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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


March 1
"The Body" The Rev. Angela Herrera
“Your body is a temple,” the bible says. But what is a body anyway? How does it relate to spirituality? We’ll consider these and other questions in this, the first of a three part series on Body, Mind, and Soul.

Music: Spare Parts

March 8
“Climate Change" The Rev. Munro Sickafoose
Global Warming and other increasing ecological and social stresses mean that the coming decades will be some of the most challenging humanity has ever known. How will we respond to these challenges? Munro graduated from Starr King School for Ministry and is serving as the intern minister at the UU Congregation in Santa Fe.

Music: Celtic Harpists Patrick Ball, Lisa Lynne, and Aryeh Frankfurter

March 15
"The Mind" The Rev. Angela Herrera
In part two of the Body, Mind, Soul series we’ll consider the relationship between the mind and the self, and between the mind and spirituality.  

Music: The Chalice Singers

March 22
"The Power of Story" James Galasinski, Ministerial Resident
Narrative is probably our most important communication tool. Whether stories are personal, national, or cover the entire human race, our brains have evolved to yearn for and respond to them. Religion has often harnessed this power. This sermon will explore how liberal religion can incorporate the “big narratives” and the small ones, especially as we work towards a more just world.   

Music: Cantores Festivi

March 29
"The Soul" The Rev. Angela Herrera
“We have a soul at times,” the poet Wislawa Szymborska writes. What does she mean by that? Do UUs believe in the soul? And if so, how does it relate to the body and mind? The final sermon in a three-part series.

Music: Children's Choirs