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Queen of Soul

On this last Sunday of Black History Month, we’ll experience a life imprinted from faith and church. Aretha Franklin was an activist, a diva, an icon. Let’s honor her influence on us. 

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Our Stories

Having been involved in the Unitarian Church in Detroit and in Denver, I am very pleased to be in a place where I have a Unitarian Fellowship available to me. This is a place where I feel accepted by good people, a place where I can share my thoughts and feelings and know that they will be regarded nonjudgmentally. A place where my understanding and experience of the "spirit", can grow and be supported in a liberal religious space. And, a place where I can give of myself in support of the Fellowship, like singing in our new choir, and benefit from the many activities and classes available. I've been in Durango only a short time and it's been a large part of making this home.
Shortly after joining the Fellowship... Read the full testimonial.