Here you will find information about our virtual space, our Sunday livestream gatherings, visiting with children and a short form to sign up for our weekly ENewsletter.
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Coming into our virtual space. You will find rich offerings available online at UU Santa Fe and described on this site.
Start by checking out the options on the Home Page Come menu where you will find information about:
Another great resource is our Online Welcome Table, where you can introduce yourself to us and let us know of your interests. We'll get back to you with a personal call or email.
Our livestream gathering. Enter the gathering by clicking the link on the Upcoming Gatherings page (or if you already subscribe to our eNewsletter, the link in your Sunday morning email), grab a cup of your favorite beverage, sit down and make yourself comfortable. If you log in about 10:15 am you will enjoy a slideshow with music. After some brief announcements, our gathering gets underway and normally includes opening words, chalice lighting, music, a story for all ages, sometimes instrumental music, readings, a reflection and an invitation to support UU Santa Fe financially (Donate link at the bottom of our home page, and the footer of every webpage) or support one or more of our community partners. During the service, participate in the chat and let us know you are visiting; we love to see where you are from! Visit often!
Visiting with children. If you have children, we will be glad to introduce you to folks running our Family Program who can answer your questions. For more information about our Family Program, click here.
Children will enjoy our Sunday story time, told by one of our ministry staff, and often assisted by Squeaky, our alien, three-eyed puppet mascot.
While our campus is physically closed, we are exploring various means of providing programming for families and children.
Visit often | You're Invited!
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 program for your children and youth to help them make informed, ethical choices in their lives.
And we especially welcome those of you who come from away! With most of our programming online, you can participate as a friend or member in most of our key activities including worship, educational and other programs, social justice actions and even UU Santa Fe committee work.
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For Unitarian Universalism, religious truth resembles a river of continuous and ongoing revelation, interpretation, and conversation – a river that never stops moving and that is always creating great and profound truths out of the interaction of countless ideas and voices. Religious truth, therefore, can never be fully or definitively found in just the words of one person, one sacred text, or even one religion because truth is always emerging, always unfolding, always carrying us along a marvelous journey of discovery and exploration.―Rev. Tim Temerson