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MEET OUR NEW MINISTER, the Reverend Nancy Hitt

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Adult REBuilding Your Own Religion- Sundays. 9:30am in our Library

Services Sundays at 11am

4th Fridays at 6:30

4th Fridays at 6:30






Sunday Services in January, 11am

4 Jan Looking Backward, Looking Forward Revs. Nancy Hitt and Carole Eagleheart
11 Jan Imagine No Religion the Rev. Nancy Hitt
18 Jan Martin Luther King’s birthday the Rev. Nancy Hitt Annual Meeting after this service
25 Jan Future of Unitarian Universalism the Rev. Julia Fankuchen
1 Feb Imbolc/Candlemas the Rev. Carole Eagleheart



ONGOING:  Storehouse West Non-Perishable Food and Haven House Collections

Please gift small/personal sizes of toiletries: soap, shampoo & conditioner, disposable razors, personal products…whatever you would need if you were forced to suddenly leave your home.   ~Sandoval County families thank you.





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Share a Cool Harvest with your faith community — food choices that are healthier for people, the planet, and the climate.

Click here to get Interfaith Power & Light’s official 2014 free kit for hosting a Cool Harvest potluck with your friends or faith community.  Also, the free Cool Movie and Discussion Kit
Remember the Sand Creek Massacre

44 Pro-LGBT Companies You Could Support This Holiday Season


UUWC’s Board of Directors meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at 12:30pm in our Library. Members are welcome.

UUWC supports STOREHOUSE WEST (non-perishable foods collected each 1st Sunday) and HAVEN HOUSE (donations of personal sized toiletries welcome).

UUWC GREEN accepts cell phones, non-alkaloid batteries and ink cartridges for recycling. Cell phones go to families served by HAVEN HOUSE.

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