How can we rediscover the sacred and important presence of compassion, grace, risk-taking, vulnerability, and the healing joy when cross-racial relationships are reconciled? Let us create beloved conversations.
- Born on Third Base Author Visits Durango UUFD member and Thrive! co-founder, Mo Maliszewski, was instrumental in bringing US wealth inequality expert and best-selling author, Chuck Collins to Durango this fall. Both hold ...
- Coming This Month: Beloved Conversations BELOVED CONVERSATIONS: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity is a powerful tool for the journey of healing racism and encouraging a multicultural lens in the congregation ...
- Common Read 2018-19 The UUA Common Read Selection Committee is pleased to announce the 2018-19 Common Read: Justice on Earth: People of Faith Working at the Intersections of ...
I've been a member for a couple of years now and the supportive, open, loving nature of this Fellowship continually amazes me; the accepting, non-judgmental attitude of the congregation.
The people were what drew me initially, and I've grown to see us so much more for our similarities than our differences. Our relatively new minister Katie, has really galvanized this group, brought new energy and purpose to our congregation, brought out the best in all of us and certainly attracted new members. I think people have varying curves with the acceptance of a Fellowship or church, some embrace it and it's principles immediately, and for others there's a growth period and then a realization of the special gift that it is. I'm glad I found it.