Affinity Groups Overview:
At UUFD, there is a wealth of opportunity to connect with fellow members and guests outside of the brick and mortar Fellowship. Opportunities for healthy expansion of mind, body and spirit through physical endeavors, creative outlets to unleash your passions, and social settings to deepen existing relationships and cultivate new ones.
Calling all UU artists and aspiring artists at any level or media. We meet every Friday 9-12 in Bowman Hall. This is not a class, but we may have the occasional lesson from a local artist. Email Aline if you wish to be added to the list and receive notifications.
Circle Suppers are potluck dinners for 6-10 people, hosted at homes of UUs on the third Saturday of each month. Guest list and hosts expand as people sign up each month. All is organized via email. For more information or to join, contact Nancy Fisher at email@example.com
Covenant groups – a different way of doing church. At UUFD, we call our small group ministry program “Covenant Groups.” This program deepens and broadens personal spiritual growth. It’s so important, it deserves its own page»
CUUPS (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans)
All are welcome for seasonal celebrations and to explore study topics. CUUPS meets two Thursdays a month from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Bowman Hall. Please contact CUUPSDurango@gmail.com for more information.
Second Fridays at 6:30 p.m. in Bowman Hall (check calendar). Bring snacks, drinks, & games. RSVP to Allison at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays at 10 a.m. in Bowman Hall. Contact Lynn at email@example.com A multi-level 75 minute Hatha yoga class designed for beginners to the more advanced students. A long warm up, followed by sun salutations, standing and balancing poses, and a cool down incorporating savasana.
High School Youth Night
4th Wednesday, every month, for high school-aged youth; dinner included. Open to the community. An inclusive, non-judgmental group.
Manna Soup Kitchen
Every fourth Tuesday. Enjoy cooking, serving, or visiting with the folks who enjoy lunch at the community soup kitchen. Sign up at the Social Justice and Responsibility table in Bowman Hall.
No experience necessary. Ages 9-99. Sitting and walking meditation. Adaptable to any physical limitations.
1st Wed mornings in Children’s Chapel, 8 a.m. easy stretching, 8:15-9 meditation.
2nd Wed evenings downstairs in Columbine House, 5 p.m. easy stretching, 5:15-6 meditation.
Contact Suzanne Arms:
Outdoor Adventures Group
Join us for hiking, biking, camping, alpine skiing. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets Second Mondays 6-8 p.m. in Bowman Hall – Read and discuss favorite poets and personal offerings, with light refreshments. Visitors are welcome. Inquire at email@example.com
Covenant conversations on topics related to aging and wisdom; the 2nd Tuesday of the month, 10:30 -12:00 p.m. at the Columbine House. Contact Robert Winslow.
Tai Chi Class on Thursdays 11:00 am-12:00 pm in Bowman Hall. Tai Chi is sometimes referred to as “moving meditation.” It is helpful for joint mobility, balance, bone strength and stress relief. The. group is suitable for beginners or intermediate practitioners. No special clothing or equipment is required and drop-ins are welcome. For more info contact Judy».