Here you will find information about our space, our Sunday service, visiting with children, directions and a short form to sign up for our weekly ENewsletter.
YOur sunday experience
Coming into our space. Come casual, comfortable and covered as they say. Show up about 15-20 minutes before service, especially if you have children. Nursery care is offered with the 10:30 am service. Enter our front gate, stroll past our inner brick courtyard and go through the double doors into our entry foyer. Chances are really good at this point that a greeter will welcome you at the door and direct you to our welcome table with folks who have any other information that you might need for your visit with us.
Our service. Enter Fogelson Hall on your left through the natural wood doors, grab an order of service sit down and make yourself comfortable. If you are sensitive to fragrances, the front section close to the piano is the spot for you! We have large print hymnals, a hearing loop and hearing-assist devices should you have the need. After some brief announcements, our service gets underway and normally includes opening words, chalice lighting, song, story, sometimes instrumental music, readings, a reflection and an offering. After services, spill out into the hallway, into Fellowship Hall or, weather permitting, our courtyard to have a cup of coffee and talk. We're a noisy bunch as you will find. And relax, no one is going to hustle you to join, serve on a committee or convert! Visit often!
Visiting with children. If you have children, we will be glad to introduce you to folks running our Family Ministry Program. For more information about our Family Ministry Program, click here.
Visit often | be welcome
Visitors, out of town UUs and Santa Fe residents, you are all welcome. UU Santa Fe is a community with a wide diversity of backgrounds. Members of our community include agnostics, atheists, humanists, theists, Buddhists, Christians and celebrators of earth based religions. We offer everyone a community that will help grow your own spirituality, an opportunity to work with others on the same journey and a family ministry program for your children and youth to help them make informed, ethical choices in their lives.
directions, PARKING and ACCESSIBILITY
Consult the map above for our location. You may park in our “L” shaped parking lot in the reserved spaces marked “Sunday Visitor Parking,” or in any other space that is not reserved for someone else.
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Diversity, you see, must not end up being some kind of feel good slogan, a word we keep in our back pocket to make us feel like we’re broad minded. Diversity is a gift. But it cannot be a gift…unless it is received.―Mark Belletini (Unitarian Universalist, clergy)