Next Service:

A Good Goodbye

I will review the meaning of a “good goodbye” and the importance of this mindset as UUFD prepares for ministerial transition. Perhaps any of us will go all the deeper in realizing changes and transitions which have been happening during these two years which we may not have been aware of.

Recent News

  • The big news: WE SAID YES!
    After a joyful, meaningful Candidating Week consisting of two services, two potlucks, a parade, and more than a dozen meet & greet Q & A ...
  • Pine Song Retreat Update
    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 ...
  • MSC News Updates: Candidating Week is Here!
    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 ...
  • Show UU Support for Earth Day!
    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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Board of Trustees

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Our Stories: Testimonials

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


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