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We, the members of the First Unitarian, agree to . . .

minister to each other in an atmosphere of
welcome, acceptance, and caring

Sunday Services:

9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary



Service Date

Description

July 6
"Upside Down Community," John Bulten
After serving as a youth pastor in Homer, Arkansas, John moved to Albuquerque to build houses and  practice his faith walk by starting East Central Ministries as an outreach to a local church. Today John and his family live in an intentional community with 12 other families at the Casa Shalom Housing Cooperative in southeast Albuquerque. 

Music: Stu MacAskie



July 13
“Fools' Experiments," The Rev. Parisa Parsa
“I love fools’ experiments,” wrote Charles Darwin. “I am always making them.” What can our faith and our congregations learn from the amazing work and faithful journeys of evolutionary science? Rev. Parisa Parsa was an active youth group member of this church in the 1980s and has served in many lay and ministerial roles in our faith.

Music: Darren Johnson, violin



July 20
9:30 &11:00 "The Process of Kung Fu," The Rev. Christine Robinson
About a year ago, I started taking Kung Fu classes because it seemed like the best way to advance my Tai Chi skills. I went into it for the exercise, no more, but in the end I learned a lot about myself, the world, and the ethic of the warrior. That got me to reflect on how we grow, what the world is really like, and what’s become of warriors in our world.

Music: High Desert Brass Quintet



July 27
9:30: "Finding a Common Ground," Kip Bobroff and Kristen Ackerson
Have you ever wondered what would be the most effective way to connect with and help the greater community? Kip Bobroff, lead organizer for Albuquerque Interfaith, an association of religious congregations, schools, unions and non profit organizations, and Kristin Ackerson, a member of First Unitarian, will help us understand how building a culture of connection is becoming an interfaith effort.

Music: Opera Unlimited