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 May
May 6 ~ Squeezed Among Blessings ~ Rev. Gail
Welcome to a Sunday filled with blessings: the blessings of our gratitude garden, the blessings of our graduating students bridging from youth to young adult, the springtime blessing of a Maypole and young people dancing. What do you do when there are so many blessings there is barely room to be thankful for them all?
May 13 ~ An Ecological Honoring of Mothers in Times of Crises ~ Rev. Michael Dowd
We welcome UU circuit rider and earth prophetRev. Michael Dowd to our pulpit once again.
Wednesday, May 16 – Join us for a public lecture with Rev. Michael Dowd
May 20 ~ Share your Blessings ~ Rev. Gail
Flower Communion and Congregational Meeting––On this Sunday when we welcome new members, celebrate flower communion and hold our annual meeting of the congregation, we will reflect on ways we share our energy and attention and bless each other.
Tuesday, May 22 – Schools Out Star Party
Our family night this month is hosted in conjunction with the Botanical garden. Bring a picnic and join us for telescope peeping and the cosmic walk!
May 27 ~ Healing the Body Politic ~ Rev. Jean Darling
We are so divided, red and blue – in our minds – we’ve ceased to view the Other as fully human. Can this divide be healed? How might ritual aid us in our quest to humanize the debate and reconnect to others in our country, our world?
June 3 ~ Empty Cups, Overflowing Cups
A celebration of learning. Dag Hamarskjold writes, “Each day we hold out the cup of our being to fill, to carry and to give back….” What fills your cup? Where are you carrying the contents? With whom will you share them?
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.