather procedure.
Address and phone
UU Santa Fe
107 West Barcelona Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Office Hours Sunday-Friday, 9 am to 1 pm
Lost & Found is in our Office; lost water bottles and mugs are in the kitchen.
UU Santa Fe adverse Weather Procedure
During the week, we follow the Santa Fe Public School policy of either 2-hour delay or cancellation; if the schools close, all UU Santa Fe related meetings are canceled. If there is a significant weather event on the weekend (Friday night through Sunday) please check our website or call the church office; for Sunday services we will plan to have a statement by 8 am. Decisions about weather cancellations are made by the minister and board president.
If there is snow on Saturday night, the 8:30 am service and UU Humanist gathering are automatically canceled. During inclement weather, renters may meet or not as they may elect.
Minister: 505.982.9674 ext. 2, Rev. Gail Marriner; Gail is available 9-1 Wednesday and 10-2 Tuesday and Thursday and other times by appointment. Call first before dropping by to check availability. Rev. Gail doesn't regularly check email. Text or call her instead at 505.603.6840! If you must send email to email@example.com, text her to tell her you sent something important!
Consulting Lifespan Learning Director:
505.982.9674 ext. 4, firstname.lastname@example.org; Steven Mead: drop-in office hours 9:30-12:30 Wednesday-Saturday and by appointment.
Office Administrator: 505.982.9674 ext. 1, email@example.com; Aaron Leventman: Office hours 9-12 Sunday-Thursday.
Bookkeeper: 505.982.9674 ext. 3, Fax # 505.982.3462, firstname.lastname@example.org; Jenifer Kaplan. Monday during normal business hours; office hours by appointment. Call first before dropping by to check availability.
The greatest danger, as I see it in myself, is the danger of withdrawal into private worlds. We have to keep the channels in ourselves open to pain. At the same time it is essential that true joys be experienced, that the sunrise not leave us unmoved, for civilization depends on the true joys, all those that have nothing to do with money or affluence―nature, the arts, human love.―May Sarton (Unitarian Universalist, essayist, diarist, poet, novelist, critic)