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Welcoming Repentance

The High Holy Days on the Jewish calendar, between Rosh Hashana (this year on September 15) and Yom Kippur (September 24), are a perfect time to begin UUFD’s participation in the current UUA Common Read, a new book by Danya Ruttenberg, Repentance and Repair. Ruttenberg … read more.

Recent News

  • Faith Formation News for children, caregivers and adults
    Fall Festival October 8 after Sunday Service UUFD Children, their Parents / Caregivers, and Grandparents are invited! Fall Festival that will be held at John R.’s home ...
  • News from Rev Barbara Coeyman
    Important Changes to the Schedule for “Repentance and Repair: Courage to Covenant Workshop,” and Transition Team Town Hall UUFD’s Transition Team and Rev. Barbara will lead ...
  • Activities on the horizon
    UUFD members and friends make a difference in our Ministerial Search process. During September and October, please participate in the following upcoming opportunities, to ensure ...
  • A Message from Rev. Barbara and the Transition Team
    Repentance and Repair: Courage to Covenant Join UUFD for small-group conversations around UUA’s Common Read, “On Repentance and Repair,” by Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg Have you ever become ...
  • New “Soul Matters” monthly themes begin this month
    Welcome to a new year of “Soul Matters”! Our fellowship uses “Soul Matters,” a theme-based ministry program that offers resources around different monthly themes, in ...
  • News from Faith Formation
    Pre-School Sunday Faith Formation Set To Begin September 24! Those of you who have volunteered, thank you! Sharon will be in touch this week to set ...
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Board of Trustees

Board meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month, from 6 to 8 pm in Bowman Hall. Visitors are welcomed. If you’d like to attend by Zoom, please email our office for the Zoom link.

Upcoming Events

Our Stories: Testimonials

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 … read more.


When my family and I moved to Durango, we were looking for a community to provide the foundational support for our two young children that is needed according to our “It Takes A Village” philosophy.  The UU of Durango was exactly what we were looking … read more.