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Deepen your humanity. Cultivate wisdom. Open up to life's gifts.
WORSHIP • TO INSPIRE YOU
Be open to life's gifts and something greater than ourselves.
SPIRITUALITY • PRACTICES TO GROUND YOU
Direct experience of transcending mystery and wonder. Renew yourself!
Worship & Spirituality
GET TO KNOW US
We are covenantal. We hold one another in a deep and abiding embrace.
We promise. Join us.
Find a place to connect and grow through friendship, spirituality and support groups.
WORK FOR Justice
We are called to fashion a world that is peaceful, compassionate, just and sustainable. Come, help us fashion a future world worthy of its children.
Experience LifeLong Learning
There are many perspectives, many beliefs, and many truths to be understood. Are you finished learning?
We are here to journey with your family as we search for truth, overcome injustice and live a principled life.
Adult Learning Groups
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10:30 am, Fogelson Hall
Sunday, October 1
Our Feminist Heritage
Rev. Gail Marriner
We call it "the inherent worth and dignity of every person." Our Unitarian and Transcendentalist ancestors called it "likeness to God." In either case, the idea under-girds much of our social justice work and is at the roots of the larger feminist movement. Join Rev. Gail for a service reflecting on our UU journey toward recognizing the worth of all people and some of the women who were part of the struggle.
Wisdom Story for All Ages:
The Little Oak Tree
by Barbara Marshman
After the service, "Honoring our Elders" returns with a gathering to honor longtime UU Santa Fe member, past board president, church secretary, and Jill-of-all trades, June Jameson. Everyone is invited to hear more of our history and June's life.
Connect with UU Santa Fe Members and Friends in Your Area
UU Santa Fe Neighborhood Groups
—casual gatherings for fellowship and fun; open to all Members and Friends. Groups meet variously as they decide—online, onsite and hybrid.
3rd Saturdays, 11 am MT online. Contact Ruth LaNore or Devey Napier.
Central Santa Fe
. Meeting mostly outdoors, with varying dates each month. Contact Nina Binin.
3rd Saturday, various times in-person and/or online. Contact Roberta Armstrong or Elizabeth Swope.
North Central Santa Fe.
4th Thursday, 3 pm MT in-person as circumstances allow. Contact Ann Jennings-Reid.
1st Saturday, 4 pm MT online. Contact Rod Morgan.
2nd Saturdays, in-person and/or online as circumstances allow. Contact Cheryl Ancell or Janie Farler.
For assistance in contacting the Neighborhood Group Coordinators listed above, contact the
To learn more about Neighborhood Groups, stop by the Welcome Table on Sunday or contact Roberta Armstrong or Elizabeth Swope.
Supplies for Migrants
September 18-November 1
& again in January
The UUSF Justice Council
is participating with a network of New Mexico faith communities (mostly UU’s and Friends) to provide assistance to asylum-seekers at our southern border. They have entered the U.S. legally and are in a shelter in Deming waiting to travel to their sponsors elsewhere in the country. Their final asylum hearings will not occur for months from now. They have nothing! Beginning in October, we will be collecting supplies needed for their journey, such as baby supplies, new underwear, comfortable shoes, jackets and food items that can be packed into “go bags” by our UU friends in Silver City. And, they would also love to have handmade items (knit/crochet or sewn).
A list of current needs will soon be available. For more information, contact Gayle Boyd.
Fall Webinar Series: Bracero
Small Group Ministry class
Nina Binin & Greg Berg
October 11-December 13
“What I Believe” is a new small group open for sign-ups that will include six sessions facilitated by Greg Berg and Nina Binin.
6-8pm in person in the Committee Room at the church.
Oct. 11 (Awakening),
Nov. 8 (Blessings),
Nov. 15 (Wabi-Sabi),
Nov. 29 (Transcendence),
Dec. 13 (Intuition).
We will agree on a covenant, and each session will include brief check-ins, a short set of readings and sharing in response to facilitator’s questions.
Limited to seven participants—a great opportunity to get to know other members on a deeper level. Please contact
to sign up or with questions.
UU SANTA FE—MANY WINDOWS, ONE LIGHT
A UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST COMMUNITY MEANT FOR YOU
UU SANTA FE
107 West Barcelona Road
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
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