Sunday Services are 8:30 a.m. in the library and 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary unless otherwise noted. Nursery care, children’s and youth classes are concurrent with the 10:30 service except for Full Community Worship Sundays. For more information you may contact the church office at 505-982-9674. UU Santa Fe is a Welcoming Congregation and hope you will join us on a Sunday to learn more.
Full Sunday Morning Schedule
8:30 to 9:30 ~ Early Bird Worship in the Library
10:15 to 10:30 ~ Musical prelude to the service. Please refrain from talking during the prelude so listeners may enjoy the music.
10:30 to 11:30 ~ Worship
10:30 to 11:45 ~ Faith Development Classes for children and youth
Worship Services for August
August 6 ~ We Used to Call it ‘The Patriarchy’ ~ Rev. Gail Marriner
Black Lives Matter and Black Lives UU were front and center at this year’s General Assembly of the UUA. The terms “White Privilege” and “White Supremacist” were tossed about the conversations as if all present understood what they meant and how they were being used. This morning’s service will attempt to make some sense of these terms and their context.
August 13 ~ What You Get ~ Steven Mead
Join us as we welcome Steven, our new Consulting Director of Lifespan Faith Development to UU Santa Fe and to the pulpit!
August 20 ~ Thick ~ Rev. Gail Marriner
How do you know what you know? What kinds of information do you value? In a world that is biased towards things that can be measured and quantified what place do myth, philosophy and the arts have? How might “religious” thinking help us better understand and navigate the world. This service was inspired by Christian Madsbjerg’s new book Sensemaking: The Power of the Humanities in the Age of the Algorithm
August 27 ~ Diverse Unitarians ~ Rev. Gail Marriner
We American Unitarian Universalists have lots of Unitarian cousins out there in the world. We recognize some of them – the Christian Unitarians and the agnostic and humanist and atheist ones, but what do you know about our Jewish and Muslim cousins? We have more in common than you might guess…
UU Santa Fe has a magnetic hearing loop, which transmits sound magnetically to hearing loops and cochlear implants with T-coils (telecoils). This system transmits sound to T-coil-equipped hearing aids through a wire that surrounds the sanctuary. The telecoil is activated by a t-switch on many hearing aids or cochlear implants. Older models may not have this technology.