UU Santa Fe and the Interfaith Leadership Alliance of Santa Fe
UU Santa Fe has been part of the Interfaith Leadership Alliance of Santa Fe (previously the Ministerial Alliance) since its founding. The ILA focuses on interfaith collaboration on issues highlighting our shared values―ending hunger and homelessness, speaking out against racism and bullying, organizing for environmental sustainability.
We join together to do what we cannot do alone.―The ILA
Welcome to UU Santa Fe, we’ve been watching for you! Seriously. We are an open-minded, open-hearted spiritual community seeking to bend the world toward justice, sustainability and love and we are always looking for friends and allies to join us on our adventure.
Rev. Gail Lindsay Marriner was born in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in
Rochester, Minnesota. She graduated from St. Olaf College, and the
University of Minnesota and then taught elementary school art for a
time. After exploring a degree in aesthetics and critical
theory at the University of Texas at Dallas she sidestepped into
ministry. Since her graduation from Harvard Divinity School in 1995,
Rev. Gail has served UU congregations in Weymouth, Swampscott,
and Cambridge, Massachusetts; Houston, Texas; Duluth, Minnesota
and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Rev. Gail is married to Nathaniel Marriner, a physical therapist in Santa Fe. Gail and Nat are the proud parents of young adult twins. In a ministerial capacity,
Rev. Gail is the very active Past President of the Interfaith
Leadership Alliance of Santa Fe.
Rev. Gail is a bookworm, a gardener and a feminist. She keeps a journal and
meditates (almost) daily. She is always on the lookout for flickers of
holiness and beauty.
If you have questions that aren’t answered on the website and you think Rev. Gail might be the best person to answer them, or if you would just like to schedule a conversation or walk in the nearby Rose Garden, don’t email her! Text or call her instead at 505.603.6840!