Sue

“At home with UUFD”

Anyone who considers their own sense of spirituality as personally unique and assumes everyone else feels the same about their perspective, is at ease with their beliefs in the company of Unitarian Universalists.  So many who discover the unchallenged freedom from dogma and enthusiastic exploration of diverse philosophies respond with, “I’ve been a Unitarian all of my life and didn’t know it!”  (more…)

Marilyn

As a child and teenager, the Episcopal Church gave me an appreciation for ritual and a sense of mystery. Later, in graduate school and as a college teacher, I was drawn to books, art, music and experiences that celebrated Nature, the seasons and transitions in the natural world. Using poetry, art, dance and solitary rituals, I developed my own spiritual path.

In Durango several women and I formed a (more…)

Melissa

By becoming a member of the UUFD, I’ve found a lot more than a community of people who are proud to question, love and serve all life on this planet. I’ve found greater meaning in my personal life. I feel like I’ve joined a family, one that is always going to urge me to be my best self, better than I even thought I could be. It’s an honor to be a member of this Fellowship.

Elizabeth

I’m fairly new at the UUFD, but from the beginning I have felt at home in this community of seekers. Here, I’m not afraid to ask hard questions of myself and others about religion, morality, and our place in the universe.

The elements of a UUFD Sunday service–the music, the children’s story, the message, connecting with others–stir the emotions and intellect. The message comes not from doctrine, and not from the minister alone. We hear from the best thinkers, past and present, from every religion and philosophy, and explore principles that may be universal or controversial. (more…)

Linda

Good day! My name is Linda Gumper or Gentle Star Woman and I have been a member of the UUFD for 1 year. I had previously attended UUFD events and was a regular member of Covenent of Unitarian Universalist Pagans or CUUPS at the UUFD for 4 years. I have enjoyed CUUPS immensely, as it is a group of people from many different earth-based spiritual paths that come together in mutal respect and have a lot of fun. I started attending the UUFD regular services when (more…)