Next Service:

Peace, Joy, and Ho, Ho, Ho

Come participate in this fun multi-gen service led by the children and staff of Faith Formation that celebrates a family reunion at the UUFD Bed and Breakfast.  Relatives and friends are gathering for that most sacred of events, the birth of a new baby. 

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Recent News

  • December News from Faith Formation
    O come all ye faithful,       and doubtful, and joyful, and blue, Mary and Joseph, Rudolph and Frosty,       and me and you, To hear Christmas stories, some old and some ...
  • December Message from Rev. Barbara
    Deep Listening and Deep Speaking Mid-winter holiday time is upon us. Perhaps the coming weeks will be marked by “busy-ness” for you: attending holiday gatherings and ...
  • What’s done and what’s next?
    Ministerial Search Update Our HUGE thanks to the Fellowship for all of your participation to date – the Congregational Survey, Focus Groups and Cottage Meetings, Beyond ...
  • News from Faith Formation
    Happy Thanksgiving! This note is an update on several things going on with Faith Formation. First, our next multi-gen service is on December 10, our Christmas pageant ...
  • “Shared Ministry” Transition Town Hall Meeting Summary from October 15, 2023
    As part of our continued exploration of the meaning of shared ministry, the Transition Team hosted a Town Hall meeting on the topic. Perspectives from ...
  • UUFD Cottage Meetings and Focus Groups Summary
    UUFD Cottage Meetings and Focus Groups Summary (with references to the Congregational Survey) October 2023 The Ministerial Search Committee was supported by members of the Healthy Congregation Committee and ...
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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

Sage Circle
12 Dec 23
20 Dec
20 Dec 23
Board of Trustees Meeting
26 Dec 23
Board Town Hall Meeting
31 Dec 23
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Our Stories: Testimonials

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.


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.