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Week of Jan 8th

  • Church Office Closed

    Church Office Closed

    All day
    December 25, 2022

  • Nonfiction Book Club

    Nonfiction Book Club

    January 4, 2023

    The Nonfiction Book Club meets every Wednesday at 2:00 pm in the Arnold Room. In January, we will be reading The Invention of Nature: Alexander Von Humboldt’s New World by Andrea Wulf. Contact Bob Wood at for more information.

  • 8th Principle Group Discussion

    8th Principle Group Discussion

    January 5, 2023

    Please join us for a group discussion regarding the 8th Principle!  Bring your questions, concerns, and reflections.  All are Welcome. Our facilitator will be Julica from Joy and Justice Coaching.
    WHEN: Thursday, January 5th @ 6PM
    WHERE: Zoom TeleConference:
    Visit the 8th Principle webpage for updates, including FAQs about the 8th Principle
    Julica Hermann de la Fuente is a coach, trainer and facilitator for liberation, transformation and justice, and is currently completing her path toward ordination in Unitarian Universalism. Born and raised in Mexico City, she first became committed to social justice when she came to the United States for college. Since then, Julica has been an anti-racism/anti-oppression educator and trainer in a variety of capacities over the past two and a half decades. In addition to a Lay Community Ministry degree from Meadville Lombard Theological School, she also holds an MSW from the University of Michigan and is certified as a master life coach.  Julica stubbornly believes that liberation is found at the intersection of joy and justice. When not on shift for the resistance, you will find her playing with fabric, planning her week-long costume extravaganza for Halloween, looking for more excuses to frost fancy cakes, and reading optimistic sci-fi and fantasy possibilities of a just and equitable universe.

  • Earth Web Monthly Meeting

    Earth Web Monthly Meeting

    January 8, 2023

    First Unitarian’s environmental team, Earth Web, meets on the second Sunday of each month at 12:15 pm, both on campus and on Zoom, and all are welcome to attend. This year we plan to focus on water issues, looking at both personal and congregational ways to use our scarce resource responsibly. We will offer opportunities to educate and celebrate around this issue. We will also engage in legislative action on conservation, environmental, and water issues. Please consider visiting the NM State Engineer’s website,, for information on xeriscaping. Contact Marilyn O’Boyle at if you would like more information about getting involved!