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Logic, Emotion and Intuition: A Search for Balance

Since the time of the Greeks, Western philosophy has privileged the use of logic and evidence over emotion in our decision-making process and in our personal lives. But can the two be so easily separated? And where does intuition fit into the equation? Judy Hook is a retired teacher and a 15 year member of … Continue reading Logic, Emotion and Intuition: A Search for Balance

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    After a joyful, meaningful Candidating Week consisting of two services, two potlucks, a parade, and more than a dozen meet & greet Q & A ...
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    The Pine Song Retreat Team is excited to announce that Julie Wolfrum will be joining us as one of our retreat leaders. She is a ...
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    Candidating Week is here! Our ministerial candidate, Rev. Jamie Boyce, will be with us April 19-28. Please click on this calendar of meetings and different opportunities ...
  • Faith Formation April Happenings
    Faith Formation Plans for Welcoming Rev. Jamie Jamie Boyce Sunday, April 21, 2024: Immediately after service there will be a congregation-wide pot luck with Rev. Jamie. The important ...
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    UUFD is a co-sponsor of the 2024 Earth Day event on April 20 at Buckley Park (see more here). Join the parade throng and our ...
  • Final recital features Presley, mezzo-soprano, and Garst, piano
    The final recital in this year’s Recital Series will take place on April 26 at 7:00 p.m. and will feature Drea Pressley, mezzo-soprano, and Marilyn ...
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Our Stories: Testimonials

I moved to Durango from Oregon in July 2013.  I was raised in a UU church, but I had not been a church goer in all my adult years.  I’d had community which often overlapped with my eclectic spirituality.  Church didn’t appeal to me. Didn’t need it… When I moved to Durango I knew I … Continue reading Nancy


I came to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango when I found myself wanting the support and connection of a community that values the quest for meaning and spiritual growth, rather than expecting a particular set of beliefs or creed.  I wanted to be with others who share a concern for the well-being of our … Continue reading Bonnie