Here you will find here community groups with whom we have a deep and abiding relationship and some of our contributions to the wider Santa Fe community.
“Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.”―Ruth Reichl
Santa Fe Unitarian Universalist Women’s Fellowship
You will find upcoming luncheon program information on our website (click on the the link below and then scroll down the page!).
Santa Fe Unitarian Universalist Women’s Fellowship (UUWF)
The Unitarian Universalist Women’s Fellowship (UUWF) of Santa Fe is a
community of women who seek to enrich the lives of its members as well as the
lives of the women and children of Santa Fe. The UUWF is a volunteer
organization that donates the proceeds from our programs to local Santa Fe
As a place for women to meet other women in Santa Fe, UUWF holds monthly
luncheons from September through May featuring a speaker on a variety of topics
ranging from authors to travel and social justice topics and local culture and
history. Speakers are generally from Santa Fe and the surrounding New Mexico
community. UUWF also hosts an annual retreat, which is a special time for
building friendships and self-exploration. Special interest groups include book,
hiking and theatre groups.
UUWF activities are open to any woman in the community, and it’s not necessary
to be a UUWF member or a member of UU Santa Fe to participate. However, yearly membership dues of $25 and luncheon fees of $8 (member) and $10 (non-members and guests) support the donations that are made to local charities. A luncheon poster and sign-up sheet are in the UU Santa Fe foyer, where participants can also provide an email address to receive emails with announcements and luncheon information.
For more information about UUWF please email us at email@example.com.
UU Santa fe Community Relationships
UU Santa Fe is a busy place! Many community organizations use our campus. Featured below are some of our more enduring relationships.
UU Santa Fe community contributions
UU Santa Fe has originated or partnered with others to incubate organizations that now embrace our values and benefit our wider Santa Fe community.
No living thing can prosper for very long outside of a prosperous community or environment, but in recent decades many of us apparently thought we could.―Michael Schuler (Unitarian Universalist, clergy) Making The Good Life Last