Here you will find our business address, staff contact information, social media platforms and adverse weather procedure.
In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the UU Santa Fe campus is closed until it is safe to meet in public again. You may watch livestream gatherings Sunday at 10:30 am here or recorded services at any time on our YouTube channel. For more information, click here and scroll down the page a bit.
physical Address and phone
UU Santa Fe
107 West Barcelona Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Office Hours Sunday-Thursday, 9 am to 1 pm
Our office is closed on Friday and Saturday and civic holidays
Mail to: P. O. Box 4637
Santa Fe, NM 87502-4637
FRAUD PREVENTION - UU Santa Fe email. UU Santa Fe will never ask for sensitive information such as banking information and passwords via email, nor will we ever ask you to purchase gift cards of any kind. If you have any concerns about an email that appears to be sent by UU Santa Fe or its staff members, don't click on any links and forward the email to email@example.com.
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UU Santa Fe adverse Weather Procedure
During the week, we follow the Santa Fe Public School policy of either 2-hour delay or cancellation; if the schools close, all UU Santa Fe related meetings are canceled. If there is a significant weather event on the weekend (Friday night through Sunday) please check our website or call the church office; for Sunday services we will plan to have a statement by 8 am. Decisions about weather cancellations are made by the minister and board president.
If there is snow on Saturday night, the 8:30 am gathering and UU Freethinkers Forum are automatically canceled. During inclement weather, renters may meet or not as they may elect.
Lost & Found is in our Office; lost water bottles and mugs are in the office too - our "collection" of water bottles is on top of the metal cabinet to the right of the doorway.
UU Santa Fe | A Welcoming Community
UU Santa Fe is a Freethinker/Humanist Friendly Community! We are a Welcoming Community that embraces all who come with open minds and kind hearts. We value the richness which diversity brings to our fellowship, including differences in age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical and mental capacities, and political outlooks. Our community includes people from various religious and secular traditions―people who believe in a deity of some description, people who don't, and people who simply embrace mystery. We invite you to add your unique outlooks and skills to our community.
Staff are working their normal hours (a combination of office and work-from-home) and available by phone, text, email and video conferencing.
Rev. Gail Marriner; Gail is available by appointment (her day off is Monday). Call first to check availability before dropping by. Text or call her at 505.603.6840!
Spiritual Direction and Pastoral Care
Rev. Tony Thieman-Somora; Office Hours Wed 10 am–1 pm and by appointment; 806.239.7212; Fellowship Lounge.
505.982.9674 ext. 112, firstname.lastname@example.org; Steven Mead, Program Ministry: drop-in office hours 9:30-12:30 Thursday–Saturday and by appointment. Call first to check availability before dropping by.
505.982.9674 ext. 111, email@example.com; Aaron Leventman: Office hours 9–1 Sunday–Thursday.
505.982.9674 ext. 109, Fax # 505.982.3462, firstname.lastname@example.org; Jenifer Kaplan. Tuesday during normal business hours; office hours by appointment. Call first to check availability before dropping by.
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How to get UU Santa Fe information | Staying connected!
You may subscribe to our two weekly publications—the UU Santa Fe eNewsletter and the Family Program eNewsletter. We continue to coordinate news and connectivity through this website (and our News and Events webpage especially!) and:
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Here we are – all of us – all upon this planet, bound together in a common destiny, living our lives between the briefness of the daylight and the dark. Kindred in this, each lighted by the same precarious, flickering flame of life, how does it happen that we are not kindred in all things else? How strange and foolish are these walls of separation that divide us!―A. Powell Davies